Plans lodged to build new homes across three Fife towns
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The separate planning applications have been submitted to Fife Council.
Campion Homes and Kingdom Housing association want to build 29 affordable homes in Pittenweem.
It has submitted a planning application to build on land to the east of Station Court in the East Neuk town.
The scheme proposes a mix of houses from two-bed cottage flats to five-bedroom family homes.
The design proposals involve the creation of a new transportation link into the proposed site from Station Court.
A supporting statement added: “The housing mix and density proposed is commensurate with the demand criteria for the East Neuk and the local area with a greater emphasis placed on individual homes.”
In a separate planning application, Naveed Ramzan, of Main Street, Kingskettle, wants to build five houses on land north east of 40 Northall Road, Markinch.
Councillors will also consider a third housing development application from Robertson Partnership Homes of Stirling for 20 homes at Langside Crescent Kennoway. The site is owned by the local authority.