Welcome to Winchburgh, a £1billion development where the convenience of living close to the city meets all the benefits of country life including extensive parks and a canal-side marina. It is a place where you can live well and be part of a thriving community, and where work, leisure, education, shops and green space can be found on your doorstep.

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From one-bedroom canal-side apartments, two and three bed affordable houses, to six-bedroom family homes, Winchburgh’s properties appeal to a wide range of homebuyers, including young professionals, first-time buyers, growing families and older couples looking to downsize.

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The community is the real heart of Winchburgh – a strength that’s reflected in the wide range of activities you can get involved with.

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Modern schools, new shops, outstanding green spaces and transport links are all on offer at Winchburgh.

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Winchburgh’s location is ideal for commuters. Edinburgh city centre, Falkirk and Livingston are all within 30 minutes by car and great transport links including Edinburgh Park are only 20 minutes away. Glasgow too is only just over an hours drive.

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The first reference to the settlement at “Wincelburgh” appeared in 1169 when the land is confirmed to Philip de Setune (Seton) by William the Lion, King of Scots.

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23.11.22

As the new M9 motorway junction at Winchburgh nears completion after ten months of complex engineering and construction work, Winchburgh Academy pupils have become the first members of public to set foot on the newly built, major transport link.

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11.11.22

Winchburgh Developments Limited (WDL) West Lothian College and Winchburgh Academy have joined together to launch a 16 week ‘Developing Winchburgh’ Schools Partnership.

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03.11.22

To celebrate Halloween this year, the Winchburgh Community Growing Group hosted 525 people at their first Spooktacular Halloween Hunt in Auldcathie District Park set on the recently formed 1.5 acre growing area.

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03.11.22

A major landfill reclamation project on the edge of Winchburgh, in West Lothian, has won the UK’s ‘Best Sustainable/Urban Regeneration/Infrastructure Scheme’ at the Environmental Analyst’s 18th annual Brownfield Awards Ceremony in London.

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26.09.22

Shoppers around Winchburgh are set to benefit from a new Sainsbury’s, located in the new centre of Winchburgh, one of Scotland’s biggest community development projects, the 12,000 square-foot store is set to open by Spring 2024.

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30.08.22

The children of Winchburgh staked their ‘claim’ on their own designed playpark last Thursday. Over 500 children marked the official opening of the Auldcathie Playpark with a picnic and parade of flags featuring their reflections on Winchburgh.

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02.08.22

A formal planning application has now been submitted to West Lothian Council to create a major new park on the site of the historic Winchburgh Brickworks.

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08.07.22

The Winchburgh Children's Gala is making a return after a two-year break caused by the pandemic, with a packed schedule of family fun and entertainment.

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03.06.22

Since opening in February 2022, Tiptoes Nursery is already proving to be a great asset to the community.

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08.04.22

Raymond Archer has lived in Winchburgh for the best part of 80 years. In celebration of the community’s rich heritage, he shares his story, which has been shaped by the land, people and industry of the area.

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