We can confirm that detailed planning consent has been secured from Fife Council for our land at the junction of the B912 and Kingseat Road in the town of Kingseat in Fife.
The site is allocated for housing in the soon to be adopted FIFEplan, and allows us to deliver a high-quality range of 45 private new homes with a choice of three, four bedroom and five bedroom detached homes in a range of styles to make sure the development appeals to a wide range of customers locally.
There is also an agreement with Fife Council to provide a total of 14 affordable homes.
Our Section 75 Agreement with the local authority will also see us make contributions towards education, play areas, strategic transport and also includes the 25% affordable housing allocation of 14 properties to be delivered in partnership with Kingdom Housing Association.
As well as a choice of stylish and high-quality family homes, the Kingseat development will provide a range of economic benefits for the local area that includes supporting around 40 jobs per year of construction and the attraction of new customers to local businesses.
Pauline Mills, Land & Planning Director adds: “We are delighted to confirm that detailed planning consent has been granted for our development of new homes at the junction of the B912 and Kingseat Road in the Fife town of Kingseat.
“This consent will allow us to bring forward a development that offers buyers a great choice of new homes, and it also marks our ongoing commitment, investment and strong track record of delivering excellent quality developments of family homes in Fife, and in particular our existing and popular developments in Dunfermline as Masterton Gate and Wallace Grange.”
It is anticipated that work on the range of three, four and five bedroom family homes will begin in the spring, with the first new homes due to go on sale shortly after.