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Kingseat Fife

Land west of Kingseat Road - Kingseat - Fife

A new development of three, four and five bedroom high-quality family homes coming soon in Kingseat, Fife.

  • Overview

    We have secured detailed planning consent from Fife Council for a new development of three, four and five bedroom high-quality homes on land at the junction of Kingseat Road and B912, Kingseat.

    The site for our new development is outlined in red on the map pictured right.

    The site has been allocated in the soon to be adopted Local Development Plan for Fife, FIFEplan.  This has the status of a “proposed plan”, and while it has been approved by Fife Council it requires to be examined and approved by the Scottish Government prior to being adopted. 

  • About the site

    The site lies on the south-west boundary of Kingseat, and is currently used as farmland.  The site slopes gently, from north-east to south-west and has far-reaching views across to the Forth estuary.  It will connect to the village of Kingseat through two vehicular accesses and further pedestrian routes.


    Kingseat - About the site image

    View to the development off the B912

  • What's proposed

    We will build 45 new homes, ranging in size from three bedroom homes to five bedroom homes. We will also provide 25% affordable housing which will be delivered with Kingdom Housing.

    Our development layout benefits from the following features that aims to respond to key design principles that are outlined in the Local Development Plan (LDP) :
    •         Creation of more rational parking in the north-east corner of the site
    •         Better use of open space
    •         Improved connectivity between the development and the Main Street
    •         Additional footpath links to maximise local connectivity to Kingseat
    •         Proposed landscape belt on the southern boundary has been increased, and consideration will be given to species that are planted in key areas for screening
    •         Existing hedgerow on the northern boundary to be retained where possible
    •         Off-street & on-street parking that responds to Transport and Urban Planning guidance not to increase driveways to allow 3 in-curtilage parking spaces per home
    •         Shared pedestrian and vehicle surfaces and junctions to act as natural traffic calming throughout the development

    Kingseat Updated Development Layout-Layout-220216

    Kingseat development layout










     

     
  • Community Benefits

    Our Section 75 Agreement with the local authority will 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.

  • News and updates

    Latest news

    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.