West Lothian Traditional Town Centres - Public Realm Consultation Survey 2021
NB: This consultation is now closed
West Lothian town centres have continued to face retail and economic pressures similar to other town centres across Scotland and the UK due to changing shopping habits and lifestyles. West Lothian Council seeks to promote and facilitate urban regeneration and investment in the county's traditional town centres and with local stakeholders and community interests and has previously developed public realm strategies for physical improvement. The public realm incorporates all areas to which the public has ready access. This includes streets, lanes, vennels, squares, forecourts, parks and open spaces.
In December 2020 the Council's Development & Transport Policy Development & Scrutiny Panel (PDSP) considered 5 reports which reviewed West Lothian's traditional town centres (Armadale, Bathgate, Broxburn & Uphall, Linlithgow and Whitburn).
West Lothian Council is now seeking views on the proposed updates to the respective Action Plans and proposals for town centre public realm improvements.
Responses are invited by 4pm on Friday 24 September 2021.
Should you have any queries regarding this consultation please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.