Kirkcaldy is the second largest town in the county of Fife with a resident population of 50,000 and a catchment of 150,000.
It is approximately 25 miles north of Edinburgh and 55 north east of Glasgow.
The town of Kirkcaldy is one of Fife’s major commercial, administrative and leisure centres lying some 12 miles to the east of the Queensferry Crossing on the northern side of the Firth of Forth. The subjects are situated on St.
The subjects are situated on the south side of the High Street in Kirkcaldy. The Esplanade and the High Street are the main thoroughfares and shopping thoroughfares through Kirkcaldy. The subjects are situated within the catchment of Port Braw in a highly populated residential and mixed commercial area.
The subjects comprise retail premises arranged over the ground and first floors of a traditionally built, two-storey building The front part of the roof has a pitched slated finish, but the majority of the precast concrete flat roofing slabs have a Sika roof finish with a guarantee which expires in 2027.
The subjects are situated on the eastern end of Kirkcaldy High Street on a busy traffic thoroughfare affording good on street public car parking at the front door, with all High Street facilities being close at hand, including bakers, bus station and financial institutions.
Kirkcaldy lies on the north bank of the Firth of Forth approximately 12 miles east of the Forth Bridges. Kirkcaldy is one of Fife's principal commercial centres having a resident population in the region of 50, 000 with a catchment area estimated in the region of 200,000.
The subjects comprise a three storey building of stone construction and harled finished with an extension to the rear surmounted by a pitched and slated roof. Internally, the flooring throughout is concrete with carpet and linoleum overlay and the walls are predominately plastered and papered. Lighting is mostly pendant lighting.
Kirkcaldy is one of Fifes principal centres having a resident population of approximately 50,000 persons and a further catchment area now estimated to be in excess of 150,000. The town benefits from an excellent communications system having a mainline railway station with regular services to Edinburgh and the rest of Fife on the Fife circular...
Dysart is a former town and royal burgh located on the southeast coast between Kirkcaldy and West Wemyss in Fife. The town is now considered to be a suburb of Kirkcaldy. Dysart was once part of a wider estate owned by the St Clair or Sinclair family.
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