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  • Parking
    • Parking

      Information on disabled parking and parking at residential properties.

    • Parking and car parks

      On-street parking is available in West Lothian either in designated parking places or in areas where parking is not controlled.

  • Parks and gardens
    • Barbecue Hire

      The Park offers beautiful woodland and riverside walks, picnic areas with seating and a barbeque facility. Whilst visiting the park why not have a barbeque with your group.

    • Caravan, Camping and Little Lodges

      Beecraigs is a great destination for a holiday and welcomes caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents and glamping alternative accommodation.

    • Driving Range

      Polkemmet Driving Range is a 15 Bay Floodlit Driving Range, situated midway between Whitburn and Harthill on the B7066, and is set against a scenic backdrop of mature woodland.

    • Facilities Hire

      Almondell & Calderwood Country Park can offer many facilities for hire, barbecue hire, room hire within the Visitors Centre and also an exhibition room for hire.

    • Farm Shop

      The Farm Shop at Beecraigs Visitor Centre sells a range of condiments, gifts and of course venison.

    • Friends of Beecraigs Country Park

      The Friends of Beecraigs aims to enable and encourage the local community to take an interest in Park.

    • How to Find Us

      Information to help you locate Almondell & Calderwood Country Park

    • How to Find Beecraigs

      Information to help you locate Beecraigs Country Park

    • Open Space Strategy

      West Lothian Council's Open Space Strategy provides an overall vision for the provision, development, regeneration and management of open spaces throughout West Lothian.

    • Park Activities

      Visitors to Polkemmet Country Park can enjoy the Adventure Play Area, Walking, Cycling and many more activities.

    • Parks and Gardens - Information and Events

      NETs, Land and Countryside Services are responsible for parks, park improvements, recreation areas, open spaces and sports grounds maintenance. Our teams also inspect and maintain children's play equipment and administer the garden maintenance scheme and the annual gardens competition. Trees in parks and on council property are managed and maintained by our Tree and woodland management team.

    • Parks, gardens and open spaces

      West Lothian Council is committed to ensuring the area is well served with a wide range of public parks, play parks, gardens and other open spaces for everyone to enjoy.

    • Polkemmet Country Park

      Polkemmet Country Park is a popular 68 hectare (168 acre) visitor attraction near Whitburn. The Park offers beautiful woodland and riverside walks, play area, picnic areas with seating and a barbecue facility. The Park also runs a golf course, a driving range and a bowling green.

  • Parks and grounds maintenance
    • Garden Maintenance Scheme

      The Garden Maintenance Scheme is a scheme provided by West Lothian Council to prevent gardens becoming overgrown. There are set rules for eligibility to benefit from the scheme

  • Pavements
    • Roads and Pavements

      Information on maintenance, how to report issues, as well as development and regulatory information.

    • Dropped Kerbs

      If you want to lower a kerb or pavement - to create a driveway, for example - you must employ an approved Contractor who, in turn, must apply for a permit from Operational Services, Roads and Transportation team.

  • Pedestrian crossings
    • Accident Investigation and Prevention (AIP)

      Each year, we carry out a programme to identify locations where injury accidents are a cause for concern and we try to devise engineering measures to reduce the risk of accidents occurring.

  • Pests and pest control
    • About Pest Control

      The council's Pest Control team investigate and, where necessary, treat premises and land where designated pests are found which are either by their behaviour, location or activity deemed detrimental to the health and wellbeing of the people of West Lothian.

    • Animals we don't deal with

      This is a list of animals we do not offer a service to control and why.

    • Bed Bugs

      West Lothian Council provides a comprehensive service to deal with bed-bug infestations. Bed-bug infestations can take a number of months to control and to be effective requires the total co-operation of the householder.

    • Bird Nuisance

      Birds can cause nuisance in a number of ways but the solution is very rarely killing them.

    • Dermestes Beetles

      West Lothian Council provides a comprehensive service to deal with Dermestes beetle infestations.

    • European Mole (Talpa europaea)

      Moles, although not being a health issue can cause unsightly damage to lawns, fields, play areas etc. As such they may be controlled either by trapping or (in the case of a limited area) gassing. They may cause an injury hazard to livestock due to instability of the ground.

    • Fleas

      West Lothian Council provides a comprehensive service to deal with flea infestations.

    • Mice

      West Lothian Council provides a service to deal with mouse infestations indoors only (including outbuildings, garages and sheds).

