KINGDOM Housing Association has expanded its development in the village of Bonnybank, Fife, with 14 new homes for social rent built by Larkfleet.
The £2.1 million development, which has benefited from £1.1 million of funding provided by the Scottish Government, features a mix of homes including semi-detached houses, cottage flats and amenity bungalows.
Kingdom said the ‘highly energy-efficient homes’ meet Housing For Varying Needs and the association’s own design standards. The project has achieved Building Controls Full Bronze and Silver Aspects 1& 2 standard of sustainability through the installation of photovoltaic panels.
The move brings the total number of homes in Bonnybank owned and managed by Kingdom to 25.
Scott Kirkpatrick, Kingdom’s development director, said, “Our latest development at Bonnybank builds on the first phase and brings even more affordable housing to a stunning part of Fife. The homes have been provided off the shelf from Larkfleet Homes and offer a cohesive design language across a variety of property types.
“Not only do they look great, but the homes are highly energy efficient too. Kingdom has a long standing commitment to sustainability and operating in a way that is sympathetic to the environment. Excellent levels of insulation combined with photovoltaic panels means lower fuel bills for our tenants, which is better for them and better for the environment.”