Work on one of Scotland's largest council housing new development site continues
The site at Kirkhill in Broxburn will deliver 230 new affordable council homes, making it one of the largest council house new development sites to have been built in Scotland since 2009.
The new homes will consist of a mixture of 105 houses, 33 accessible bungalows and 92 cottage flats and range from 1 to 5 bedrooms.
To date the number of completions on site stands at 65 houses, 61 units were handed over before December 2017 and a further 17 homes are expected to be completed by Spring 2018. All 230 homes in the development are expected to be completed by Winter 2018.
West Lothian Council is building 1,000 new council homes across the county as part of a £111 million investment.
Executive councillor for services for the community, George Paul said: "West Lothian Council is one of the largest local authority house developers for rent in Scotland and we are very proud to be building so many new affordable homes in all areas of West Lothian.
"This project will provide a variety of affordable housing options for local residents, ensuring much needed housing for generations to come"