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New jobs for Glenrothes a step closer

Fife Council has completed important work on a new Business Park extension at Osprey Road, Glenrothes, which will accommodate the proposed new Glenrothes distillery.

COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANT AT PORT OF ROSYTH

Forth Energy, a joint venture between Forth Ports Limited and SSE plc, confirms that the Scottish Government has granted consent for a wood fuelled renewable combined heat and power (CHP) plant at the Port of Rosyth.

29 new jobs announced at Dunfermline payments firm

NEARLY 30 new jobs have been created at payments technology company Clear2Pay in Dunfermline.

Unanimous backing for Buckhaven business park proposal

Plans to build a business park on the outskirts of Buckhaven have been formally approved by councillors.

Phase 1 Of New St Andrews Business Park Full & Opening Soon

The first phase of Barnetts Properties Ltd’s £1.5m business park in St Andrews is set to open in a few weeks, with full occupancy.

Wemyss Development Company sees growth despite disruption

The Wemyss Development Company, the historic family business with interests in property, agriculture, spirits, wine and renewables, has seen profits jump by 28% - in spite of unrest in the Middle East disrupting its tea operation in Kenya.

St Andrews business park phase 1 set to open

The first phase of a new £1.5 million business park in St Andrews – set to open in a matter of weeks – is already nearing full occupancy.

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