a growing community

Southdale is contributing to the sustainable growth of Armadale, offering new and exciting opportunities for the entire community.

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Welcome to Southdale

Southdale is one of Scotland’s largest and fastest growing regeneration projects. Located immediately south of the town of Armadale in West Lothian, situated almost halfway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, this £400m mixed-use development offers considerable opportunities for both residential and commercial developers.

The vision for Southdale, which is being delivered by developer EWP Investments, is of a thriving community fully integrated with Armadale. It offers new homes, good schools, shops, cafes and restaurants, leisure facilities, local jobs, convenient road, rail and cycle links, as well as a wide range of other amenities for the area.

Southdale also boasts easy access to the A801, M8 and Armadale railway station.

It is hoped that when complete Southdale will provide around 2,000 houses and flats and occupy over 440 acres. Land has also been set aside for a variety of employment uses, creating considerable commercial opportunities.

The development commands excellent views over the West Lothian countryside and includes extensive public parks and tree-lined avenues.

A masterplan for Southdale connects homes: to the new primary school, to parks, to shops and restaurants, to transport links and to other services. The current aerial overview of the development can be found here.

Southdale is an ideal place to live, work and play. Come and be part of our connected community. Read more


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Lidl plans major Scottish expansion including distribution centre at Southdale

23 January 2015

Lidl has submitted a notification to West Lothian Council to apply for a relocation of its Scottish Regional Distribution Centre (RDC) to a site at Southdale, Armadale, one of Scotland’s largest and fastest growing regeneration projects. The existing RDC in Livingston opened in 1996 and has since received several extensions... Read more