New plans for empty property in Kirkcaldy town centre

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Plan for flats with council

The new development would see three new flats built in the east end of the High Street.

Developer, John Anderson, from Balfron, has lodged a planning application with Fife Council to breathe new life into 275 High Street.

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The property above the Cafe Continental has been empty for a number of years.

It was originally classed as a restaurant, but, in 1999, an application was made to turn it into four one-bedroom flats.

The current proposal cuts the number of homes to three.

It will come before councillors for a decision in due course.

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