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|Council welcomes 10 new electric vehicles to its fleet|
West Lothian Council's fleet was given an environmental boost in May with the delivery of 10 new electric vehicles.
Seven electric Nissan Leaf cars and three Nissan electric vans which have a range of around 100 miles each will be used to supplement the council's pool vehicles at various locations throughout West Lothian.
|Work at £4million Linlithgow Partnership Centre gets underway|
|Work has started on a new £3.9 million Partnership Centre in the heart of Linlithgow.
West Lothian Council is creating the new Partnership Centre at the town's County Buildings that will see the existing building fully refurbished to allow a range of different uses to be accommodated.
Plans are to relocate a number of facilities in the completed building including; Linlithgow Library, Customer Information Services, Local History Library, Family History Society, Annet House and St Michael's Day Centre for the elderly.
|Park consultation set for Watson Park, Armadale|
|Local people in Armadale are being asked for their feedback on plans to improve Watson Park.
West Lothian Council is planning to invest nearly £1 million to develop new outdoor, four team public changing accommodation at the park.
The project includes new footpaths, benches, flowers and play equipment, and improvements to the pitch drainage.
The council is keen to hear the views of local park users, groups and members of the public on the proposals being put forward, with a public consultation event being held on Monday 23 May at 6pm at Armadale Academy's Community Sports Hub.
|West Lothian has retained its Fairtrade Zone Status|
|West Lothian Fairtrade Zone Steering Group has successfully retained Fairtrade Zone status for West Lothian for a further two years.
West Lothian was awarded Fairtrade Zone status in recognition of the strong support for Fairtrade and the achievement of five qualifying goals, such as a wide availability of Fairtrade products in local shops and catering outlets, high levels of support from local people, businesses, the council, faith groups and schools.
|Air Quality Management Consultation for Newton|
|A one-month consultation process opened on 16 May on declaring an Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) in Newton.
Air Quality in Newton has been assessed in detail and it has found that the levels of air pollution at specific receptors are likely to exceed Air Quality Objectives for particulate matter (PM10).
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