The proposed development represents a large scale settlement expansion and is one of two Strategic Land Areas (SLA) within Kirkcaldy.
The development opportunity has a well-positioned edge of town location benefitting from an attractive rural setting, excellent transport connections and convenient access to local amenities. Kirkcaldy South West incorporates agricultural and other land under the ownership of two working farms - Invertiel and Tyrie. The combined site for sale extends over the area covered by planning application 10/03561/EIA, excluding adopted roads, verges and an electricity sub-station. The landholding comprises three main areas: Area 1: Land to the north of Invertiel Road (Approx. 76.4 acres / 30.9 ha) This northern element of the wider site lies between Kirkcaldy Golf Club to the north and Invertiel Road (B9157) to the south. Invertiel Farm buildings (omitted from the relevant PPP application) are not included within the sale and the exact area to be retained by the current owner is to be agreed – an indicative boundary only is shown. Area 2: Land Between Invertiel Road (North) and Jawbanes Road (South) (Approx. 95.9 acres / 38.8 ha) This central element of the wider site lies between Invertiel Road to the north and Jawbanes Road to the south. The site comprises mainly agricultural land with two small areas of woodland near the northern boundary, including the Hoggie Plantation, which are to be retained. Area 3: Land Between Jawbanes Road (North West) and Railway (East) (Approx. 73.9 acres / 29.9 ha) This southern element of the wider site lies between Jawbanes Road to the north west, the main railway line to the east and Tyrie Farm to the south. Tyrie Farm buildings and cottages (omitted from the relevant PPP application) are not included within the sale and the exact area to be retained by the current owner is to be agreed – an indicative boundary only is shown.