Residents of Crossford will see some traffic disruption during a £1million upgrade of a sewer by Scottish Water. From 1 July there will be restricted assess to Knockhouse Gardens and Road for about six weeks. Anne-Marie Dewar, Scottish Water’s regional community manager, said: “This upgrade will enable Scottish Water to pump waste water from the […]
Councillors have recommended an estimated £1.15 million investment in road improvement projects in Dunfermline during 2013/14. A further £1.24 million will also be invested to improve the city’s footpaths, street lighting and road safety over the same period. As well as the planned road improvements, Fife Council is entering the eighth year of an 11-year project […]
Half of homes in Dunfermline and West Fife will see the introduction of their fourth household bin from March, with remaining homes switching in the autumn. Fife Council has been rolling out a new green bin for cans and plastics and a new collection system across all areas of the Kingdom after a trials took place and […]
Police and community safety groups in Dunfermline and Crossford have joined forces in a campaign to make homes more secure during the dark winter nights. Operation Nightlight, which runs until March next year, aims to raise the awareness of residents to crimes of dishonesty in and around their homes during the darker nights. The aim is […]
Crossford village now has a new convenience store which is part of a £7million investment programme by the Co-Operative Food firm. As part of the investment, all David Sands stores will be converted into Co-operative food outlets.