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Local Housing Strategy

Our Local Housing Strategy (LHS) 2020-2022 has been prepared alongside our partners through the Fife Housing Partnership. It provides long term goals that will help us to tackle housing need and demand. It will focus on future investment in housing and related services across Fife, whilst recovering from the setbacks of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Our strategy provides us and our partners with a framework for working together. We support the Scottish Government’s Housing to 2040 draft vision, for everyone in Scotland to have a home that is warm, affordable accessible and meets their needs. In line with this national vision, our Local Housing Strategy 2020-2022 aims to provide housing choices for people in Fife, It looks at the priority areas set out below:

  • Prevention of Homelessness
  • Access to Housing
  • Healthy Heating & Poverty
  • Housing Health & Social Care
  • New Housing Supply
  • Private Sector Housing Condition
  • Place Making & Communities
  • Home Energy

The outcomes and timescales of the LHS and priority areas are monitored through LHS Partnership Groups. This includes quarterly reporting to the LHS Implementation Group and Fife Housing Partnership, along with annual reporting to Fife Partnership Board, leading in the implementation of Plan for Fife.

Follow the links below for further information on Fife’s Local Housing Strategy 2020-22 and supporting documents.

If you have any enquires relating to the LHS 2020-22, please contact us by email at:

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