New Community Campus for Kirkcaldy East

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Published by : Fife Council

This consultation is closed.

Purpose of consultation

Fife Council is investing considerably into the Kirkcaldy East area.   On Windmill Road the development of the New Community Campus for Kirkcaldy East is shaping up well and will incorporate Rosslyn School, Viewforth High School, Fife Council Local Office and Library.   In addition there will be other community activities which will utilise the campus.   We’re keen to hear the views and opinions of local people about:

  • when services should be provided
  • what other 'community activities' they would you like see provided at the campus.


Consultation Period

2nd December 2015 to 15th May 2016

Views are requested from

Businesses / Traders ,Community / Voluntary Groups ,Community Councils ,General Public / Residents ,Parents ,School Pupils ,Tenants / Residents Associations ,

People living and working in the Kirkcaldy East Ward.

How are views being gathered?

Customer Comment Card/ Slip , Public Meeting(s) , Roadshow , web-based discussions

How is it being publicised?

Other (Media release to local radio) , Posters/Flyers , Press Release , Website (also Facebook sites)

Other Information

There will be reporting at various stages of the consultation in order to inform the decision taking process.   The date provided above represents the final report.

Report Due

30th May 2016

Final Report Of Consultation

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Report Audience

Fife Council Services and Elected Members



Increase the understanding of Fife Council and partners of the views of local people relating to the development of The New Community Campus


Increase the number of people engaging in the shaping of local services


Increase a sense of involvement in influencing local decision making


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