Latest news

Minister Visits Glenrothes Energy Network

gen 090818

The new cabinet secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, Michael Matheson MSP visited Glenrothes Energy Network 9 August 2018.

The minister took time out of his busy schedule to tour the energy centre under construction and meet the team involved with the project.

EU Projects go live in Fife - Business boost for Maritime Sector

Fife Council is set to welcome international delegations and high-profile guests as part of its CLIPPER Interreg project, a EU fund that supports crossborder and international cooperation to boost maritime businesses, 3 _ 5 July.

This visit to Scotland - where delegates will visit a range of locations important for the maritime section, including Rosyth, Methil and St Andrews – will benefit business, local authorities and both the Further and Higher Education sectors.

Update: Glenrothes Energy Network road works

Road works for Glenrothes Energy network are progressing well and work:

· started on the footpath behind Lidl on 16 July and should be completed by 17 August. The footpath will be closed during this time.

· will start at Flemington Road outside Morrisons on 25 July to 1 October. Traffic will be controlled by 3-way temporary traffic lights as work passes the car park entrances.

Fife council welcomes recognition of mid fife in UK enterprise awards

Fife Council is delighted to have been shortlisted by the UK Government, Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) in this year’s Enterprising Britain Awards.

The shortlisted Fife Council submission highlights the achievements of joint working by the Council’s Economy, Planning & Employability and Education & Children’s Services, with Fife Economy Partnership.

Fife Council Welcomes Cefetra announcement at Rosyth


Fife Council welcomes the announcement from leading agricultural specialist Cefetra Ltd that it has signed a long term agreement with Forth Ports Ltd to develop a new agri-hub at the Port of Rosyth.

The development will create a new purpose built facility at the Port that will be able to handle a range of agricultural products for the Scottish and Northern English markets.

In this section

News archive

Sign up to our newsletter:

Twitter @investinfife