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Howden, Livingston

Howden is an area of the new town of Livingston, the largest town in West Lothian, Scotland. Howden is bordered by the Craigshill (to the east), Ladywell (to the north), Almondvale (to the south) and Kirkton (to the west). It is named after the 18th-century Howden House, which is currently empty, although the adjacent stable block has been converted into the Howden Park Centre, an arts and entertainment venue. 2012 brought the start of construction on the 18th century building. A developer is turning the classic building into apartments with the land behind it also getting new apartments built.



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. Just like every where else I suppose.
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