A recent walkabout by members of Fife Council highlighted issues in several Dunfermline streets.

Councillors Gordon Pryde and Auxi Barrera, as well as housing and safer communities officers, visited the Robertson Road, Adamson Crescent and Craigmyle Street area last week.

Cllr Pryde commented: “On this walkabout issues identified included areas of communal greenspace that need better maintenance, domestic waste that has been dumped on communal spaces and pavements, fallen and dilapidated fences, trip hazards on pavements and other antisocial behaviour concerns.

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“These walkabouts are an excellent means to identify live issues of concern to residents and as a local councillor I will be following up with officers to ensure that the work identified through the action points will be followed through with.

“Some works, such as grass cutting on the lane from Craigmyle Street to Adamson Crescent should be done quickly, but other works such as fencing works will require to be programmed for the future, alongside other completing projects.”