Almond Housing Association Offices, Etive Walk Housing Livingston, Building

Etive Walk Housing, Livingston

Almond Housing Association Livingston – design by Austin Smith Lord, Scotland

30 Aug 2011

Almond Housing Association Offices & Etive Walk Housing

Location: Livingston, West Lothian, central Scotland

Design: Austin Smith Lord

Etive Walk Housing Livingston

Photos: Keith Hunter Photography

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Almond Housing Association Offices & Etive Walk Housing, Livingston images from Keith Hunter Photography

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13 Oxford Rd, Renfrew PA4 0SJ
0141 886 4503 mob 07831 117980

Almond Housing Association, West Lothian

Almond Housing Association is the largest Housing Association in West Lothian. During the past ten years we have provided new affordable homes for more than 1800 people.

From our start as a fledgling Housing Association running management services for the Livingston Development Corporation (LDC), achieving tenant ballot success, gaining more and more experience in building homes and communities, we have become the largest Housing Association in West Lothian.

Most of our 2508 properties are located in the Craigshill, Eliburn, Howden and Ladywell areas of Livingston.

Livingston Architecture

Livingston Architectural Designs – selection:

Livingston Buildings
Glenmorangie Bottling Plant
photo : Keith Hunter
Livingston Buildings

The Elements
Design: BDP – formerly Building Design Partnership
Elements Square
photo © Adrian Price BDP
The Elements shopping centre

Glasgow Housing

Glasgow Houses

Architecture in West Lothian

Historic Architecture in West Lothian Area – architectural selection below:

Hopetoun House
The large country mansion building was designed by Scottish architects Sir William Bruce + William Adam around 1721. Twentieth century conservation work at Hopetoun House has included major roof repairs and complex repairs to colonnade stonework.

Lauriston Castle
History: 16th century towerhouse with 19th century additions: extended & modernised in 1824-27 by William Burn.

Blackness Castle
In 1870 the castle building was redeveloped as a central ammunition depot with a pier out into the Forth to land ammunition from ships. After the First World War the military left Blackness castle and it became the Office of Works for renovation.

A historic Edinburgh building on this website:

Liberton Tower

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