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May 13 2019

Livingston veterinary hospital wins go-ahead

A new veterinary centred designed by Jefferson Sheard Architects is to be built in Livingston after plans brought forward by CVS Group were given the green light by West Lothian Council.

The Livingston Veterinary Referrals & Pathology Centre will deliver 30,000sq/ft of purpose-built medical facilities within Livingston Trade Park to the north of Houston Road on scrubland within the industrial estate.

Providing a total of 12 consulting rooms the project will include its own pharmace, separate dog and cat wards and reception space.
Finished in black and grey aluminium panels the proposed hospital will join CVS’s existing estate of 490 veterinary centres located throughout the UK, Holland and Ireland.

Funding for Livingston Trade Park has been provided by the Scottish partnership for Regeneration in Urban Centres.

3 Comments

David
#1 Posted by David on 13 May 2019 at 17:26 PM
Gosh, that's erh, inviting...
BrothersGRIM
#2 Posted by BrothersGRIM on 14 May 2019 at 15:31 PM
Dreadful...
Walt Disney
#3 Posted by Walt Disney on 14 May 2019 at 15:40 PM
My dog hates going to the vet....I don't this will make things any better.

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