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Plans lodged for Southdale expansion

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June 14 2017

Plans lodged for Southdale expansion
EWP Investments and EMA architects & masterplanners have brought forward plans for the latest phase of development at Southdale, a mixed-use development to the south of Armadale Station.

This will include 270 new homes, 65 of which will be affordable, as well as a pharmacy, post office, dentist, veterinary surgery and coffee shop as well as a potential NHS health centre.

Dedicated community open space will also be provided, details of which will go on show from 18:00 on the 16 June at Armadale Community Education Centre.

Andrew Hutchinson from EWP said: “Our proposals will deliver much-needed housing for West Lothian, including affordable housing and amenity housing for the over 55’s, the first significant offering in Armadale in more than a decade.”

Previous phases of work have seen a primary school, car dealership, pub, Asda store, nursery and 362 homes built.

3 Comments

Matt
#1 Posted by Matt on 14 Jun 2017 at 12:37 PM
All i can see is a car park...with few bland, undesigned boxes in the distance...grim
lm
#2 Posted by lm on 14 Jun 2017 at 16:01 PM
Terrible design, terrible building, terrible graphics, terrible everything. Why not try to work harder and make beautiful buildings.... Shameful
Trombe Wall
#3 Posted by Trombe Wall on 15 Jun 2017 at 09:54 AM
The image perhaps doesn't entirely sell the scheme, as best it could. I think the health centre scheme has merit.

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