Fife is in line for at least 1,000 new jobs with the announcement the region has been chosen for a major rail industry investment.
Longannet Power Station
Work to clear the former Longannet power station continued this week with the demolition of more structures at the sprawling site.
The former Longannet power station is close to securing a major rail industry investment which could bring up to 1,000 jobs to the area.
Nearly all the 370 workers made redundant when Longannet power station closed are in employment or training.
Part of Longannet power station has been demolished.
ScottishPower has been accused of turning its back on communities hit by the closure of Longannet.
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is on course to convert Kincardine’s old bank into a £500,000 enterprise and training hub.
Developing the “Kincardine Triangle” has been mooted as key to attracting tourists.
West Fife communities have been awarded a £300,000 grant to help boost the economy following the closure of Longannet Power Station.
Dust clouds whipped up by winds from Longannet’s ash lagoons have still not been brought under control by ScottishPower, according to local MSP Shirley-Anne Somerville.