    • Pest Control

      West Lothian Council's Pest Control team investigate and treat pest control issues through West Lothian.

    • Rats (Rattus norwegicus)

      West Lothian Council provides a comprehensive service to deal with rat infestations both indoors and outdoors.

    • Wasps

      West Lothian Council provides a comprehensive service to deal with wasp infestations.

  • Planning (town and country)
    • A flue as part of a biomass heating system

      You don't need planning permission to install a stove in your house, but you might need it for the flue. If the stove is part of a biomass heating system, you have permitted development rights depending on the height of the flue, and its position.

    • A flue as part of a combined heat and power (CHP) system

      A flue as part of a combined heat and power (CHP) system

    • Access ramps

      The construction of a ramp up to an external door of your house.

    • Advertisement Consent

      How to apply for permission to display advertisements on land or buildings.

    • Air source heat pumps

      Before you install, alter or replace an air source heat pump you must apply to us to find out if the prior approval of the council is required.

    • Alterations and improvements to a building containing flats

      If you live in a flat, you will have some permitted development rights for alterations which do not enlarge the building of which your flat is a part.

    • Alterations that do not enlarge your house

      This class includes a range of alterations that do not increase the floor area of your house, such as rooflights, painting, window replacements, solar panels, flues, satellite dishes and solar photovoltaic (PV) or thermal equipment.

    • Appeals

      Find out about reviews and appeals

    • Application for the modification or discharge of a planning obligation

      If you feel that an existing legal agreement signed as part of a planning consent is no longer required, or should be amended, you can apply to have the agreement modified or discharged completely.

    • Apply for Planning Permission

      Customer Information: the council is in the process of upgrading its application handling software in order to improve our service. Because of this exercise, and staff training which is required in connection with the upgrade, over December and January the council might not be able to achieve its service standards for processing applications in all cases.

    • Decisions, Reviews and Appeals

      Find out about the decision process and how to apply for a review or an appeal.

    • Decking and other raised platforms

      This class allows the construction, maintenance or alteration of a deck or other raised platform, as long as:

    • Development Management Committee

      The Development Management Committee is a formal committee of the council that comprises nine elected members.

    • Dormer windows and other roof extensions

      This section covers additions or other alterations to roofs, most commonly involving dormer windows, but also including an extension built on top of an existing single storey garage attached to a two storey house.

    • Extensions covering more than one floor level

      Most house extensions of two or more storeys will require planning permission. You will not need planning permission, however, if:

    • Free standing solar equipment in the curtilage of a dwelling

      Free standing solar panels are defined as solar photo-voltaics or solar thermal equipment which is not installed on a building, but which is sited on the ground, within your garden.

    • Full Planning Permission

      You will normally need full planning permission for a new building, or if you want to change the use of a building.

    • Gates, walls, fences and other means of enclosure

      You can erect, replace or improve any gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure without planning permission, provided that:

    • Ground source heat pumps

      Planning permission is not required for the installation, alteration or replacement of a ground source heat pump within the curtilage of a dwelling house or building containing a flat.

    • Hardstanding and hard surfaces

      The formation of hardstanding in your garden will not need planning permission as long as it's porous or drains into your own property. A raised deck, however, might need permission (see section on Decking and other Raised Platforms), and a driveway will need permission if it's accessing a classified road.

    • High Hedges

      If you feel that a neighbour's hedge is affecting you by blocking your light you can apply to the council to serve a High Hedge Notice on the owner of the hedge. The fee for this is £401, which you must pay when you make the application.

    • Householder Application

      How to apply for planning permission if you intend to alter or extend a house or flat.

    • Information on ePlanning

      You can use ePlanning when submitting a planning application.

    • INSPIRE

      The INSPIRE (Scotland) Regulations 2009 came in to force on 31 December 2009. The regulations implement EC Directive 2007/2/EC in Scotland.

    • Listed Building and Conservation Area Consent

      Listed buildings and conservation areas are subject to special protection, because of their importance locally or nationally.

    • Local Development Plan

      The West Lothian Local Development Plan will in time provide the framework against which planning applications are assessed and will be reviewed every five years to ensure an up to date plan is in place to guide future development in the area.

    • Local Review Body

      If you're unhappy with the decision of the Appointed Person to refuse your application, or if you don't agree with some of the the conditions which are attached to your permission, you can request a review of the decision by the council's Local Review Body.

