Claire Middlebrook, Liquidator of Kapital Residential Ltd, is pleased to provide the following update to the community of Lundin Links and the Greater Largo area.
Following on from commentary at the public meeting held on 29th August, at which point the liquidator mentioned the legislative processes and negotiations with the secured creditor, the liquidator is pleased to announce the appointment of a demolition contractor to begin the process of safely demolishing the fire damaged property at Lundin Links Hotel.
Due to the precarious nature of the remaining structures, specialist long reach equipment has been ordered and is scheduled to arrive on Thursday 1 September 2022. Protective steel road plates will be used to prevent damage to the A915’s road surface.
Subject to the final few processes clearing in time, it is the intention to commence the demolition on Friday 2nd September 2022, with work continuing through Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th September. Fife Council have acted swiftly to waive weekend restrictions on construction works.
With this timeline, it is expected that Fife Council will be able to re-evaluate the road closure on the A915 with the re-opening of the carriageway by Wednesday 7th September.
Following the demolition, all debris will be cleared from the site for onward processing and/or recycling. In order to safely manage this and prevent accidents on the A915, the request to be made of Fife Council will retain the existing restrictions on Emsdorf Street for the duration of the works.
All of the demolition work will take place in one continuous site visit, which is estimated to have a total duration of approximately 5 weeks. Site security, including manned guards and CCTV cameras will remain on site for the duration of the works.
A mid-demolition update will be issued in the week of 20th September 2022.
Lundin Links Hotel Demolition