Livingston lies at a distance of around 25 Km on the western side of Edinburgh and 50 Km on the eastern side of Glasgow. Moreover, it’s bordered by towns such as ‘Broxburn’ on the north-eastern side and Bathgate on the north-western side.
Livingston enjoys the credit of being the biggest town within West Lothian region. It had been built around constellation of petite villages, Bellsquarry, Livingston Village, and Livingston Station; which is called ‘Deans or Dechmont’ now. Livingston contains numerous residential areas or precincts. These are inclusive of Howden, Knightsridge, East Calder, Uphall Station, Mid Calder, Polbeth, and Pumpherston.
As per 2001 census, population of Livingston was 50826. Moreover, an urban ‘agglomeration population was 59511.
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