    • Main Issues Report

      The Main Issues Report (MIR) focuses on the key issues that are changing from the West Lothian Local Plan and sets out general proposals for development in the area

    • Micro wind turbines

      The installation, alteration or replacement of a free standing wind turbine within the curtilage of a dwelling will not require planning permission if all of the following conditions are met:

    • Monitoring Statement

      The Monitoring Statement provides an overview of the demographics, housing, retail, economic and environmental trends in the plan area and an opportunity for assessing progress on the West Lothian Local Plan and identifying matters which can be considered in the new West Lothian Local Development Plan

    • Non material variation

      For minor alterations to a planning permission which hasn't been implemented, and which don't in themselves require planning permission

    • Objecting to a planning application

      If you feel that an application might affect you, you can object, online, or email or letter. Your objection will be taken into account when we determine the application.

    • Other development in domestic gardens

      Find out if you need planning permission for developments like ponds, swimming pools, oil and gas tanks, and flagpoles.

    • Planning Application Consultations

      Environmental Health is a statutory consultee on planning applications. Planning Officers will consult Environmental Health where there are potential environmental protection matters relevant to an application.

    • Planning Enforcement

      We investigate and can enforce alleged breaches of planning control.

    • Planning Permission in Principle

      This is an application for the principle of development only, such as a large housing development on a greenfield site.

    • Planning Policy

      Preparation of the Development Plan and other supporting policies, information or studies which form the basis for making decisions on planning applications.

    • Porches

      Permitted development rights for the addition of a small porch outside any existing external door of a house.

    • Pre-application consultation for major applications

      For major applications the applicant must carry out a community consultation exercise for certain types of development before a formal planning application is made.

    • Prior notification and prior approval

      This form is for: proposed farm or forestry building works, freestanding domestic micro-wind turbines and domestic air-source heat pumps, or the demolition of a residential building or a structure attached to a residential building.

    • Related Planning information

      Information on our services and performance; and details on consultations.

    • Scheme of Delegation

      The scheme of delegation sets out the circumstances under which planning applications can be determined by Planning Officers, and under which circumstances a decision on an application has to be taken by a Council Committee.

    • Service and Performance

      The latest service and performance information related to Planning Services.

    • Setting up a home office or working from home

      Guidance on whether planning permission is required for setting up a home office

    • Single storey ground floor extensions (including conservatories)

      A single storey extension to a house, such as a conservatory, sun room or other additional rooms, or an attached garage, carport or canopy, will not need planning permission if:

    • Tree Works

      If you are contemplating any works to a protected tree or trees or to find out whether a tree is protected, please contact Development Management for professional advice.

    • View, object to or comment on a Planning Application

      Use our planning portal to view the details of a planning application and submit an objection or comment.

    • Water source heat pump

      Planning permission is not required for the installation, alteration or replacement of a water source heat pump within the curtilage of a dwelling house or building containing a flat.

    • Noise from Wind Turbines

      As well as being more efficient in the way we use energy, the other way to reduce the amount of Carbon dioxide from power generation is to use 'renewable' technologies. These make use of natural sources of energy and so cannot be used up. Now familiar in West Lothian are wind turbines.

  • Planning applications
    • A flue as part of a biomass heating system

      You don't need planning permission to install a stove in your house, but you might need it for the flue. If the stove is part of a biomass heating system, you have permitted development rights depending on the height of the flue, and its position.

    • A flue as part of a combined heat and power (CHP) system

      A flue as part of a combined heat and power (CHP) system

    • Access ramps

      The construction of a ramp up to an external door of your house.

    • Advertisement Consent

      How to apply for permission to display advertisements on land or buildings.

    • Air source heat pumps

      Before you install, alter or replace an air source heat pump you must apply to us to find out if the prior approval of the council is required.

    • Alterations and improvements to a building containing flats

      If you live in a flat, you will have some permitted development rights for alterations which do not enlarge the building of which your flat is a part.

    • Alterations that do not enlarge your house

      This class includes a range of alterations that do not increase the floor area of your house, such as rooflights, painting, window replacements, solar panels, flues, satellite dishes and solar photovoltaic (PV) or thermal equipment.

