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Rosyth council offices make way for 23 flats

April 14 2020

Rosyth council offices make way for 23 flats

Sinclair Watt Architects have revived a 2017 bid to demolish the former Fife Council offices at Park Road, Rosyth, to build 23 flats.

The non-material variation on behalf of the applicant ED Consilium constitutes a net loss of one home to meet the requirements of Kingdom Housing Association.

Situated approximately three miles south of Dunfermli9ne town centre the build will require demolition of 656sq/m office building, vacated in a council drive to consolidate services.

The 0.6-acre site will instead be put toward residential use, helping to meet the growing demand for affordable accommodation in the area.

The housing association is currently delivering 189 new homes at a ‘village-style’ development in nearby Inverkeithing.

This detached cellular office block will be demolished
This detached cellular office block will be demolished


#1 Posted by pooka on 14 Apr 2020 at 11:59 AM
Ahhh, lovely white render - I wonder why we don't see more of it these days!? #MankyMouldy
Bob ra Builder
#2 Posted by Bob ra Builder on 14 Apr 2020 at 21:28 PM
Wish UR would allow upload of pics to show a good example of white render used in scotland to justify its use!

Then the other 1.5m pics of bad white render....
#3 Posted by UR on 15 Apr 2020 at 09:18 AM
White render has its place, less so in heavy duty urban environments but it can work well for bespoke (well maintained) homes.
Fush And Chips
#4 Posted by Fush And Chips on 16 Apr 2020 at 13:08 PM
The problem isn’t in using white render. The problem is in the lack of maintenance and upkeep. You see it all over the country. Things get built and then nothing gets kept in a decent condition. From Building exteriors, to pavement surfaces and everything in between.
Are maintenance budgets that small, or do people just not care as might be indicated by the amount of litter strewn everywhere.
Render fan
#5 Posted by Render fan on 21 Apr 2020 at 11:00 AM
The problem is not white render but badly detailed and poor quality white render. The majority of the render on this building looks well thought out. Not convinced by those white render parapets though!

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