Fife secures Town Centre Regeneration Funding

Archived news: published on Friday 07 Aug 2009 by Fife Council

Celebrating Kirkcaldy's Funding Success

Celebrating Kirkcaldy's Funding Success

FIFE COUNCIL has welcomed the news that two of its towns will benefit from a share in the £60 million Scottish Government Town Centre Regeneration Fund.

Fife, along with Glasgow, has secured the largest allocation of funding, with Kirkcaldy acquiring £2 million, and Lochgelly £1.75 million. Plans for the use of this fund in Kirkcaldy include; streetscaping, Wi-Fi, public realm improvements, better public transport, cycle access, trees and new signage.

Celebrating Kirkcaldy’s success are Dave Frew, Team Leader from Fife Council’s Transport Planning & Development Management; Councillors Judy Hamilton and Alice Soper; Colin Brown, Chair of Kirkcaldy’s Town Centre Management; and David Grove of Fife Council’s Development Services’ Economic Regeneration & Partnerships.

 

 

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