Kingdom Housing Association
Kingdom Housing Association is a not-for-profit organisation which works throughout East Central Scotland to provide housing for single people, families, older people and people who have special needs.
Kingdom Housing Association and its wholly owned subsidiary, Kingdom Initiatives Limited, is owned by The Kingdom Group.
Kingdom is the largest housing association in Fife with 3,500 houses and a staff of 300. It acts as a developer for smaller housing associations. It is an active member of the Fife Alliance of Housing Associations, which serves Fife, Glen and Ore Valley housing associations.
It works with Fife Works to provide training and employment opportunities for residents and provides a care and support service to assist vulnerable people to live independently in the community.
In 2012 the Glenrothes-based association partnered with Fife Council to develop a Housing Innovation Showcase in Dunfermline which trialled modern, environmentally friendly buildings that were easy to heat. The project was awarded with an award from the Vision in Business for the Environment in Scotland and a Green Apple award.
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