    • Appeals

      Find out about reviews and appeals

    • Application for the modification or discharge of a planning obligation

      If you feel that an existing legal agreement signed as part of a planning consent is no longer required, or should be amended, you can apply to have the agreement modified or discharged completely.

    • Apply for Planning Permission

      Customer Information: the council is in the process of upgrading its application handling software in order to improve our service. Because of this exercise, and staff training which is required in connection with the upgrade, over December and January the council might not be able to achieve its service standards for processing applications in all cases.

    • Decking and other raised platforms

      This class allows the construction, maintenance or alteration of a deck or other raised platform, as long as:

    • Development Plan Scheme

      The council is required annually to publish a Development Plan Scheme document that sets out the programme for preparing, reviewing and consulting on the Local Development Plan (LDP).

    • Do I Need Planning Permission?

      You will probably need planning permission if you want to: build something new; make a minor change to your building or land; or change the use of your building.

    • Dormer windows and other roof extensions

      This section covers additions or other alterations to roofs, most commonly involving dormer windows, but also including an extension built on top of an existing single storey garage attached to a two storey house.

    • Extensions covering more than one floor level

      Most house extensions of two or more storeys will require planning permission. You will not need planning permission, however, if:

    • Free standing solar equipment in the curtilage of a dwelling

      Free standing solar panels are defined as solar photo-voltaics or solar thermal equipment which is not installed on a building, but which is sited on the ground, within your garden.

    • Full Planning Permission

      You will normally need full planning permission for a new building, or if you want to change the use of a building.

    • Full Planning Permission

      A new building or the change of use of a building or land normally requires planning permission

    • Gates, walls, fences and other means of enclosure

      You can erect, replace or improve any gate, fence, wall or other means of enclosure without planning permission, provided that:

    • Ground source heat pumps

      Planning permission is not required for the installation, alteration or replacement of a ground source heat pump within the curtilage of a dwelling house or building containing a flat.

    • Hardstanding and hard surfaces

      The formation of hardstanding in your garden will not need planning permission as long as it's porous or drains into your own property. A raised deck, however, might need permission (see section on Decking and other Raised Platforms), and a driveway will need permission if it's accessing a classified road.

    • High Hedges

      If you feel that a neighbour's hedge is affecting you by blocking your light you can apply to the council to serve a High Hedge Notice on the owner of the hedge. The fee for this is £401, which you must pay when you make the application.

    • Householder Application

      How to apply for planning permission if you intend to alter or extend a house or flat.

    • How is a planning application processed?

      How to submit a planning application and an explanation of the process.

    • Listed Building and Conservation Area Consent

      Listed buildings and conservation areas are subject to special protection, because of their importance locally or nationally.

    • Main Issues Report

      The Main Issues Report (MIR) focuses on the key issues that are changing from the West Lothian Local Plan and sets out general proposals for development in the area

    • Micro wind turbines

      The installation, alteration or replacement of a free standing wind turbine within the curtilage of a dwelling will not require planning permission if all of the following conditions are met:

    • New Developments

      The council is responsible for approving new developments within West Lothian

    • Non material variation

      For minor alterations to a planning permission which hasn't been implemented, and which don't in themselves require planning permission

    • Objecting to a planning application

      If you feel that an application might affect you, you can object, online, or email or letter. Your objection will be taken into account when we determine the application.

    • Other development in domestic gardens

      Find out if you need planning permission for developments like ponds, swimming pools, oil and gas tanks, and flagpoles.

    • Planning Application Consultations

      Environmental Health is a statutory consultee on planning applications. Planning Officers will consult Environmental Health where there are potential environmental protection matters relevant to an application.

    • Planning Applications

      Find out how to apply for planning permission, how to object to an application, and how an application is decided by the council's Development Management service.

    • Planning Permission in Principle

      This is an application for the principle of development only, such as a large housing development on a greenfield site.

    • Porches

      Permitted development rights for the addition of a small porch outside any existing external door of a house.

    • Pre-application consultation for major applications

      For major applications the applicant must carry out a community consultation exercise for certain types of development before a formal planning application is made.

    • Prior notification and prior approval

      This form is for: proposed farm or forestry building works, freestanding domestic micro-wind turbines and domestic air-source heat pumps, or the demolition of a residential building or a structure attached to a residential building.

    • Related Planning information

      Information on our services and performance; and details on consultations.

    • Scheme of Delegation

      The scheme of delegation sets out the circumstances under which planning applications can be determined by Planning Officers, and under which circumstances a decision on an application has to be taken by a Council Committee.

