Investment & improvement





New Build Council Houses

Fife Council is leading the way in Scotland by investing in its housing stock, benefiting current tenants and generations to come.

With the aid of Scottish Government funding, Fife Council has already spent over £25m on nine new council housing developments in Fife, providing 241 new homes. A further £85m has been identified for further developments and we now have an ambitious target to deliver 2700 affordable homes by 2017 .

These new developments offer a real mix of house types to complement our existing range of properties and are highly energy efficient.

Partnership working with Housing Associations and private developers has been integral to the delivery of these and other new affordable homes and this will continue as more innovative ways of delivering affordable housing are explored.

Oakfield Gate, Dalgety Bay

Completed projects


No. of Homes 

Completion Date

Linburn Road, Dunfermline



Boyle Drive, Rosyth


November 2011

Monksmoss, Ladybank


March 2012

Ostlers Way, Kirkcaldy


July 2012

Shore Road, Anstruther


October 2012

Blacklaw Road, Dunfermline


December 2012

Oakfield Gate, Dalgety Bay


June 2013

West Port, Cupar


September 2013

Bluebell Meadows, Dunfermline (Mid Market Rent Units allocated by Kingdom Housing Association)


October 2013





Projects under construction


No. of Homes 

Estimated Completion Date

North Fod, Dunfermline

49 Spring 2015
Abbey Park, St Andrews 29 Autumn 2015


Proposals being developed (not all of these project proposals may prove to be viable and proceed to construction stage)


No. of Homes 

Estimated Completion Date

Bonfield Road, Strathkinness

49 Spring 2015
County Buildings, Cupar 18 December 2015
Orebank Terrace, Thornton 31 September 2015
Ostlers Way, Kirkcaldy (phase 2: extra care and specific needs housing) 26 TBC
Happer Crescent, Glenrothes 13 July 2015
King Street, Cowdenbeath 21 November 2015
Hall Street, Lochgelly 16 November 2015
Sycamore Crescent, Lochgelly (extra care housing) 30 TBC
Napier Road, Glenrothes (extra care housing) 30 TBC
Cawdor Crescent, Kirkcaldy 66 TBC
Rosslyn Gardens, Kirkcaldy 27 March 2016


How do I get a new build council house?

Where possible, new build properties are allocated to existing tenants in housing need - such as those in overcrowded or under-occupied houses. This makes the homes which the tenants of the new properties have moved from available so that the needs of more households can be met through further allocations.

New Council properties are allocated through the Fife Housing Register (FHR). If you are a tenant of Fife Council or one of our FHR partners (Kingdom Housing Association; Fife Housing Association; Ore Valley Housing Association; Glen Housing Association) and you wish to be considered for one of these new homes, please complete an FHR application form, available from any Local Office, Home4Good Centre or download here. Remember to select the areas where new properties are planned or under construction.




For more information contact

Affordable Housing Team
Contact Affordable Housing Team online
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