Winchburgh train station update
West Lothian Council has expressed its disappointment that hurdles have been placed in the way of delivering a new rail way station in Winchburgh.
Investment in pedestrian crossings across West Lothian
Approval has been given for 12 new or upgraded pedestrian crossings across West Lothian.
Holy Family Primary handover confirmed
The new Holy Family Primary School in Winchburgh will be handed over to West Lothian Council on 1 August 2022.
Family welcomed to Lex Davidson Library
The family of former councillor Lex Davidson have visited the library that has been renamed in his memory.
New Winchburgh Academy to open in August 2022
The opening of the first of three brand-new state-of-the-art schools for Winchburgh has been confirmed.
Broxburn Library is to be renamed in memory of a former local councillor
The council received a request to rename Broxburn Library, currently located within an area of Strathbrock Partnership Centre, in memory of Alex Davidson, a former councillor in the area. The Library space would be retitled the "Lex Davidson Library".
Nature fund's £90,000 award to create new West Lothian park
A project to create new park in Uphall is a recipient of the Scottish Government's Nature Restoration Fund.
Views to be sought over new West Lothian parking restrictions
New waiting restrictions are being proposed at various locations in West Lothian.
Have your say on keeping temporary Spaces for People measures
West Lothian residents are being asked to share their views on whether temporary measures such as reduced 20mph and 40mph speed limits and new cycle lanes should be kept.
Flood prevention help offered to more West Lothian homes
Enhanced flood protection measures have been offered to 15 more homes in Broxburn.
Plans in place to cope with growing West Lothian school rolls
School rolls in West Lothian are set to increase due to the area's increasing popularity with young families.
Covid funding for local improvements
Each of West Lothian's nine council ward areas will each receive £150,000 to support the recovery and renewal in towns and villages.