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New development for the site of the former Kirkcaldy clinic

First Endeavor LLP wants to breathe new life into the area by building 10 new homes in the former Fair Isle Clinic in Kirkcaldy, which has stood empty for several years.

The Fair Isle Road building has been targeted by vandals on several occasions, but the developers insist their vision for the site will not only remove an existing eyesore, but also respond directly to demand from the local community and Fife Council in affordable family housing.

A supporting statement submitted with the planning application for the development urged council planners to greenlight the project.

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“The site is located on a predominantly residential street surrounded by two- and three-story dwellings,” he said.

“The existing parish church of Templehall is also to the south of the site.

“The existing single-storey clinic is slightly out of scale with the character of the street and the site is suitable for two-storey buildings.

The old clinic in Fair Isle which could be demolished for housing

“The clinic is closed and has fallen into disrepair, and this is also reflected in the state of the parking lot and surrounding green spaces which are overgrown and sometimes used for fly tipping.

“The building is currently boarded up and does not contribute to the quality of the environment along the street.

“A new development of 10 affordable homes would be a welcome addition to the surrounding neighborhood.”

First Endeavor has a proven track record of delivering a number of similar developments in North East Scotland.

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