More than 100 homes have now been completed at one of the largest new build council housing sites in Scotland.
West Lothian Council is building 230 new homes at Kirkhill in Broxburn - making it one of the country's largest council housing sites in Scotland. The new houses will include a mixture of 92 x 1 and 2 bedroom cottage flats, 105 x 2,3,4 and 5 bedroom houses and 33 x 1,2,3 bedroom accessible bungalows.
West Lothian Council has a commitment to build 3,000 affordable homes by 2022. The new homes in Broxburn will contribute to this target.
This week, Executive councillor for services to the community George Paul visited Ms Dianne McDonald who is the 100th tenant to move into their new home at Kirkhill.
He said: "We are very proud to be building more high quality, affordable homes to rent across West Lothian and we are delighted that Dianne - the 100th tenant - has now moved into their new council home at Kirkhill.
"These new homes will enhance the communities around them for generations to come and help meet the high demand for affordable housing in West Lothian."
He added: "Our 1,000 new council homes project is enormous and is fully focused on providing affordable homes for people in West Lothian and to meet the needs of our local communities.
The new homes look tremendous and it was a pleasure to meet Dianne too."
Ms McDonald said: "I love my new home at Kirkhill. It is a lovely home and a very nice development. The location is perfect as I work at Broxburn Academy so it is ideal for me getting to and from work and for my daughter, who attends the Academy, too."