    • Setting up a home office or working from home

      Guidance on whether planning permission is required for setting up a home office

    • Sheds, garages, greenhouses and other outbuildings

      This includes any building within your garden, but not attached to your house (which would be classed as an extension). It typically includes sheds, garages, sun houses and greenhouses.

    • Single storey ground floor extensions (including conservatories)

      A single storey extension to a house, such as a conservatory, sun room or other additional rooms, or an attached garage, carport or canopy, will not need planning permission if:

    • Supplementary Planning Guidance (SPG)

      Supplementary planning guidance (SPG) have been produced which contains policies to complement the development plan policies contained within the West Lothian Local Plan.

    • Tree Works

      If you are contemplating any works to a protected tree or trees or to find out whether a tree is protected, please contact Development Management for professional advice.

    • View, object to or comment on a Planning Application

      Use our planning portal to view the details of a planning application and submit an objection or comment.

    • Water source heat pump

      Planning permission is not required for the installation, alteration or replacement of a water source heat pump within the curtilage of a dwelling house or building containing a flat.

    • Planning Design Awards

      West Lothian Council Planning Design Awards have been set up with the aim of recognising and rewarding good design throughout West Lothian.

    • Noise from Wind Turbines

      As well as being more efficient in the way we use energy, the other way to reduce the amount of Carbon dioxide from power generation is to use 'renewable' technologies. These make use of natural sources of energy and so cannot be used up. Now familiar in West Lothian are wind turbines.

  • Playgrounds
    • Almondell & Calderwood Country Park

      Almondell & Calderwood Country Park is tucked out of sight in the valley of the River Almond between Broxburn and East Calder, Almondell & Calderwood Country Park is probably the best kept secret in West Lothian!

    • Barbecue Hire

      The Park offers beautiful woodland and riverside walks, picnic areas with seating and a barbeque facility. Whilst visiting the park why not have a barbeque with your group.

    • Caravan, Camping and Little Lodges

      Beecraigs is a great destination for a holiday and welcomes caravans, motorhomes, trailer tents and glamping alternative accommodation.

    • Children's Play Areas

      West Lothian Council inspect and maintain play areas all year round.

    • Friends of Polkemmet Country Park

      Have you ever wanted to be more involved at Polkemmet Country Park? We will have a list of planned tasks for our 'Friends' who are passionate about their environment and green spaces and want to get involved in conservation volunteering, fund raising and improving your Park.

    • Park Activities

      There are many activities to enjoy within Beecraigs Country Park.

    • Park Activities

      Visitors to Polkemmet Country Park can enjoy the Adventure Play Area, Walking, Cycling and many more activities.

    • Polkemmet Country Park

      Polkemmet Country Park is a popular 68 hectare (168 acre) visitor attraction near Whitburn. The Park offers beautiful woodland and riverside walks, play area, picnic areas with seating and a barbecue facility. The Park also runs a golf course, a driving range and a bowling green.

    • Ranger Service

      West Lothian Council's Ranger Service has bases at Almondell & Calderwood Country Park, Beecraigs Country Park and Polkemmet Country Park.

  • Police
  • Pollution
    • Air Pollution

      Air Quality is important because it's about the air we all breathe and the effect of the pollutants in it on our bodies and health.

    • Contaminated Land

      Land contamination typically arises from historical activities, which occurred at a time when there was less awareness or regulation to control or clean up substances entering our environment.

    • Light Pollution and Light Nuisance

      Artificial light is an important part of modern life. The increased use of lighting, however, can cause problems. Light in the wrong place at the wrong time can be intrusive.

    • Noise Pollution

      Environmental Health has responsibility for investigating most types of noise problems.

    • Spillages

      The Council has a responsibility to make sure any spillages onto a road or footpath is dealt with in the appropriate way.

    • Water Pollution

      Responsibility for water quality and pollution is shared between West Lothian Council, the Drinking water Quality Regulator and the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)

  • Postal voting
  • Pot holes (roadway)
  • Premises to let
  • Primary health care
    • Health and Medical Services

      Find health and medical services in West Lothian. Covering a wide variety of services including GP practices and doctor's surgeries, hospitals, dental practices, opticians and pharmacies. This section also covers specialist services including Therapy and Rehabilitation (Speech and Language, Community Rehabilitation and Brain Injury Service (CRABIS), Chiropody/Podiatry, Occupational Therapy, Dietetics and Nutrition), West Lothian Health Improvement Team, Healthy Respect Drop-in and Books on Prescription.

