Annual Review 2022/23

We are pleased to release our 2022/23 Annual Review. 

Frontline Fife Annual Review 2022/23


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Another Success for Frontline Fife!

For the second time running, Frontline Fife’s Housing Advice Team achieved accreditation from the Scottish Government’s National Standards for Information and Advice Providers at the highest standard for Housing. 

These Standards are designed to help advice agencies maintain their service quality and encourage them to adopt a culture of continuous improvement.  

Frontline Fife provide a range of services to support people ...

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Marion Gibbs

With great sadness we learned of Marion Gibbs passing on 7th December 2022.


Marion worked with the Scottish Government since 2009 within their Homelessness Unit and in that time,

she was a champion for good law and policy and was committed to equity and fairness for those affected by

homelessness and unsafe living circumstances.


We will miss her clarity and warmth and her deep understanding of how things work on the ground to ...

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Hot off the Press! Frontline Fife's Annual Review 2021/22

Frontline's Fife's 2021/22 Annual Review is now available to view.

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Change in Local Connection Rules for People Experiencing Homelessness

As of today, the law has changed which means that people experiencing homelessness will now be able to choose which area of Scotland they live and access services. MSPs approved the Homelessness Persons (Suspension of Referrals between Local Authorities) (Scotland) Order 2022 on 16th November. Previously, people were asked to demonstrate their local connection to the area they were making an application, e.g. close family living in the area. If they co ...

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Overview of Cost of Living (Tenant Protection) (Scotland) Bill 2022


  • Applies to most but not all social tenancies, private tenancies and purpose-built student accommodation.
    • Exemptions include Regulated Tenancies, Common Law tenancy, Lodgers agreements.


  • Rent Cap (aka Rent Freeze)

Your landlord can only raise your rent charge if

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The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act - Update

Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020 - Update

24th March 2021


The Scottish Government has announced that the Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020, which was due to expire on the 31st of March, has now been extended to the 30th of September. This is to ensure security of tenure for tenants in Scotland during COVID-19, with current measures being extended in light of the continued Covid19 situation. 

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The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020 – What Does It Mean for Evictions?

14th April 2020 


The Coronavirus (Scotland) Act 2020 was passed unanimously by the Scottish Parliament. It seeks to protect people who rent from both social and private landlords from facing eviction during the COVID 19 outbreak. Read More

Board Vacancy

Opportunities to join our Board of Management

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