West Lothian Council

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West Lothian Council has approved plans to purchase 30 private properties which will be converted into 60 temporary sharing spaces. The sharing spaces will be used to provide temporary accommodation for local people in need of emergency or temporary housing.

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Changes to local services in West Lothian are inevitable unless the Scottish Government provides the council with adequate levels of funding, according to the leader of West Lothian Council. Over the past 16 years, West Lothian Council has had to make savings of nearly £151 million due to insu

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Almond Housing Association is to deliver 16 homes for social rent in Winchburgh after agreeing a land acquisition from West Lothian Council. The council’s executive has approved the sale of land at Glendevon Park to the Association for just £1, subject to conditions.

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Taylor Wimpey East Scotland and Home Group Scotland's development of 69 affordable homes within the Calderwood development, off Sandilands Road and Sandilands Lane in East Calder is nearing completion and tenants are now moving in and bringing this area of Calderwood to life. The development of two

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The redevelopment of Bangour Village has taken a major leap forward as Ambassador Group and West Lothian Council have agreed key community benefits as part of the conditions of the site’s approved Planning Permission in Principle.

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West Lothian Council is encouraging residents, visitors to the region and members of staff to take part in a consultation on the future priorities of local services. The council faces significant budget challenges over the next five years and the way in which some services are provided will have to

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Around 800 West Lothian Council members of staff will benefit from an annual increase in the Living Wage. West Lothian Council became one of the first local authorities in Scotland to become an accredited Living Wage employer in 2016 and is committed to ensuring the Living Wage Foundation's (LWF) ra

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West Lothian Council has approved proposals to allocate its share of the Covid-19 Economic Recovery and Low-Income Fund awarded to local authorities. The fund will be split, with £1.315 million given to seven projects targeting West Lothian households who need additional support and £1.3

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Plans to build a development of 1,600 homes at Heartlands in Whitburn have been submitted to West Lothian Council. If approved, land will also be earmarked for a primary school, a neighbourhood centre including a pub/restaurant, community centre, retail, health centre and start-up offices.

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Progress continues to be made on increasing the availability of social housing in the West Calder area. Springfield Partnerships, is working on the delivery of 69 new affordable homes for West Lothian Council at their Mossend site in West Calder.

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