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New £1million Livingston North Partnership Centre opens

The new Livingston North Partnership Centre has opened following the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions.

17 May
Livingston North Partnership Centre

West Lothian Council invested over £1million towards the redevelopment of the old Carmondean Ability Centre to create the new Partnership Centre.

A key feature of the project was the creation of more floor space within the building in order to enhance the environment.  Works have now been completed with some walls in the existing building knocked down to create more floorspace which services will be able to take full advantage.

The Partnership Centre houses a variety of services under one roof including the Ability Centre Support Service and The Supported Employment Service.

Carmondean Library has relocated into the converted building and has reopened.

A Customer Information Service Centre office is also in located in the building along with MacMillan Cancer Support while meeting spaces are available for members of the local community to book.

Councillor Fitzpatrick visited the new Livingston Partnership Centre and library facilities this week, prior to them re-opening.

He said: "We're delighted that work is now complete and very confident that the new Partnership Centre in Livingston North will bring many benefits to the local community. The council invested heavily in redeveloping the building to create the new facility which will see a greater number of services available in the one location than was previously possible. The library service was one of the first services in the facility available to customers via click and collect and hopefully it won't be long until everyone can enjoy all the centre has to offer."

For more details, please visit West Lothian Libraries