Delivering activities which benefit Alliance tenants, residents and their communities.

Examples include canny budgeting which helps to alleviate the effects of Welfare Reform, focussing on food and strategy costs.

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Developing business partnerships with schools as part of their curriculum, to promote an integrated, educated and inclusive society.

Examples include taking schoolchildren to visit housing developments, facilitating class activities about the construction industry, renewables and energy efficiency, as well as carrying out H&S presentations at School Assemblies.

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Launching FifeWorks project which works with relevant partners to coordinate training interventions, making it possible to create a more effective pathway, which will help move a larger number of workless people towards suitable employment.

Examples include promotion of community benefits clauses within the procurement process to support local projects.

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Making a significant contribution to sustainability by promoting energy efficiency, encouraging use of renewable sources of energy and protecting the environment in Fife without compromising on comfort levels.

Examples include the Passive House in Pittenweem, the first Social Rented Passive House in Scotland and development of community wind project.

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Public Art

The Alliance believes strongly that public art makes an important contribution to the lives of those who live and work in Fife, meeting the challenge of new and exciting arts media, practitioners and audiences.

Examples include the Art Trail in Kincardine and sculptures located in various other developments including Kelty, Cairneyhill and Glenrothes. Most of these art projects have had input from local Primary Schools. The Fife Bench was also designed through community involvement.

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