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Great news for Kinghorn!
Kinghorn Community Land Association is proud to announce that the Royal Burgh of Kinghorn has secured community ownership of around 10 acres of land between the town and Kinghorn Loch.
Over a year after being awarded funding from the Scottish Land Fund and the Kinghorn Common Good Fund, a deal was finally sealed and land passed into community ownership on 10th March 2015.
Which land does the community own?
The plots marked on the map as K2, K4 and K5 are all now owned by the community. Click the map opposite for more information.
The Ecology Centre purchased K1 from the Administrators of Kinghorn Developments Ltd in July 2014. The partnership with KCLA, over the years, has been instrumental in this achievement.
What is Kinghorn Community Land Association?
Kinghorn Community Land Association (KCLA) was set up in 2005 by the people of Kinghorn to give our community an active role in ensuring a sustainable future for land in and around Kinghorn, and to help secure the future of the Ecology Centre.
KCLA membership is open to all local residents so anyone can have a say. We are run by a voluntary committee.