Kingdom Housing Association

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The application period for Scotland’s leading environmental award scheme is drawing to a close and Scottish housing businesses are encouraged to enter their green credentials for a chance to join the country’s list of sustainable champions. All entries for this year’s VIBES Awards, which recog

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(left to right) Alan Russell, senior manager, Fife Council; Bill Banks, chief executive, Kingdom Housing; Councillor Judy Hamilton, executive spokesperson for housing and building services; Charles Milne, chairman, Kingdom Housing; John Mills, head of housing, Fife Council and leader of Fife Council

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From left to right: Charles Milne, Chairperson with Kingdom, Ahsan Khan, Head of Housing Clackmannanshire Council, Cllr Les Sharp, Council Leader and Convener of the Housing Health and Care Committee, Bill Banks, Chief Executive, Kingdom Work has started on a new affordable housing project created t

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Committee Members of Williamson Hall being presented with a cheque for £100 Kingdom Housing Association has thrown its support behind the Abernethy Fete, which is a very important fundraiser for the management committee of the village’s Williamson Hall.

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Clackmannanshire Council is in the early stages of a plan to further regenerate Alloa town centre by building affordable housing on a derelict site. Working in partnership with the Scottish Government, the council has acquired a significant piece of land at Primrose Street, Alloa, adjacent to the Sp

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Applications are now open for the 16th annual Vision in Business for the Environment of Scotland (VIBES) Awards and Scottish housing and regeneration businesses are encouraged to apply for their chance to join the country’s environmental elite. The awards scheme recognises and rewards businesses t

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Kingdom Housing Association is to build 49 new, badly needed affordable homes for rent in Cupar at a cost of £6 million following approval of the planning in principle application by Fife Council.

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The St John’s Place project during the renovation The housing association behind a social housing development above a former Perth restaurant believe the £1 million project could attract people into the city centre.

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Fife Council has selected Kingdom Housing Association as its Delivery Partner for a major redevelopment scheme in Inverkeithing that will see the demolition of existing flats and the construction of up to 200 new homes over the next four years at an estimated cost of around £15 million. The council

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