  • Primary schools
  • Privacy and data protection
    • Cookies

      A cookie is a small file which asks permission to be placed on your computer's hard drive. Once you agree, the file is added and the cookie helps analyse web traffic or lets you know when you visit a particular site.

  • Private rented accommodation
  • Proxy voting
    • Proxy votes

      Voting by proxy is when you ask someone else to vote on your behalf.

  • Public conveniences
    • Public Toilet Facilities

      We provide 14 public conveniences in various locations in West Lothian, which includes 1 staffed toilet.

  • Public libraries
    • Almondbank Library (Craigshill)

      Located in Craigshill in Livingston, Almondbank Library offers library facilities, public access computers and Access2Employment advisors.

    • Armadale Library

      Located with the community centre in South Street, the library offers books, free access to public computers and more...

    • Bathgate Partnership Centre

      Located within the partnership centre are a wide range of council services as well as the management committee led Bathgate Community Centre.

    • Blackburn Connected

      Blackburn Connected offers access to the Council's Customer Information Service as well as the full range of library services.

    • Blackridge Library

      The library is located within the Craig Inn Centre

    • Books and Reading

      Book groups, book news and healthy reading programme

    • Broxburn Library

      Located within Strathbrock Partnership Centre, the library offers the full range of library services, including free access to public computers.

    • Carmondean Connected (Deans)

      Carmondean Connected is located beside the health centre at Carmondean Centre, Deans, Livingston.

    • East Calder Library

      East Calder library provides Registration Services in addition to books, and public access computers.

    • eBooks

      Download eBooks to a wide variety of devices for free

    • eInformation

      Quality information at your fingertips, where and when you need it

    • eLibrary

      eBooks, digital talking books, digital magazines and a range of online information accessible 24/7

    • eMagazines

      Download complete digital magazines for free

    • Fauldhouse Library

      The library is part of Fauldhouse Partnership Centre, which is also home to the Customer Information Service (CIS), swimming pool, health centre, Xcite Gym, Pharmacy, Dental Practice and cafe.

    • Fauldhouse Partnership Centre

      Fauldhouse Partnership Centre (FPC) is a newly built bright spacious building with a range of services all under the one roof, please take a look at our opening hours and feel free to pop in.

    • Lanthorn Library (Dedridge)

      The library is located in the Lanthorn Community Centre, Dedridge, Livingston.

    • Libraries News

      What's new in libraries across West Lothian

    • Library Information

      Information on how to join the library, search, renew books, book news, PC access and events.

    • Library membership

      Join the library online for free and you will be able to collect your membership card at your chosen library within two working days.

    • Linlithgow Library

      The library is situated just off the High Street and provides books, children's activities and public computers.

    • Pumpherston Library

      The library is located in Pumpherston & Uphall Station Community Primary School in Drumshoreland Road.

    • Simpson Library (Bathgate)

      The Simpson Library is located in Bathgate Partnership Centre, home to many council services, community centre and cafe.

    • West Calder Library

      Located in newly refurbished Carnegie Library building, the library also offers the Council's Customer Information Service

    • West Lothian College Library

      Anyone who lives, works or studies in West Lothian can use the College library with a West Lothian Council library card.

    • Whitburn Library

      Books, public access pcs and a small museum celebrating the history of Whitburn.

    • Your Library

      Find your nearest library, opening hours and contact details.

  • Public meetings
  • Public services
    • Freedom of Information requests

      Anyone - from anywhere in the world - has a right to see almost any kind of recorded information held by West Lothian Council, however old the information is. You do not have to say why you want the information or what you want it for and we are obliged to respond to all information requests we receive within 20 working days of receipt.

  • Public transport
    • On-demand Taxibus Services

      A number of Demand Responsive Transport schemes known as Taxibus Services operate in areas of West Lothian where no mainstream public transport service is available.

    • Public Transport

      Information on public transport services throughout West Lothian.

    • Public Transport Updates

      Information on changes and disruptions on local bus routes.

    • Public Transport Timetables and Information

      The council is responsible for co-ordinating public transport services across West Lothian, although individual services are provided by private operators (ScotRail, First Edinburgh, etc).