The campaign to secure a replacement for the crumbling Lochgelly Health Centre could now land at the door of Scotland’s Deputy First Minister, Shona Robison.

Annabelle Ewing MSP is to ask her for a meeting to secure a detailed timeline for bringing the project back to the table.

NHS Fife promised to replace the David Street facility by 2019 – along with a similar project in Kincardine – but work never started, and it was kicked into the long grass after a decision by the Scottish Government to adopt a phased approach to capital expenditure meant the £13m project couldn’t be delivered within planned timescales, with no further updates planned until 2025.

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