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Commercial land and property


As a major owner of commercial property for business and industry, with a portfolio of more than 500 office, industrial and retail properties throughout West Lothian, West Lothian Council can help businesses find property to suit their needs.  Our commercial properties are managed by the councils Property Management and Development Team (new window) .

Properties include: 

  • Business starter units suitable for a variety of light industrial and office uses
  • Approximately 200 small industrial units from 90 to 180 sq.m (c 1000 to 2000 sq. ft),  which are let on easy in, easy out terms
  • Over 30 larger industrial units of 180 to 3100 sq.m (c 2000 to 33000 sq.ft.) 
  • Office accommodation in multi-occupancy and modern self-contained buildings 
  • In excess of 100 shops, in both prime locations and local shopping parades

To find out more about leasing property from the council, visit our Council Property Page (new window) .  

The council provides a comprehensive search facility (new window) to help local and migrant businesses to find industrial, office and retail property to suit their needs.  By selecting the location, size and type of property you are looking for you can see what is available for sale or lease from all private landlords and property owners, as well as from the council. 

        Date of last Update: 26/11/13 (PM&D)


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