Fife council

£10 million Levenmouth Reconnected Programme opens for applications

Community groups, organisations and businesses can now bid for a share of Fife Council's Levenmouth Reconnected Programme (LRP) which includes a £10 million fund.

Published 16 August 2021

CessCon Decom secures major contract as it launches Fife facility

CessCon Decom has launched its new decommissioning facility at Energy Park Fife, Methil, with the announcement that it has been awarded Scotland’s largest decommissioning contract to date, with the creation of up to 50 jobs.

Published 8 January 2021

Programme unveiled for Fife Business Week

The programme for Fife Business Week has been revealed with around 30 events taking place online from November 2 to 6.

Published 21 October 2020

Business services united in Fife by launch of InvestFife

Businesses in Fife will now be able to access a range of support services from a single entity following the launch of InvestFife by Fife Council.

Published 15 September 2020

Half-finished golf development site near St Andrews up for sale

A development with a partially-formed golf course near St Andrews could be resurrected after the site was put up for sale.

Published 23 April 2020

Fife businesses to receive first coronavirus payouts

Fife Council is to make its first payments to businesses in receipt of Small Business Bonus Relief, Rural Relief and those eligible firms in the hospitality, retail and leisure sectors, with almost £8 million of support to be paid from this week. 

Published 14 April 2020

Fife Council invests £20,000 in community crowdfunding campaigns

Fife Council has invested £20,000 to support crowdfunding campaigns aimed at establishing new community projects.

Published 19 February 2020

Local business in Cupar vote to establish leading digital improvement district

Businesses in Cupar, Fife, have made history by voting to create the UK’s first Digital Improvement District in the town.

Published 19 December 2019

And finally... Unjustified enrichment

Fife Council has accidentally paid a member of the public £300,000 due to a "keying error".

Published 15 October 2019