West Lothian Council

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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. Lovell welcomed the groups to its Wester Inch development where it is currently building 86 new homes on behalf of West Lothian Council. T

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A series of murals painted in West Lothian have been given the thumbs up from local residents. Almond Housing Association was delighted to give the go-ahead for the West Lothian Youth Action Project (WLYAP) and the design team at Bespoke Atelier to improve open spaces around Craigshill, Livingston.

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WLHP Board member Maureen Finlay and Depute Leader of West Lothian Council Councillor Kirsteen Sullivan join staff from WLHP and Wheatley Group, local elected members as well as staff from West Lothian Council and Springfield Properties as work starts on new homes at Dixon Terrace, Whitburn West Lot

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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. A total of six sites have been identified to accommodate the new homes, which will go towards the council's aim of developing 3,000 af

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West Lothian Council will spend over £154 million over the next five years improving and increasing its council housing stock. Approved at a meeting of the local authority on February 13, the investment will see over £79m spent on increasing the housing supply over the course of the next five year

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Council leader Councillor Lawrence Fitzpatrick 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.

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Work on one of West Lothian Council's largest new build housing site is nearing completion, the local authority has revealed. The Redhouse site in Blackburn will deliver 100 new affordable council homes for local residents.

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West Lothian Council is to remove a council tax discount currently afforded to owners of long-term unoccupied properties as it takes steps to bring vacant homes back into use. The council is writing to around 300 homeowners whose properties are currently classed as long-term unoccupied, as they have

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David Knight, Avant Homes Scotland managing director Stirling-based homebuilder Avant Homes has been granted planning permission to build 110 new homes at a £21 million development in Armadale, West Lothian.

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Homes previously delivered by Dundad Estates Work is set to begin next month on a new development with over 250 homes after proposals were given the green light by West Lothian Council.

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West Lothian Council has launched an update to its Tenant Participation Strategy to include all the ways in which tenants and service users can take part in shaping housing services. Over the course of last year tenants have worked alongside tenant participation staff to review the previous Tenant P

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Tenants have received their keys to a newly completed development of council homes in Livingston. A total of 10 new homes have been built at Appleton Drive within the Barratt development in Eliburn.

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