We are delivering eight affordable housing developments for Fife Council, comprising a total of over 240 homes.

The Fife Affordable Housing Programme project was procured through Scape Group’s National Major Works Framework. This has now been superseded by Major Works Scotland which is part of the National Construction framework and delivered by Robertson in partnership with Willmott Dixon.

We’re proud to be in partnership with Fife Council delivering hundreds of high-quality affordable homes which will contribute to the identified demand for new homes in the region.

This project is in line with Fife Council’s ongoing commitment to placemaking and creating sustainable communities, as well as contributing to alleviating Scotland’s housing shortage through the delivery of much needed new family homes. 

– Stuart Bishop, Architecture Director at Barton Willmore

Station Road in Oakley was formerly a primary school. This development will comprise 23 modern two-and three-bedroom bungalows, including amenity and wheelchair standard accommodation sleeping up to four or five people. Located within the residential space will be a social hub and associated off-street parking available to residents.

Cullen Drive in Glenrothes is an example of a former brownfield site that will be regenerated. It will see a mix of high quality, modern bungalows, wheelchair accessible, amenity housing and two-storey homes – 78 in total. The sites include:

Roofing and render for affordable homes

Robertson Specialist Division, acting as a subcontractor to Robertson Partnership Homes, provides roof tiling and render for all of these developments in the Fife affordable housing programme.

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