West Lothian Council
A new head of housing, customer and building services has been named at West Lothian Council.
Published 6 August 2019
A Lovell housing development site at Kirkhill in Broxburn has received a Bronze award at the Considerate Constructors Scheme’s National Site Awards in Scotland.
Published 2 April 2019
The first stage of the expansion of a West Lothian village has taken shape with 55 new affordable homes already making a difference to people’s lives.
Published 20 March 2019
Work has been completed on brand new council homes in Armadale.
Published 22 February 2019
West Lothian Council's former Waverley Street depot in Bathgate is to be transformed into new affordable housing.
Published 12 February 2019
One of the UK’s biggest housing-linked infrastructure projects is to be delivered in Winchburgh after a deal was struck between a new joint venture, the Scottish Government and West Lothian Council.
Published 17 January 2019
Groups of young trainees from across Glasgow and Lanarkshire have been given the opportunity to get hands-on experience during visits to a Bathgate housing site.
Published 3 January 2019
West Lothian Council has confirmed the completion of more than 100 homes at Kirkhill in Broxburn, one of the largest council housing sites in Scotland.
Published 30 October 2018
West Lothian Council is looking to identify a further £5.2 million of savings over the next four years.
Published 15 October 2018
Housebuilder Springfield Properties has secured approximately 400 acres of zoned land in West Lothian to develop a 1,900-home site.
Published 30 July 2018
A series of murals painted in West Lothian have been given the thumbs up from local residents.
Published 11 July 2018
West Lothian Housing Partnership (WLHP), part of Wheatley Group, has announced the start of work on 85 new homes at Dixon Terrace in Whitburn.
Published 21 June 2018
Plans to build 250 new council homes in West Lothian have taken a step forward after a number of locations for future development were agreed by the local authority.
Published 23 April 2018
West Lothian Council will spend over £154 million over the next five years improving and increasing its council housing stock.
Published 19 February 2018
A long-term financial plan that will focus on priority areas such as schools, social care and services for vulnerable people and begin to bridge a £65 million budget gap over the next five years has been agreed by West Lothian Council.
Published 14 February 2018