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As one of the first ‘New Towns’ in Scotland, built around a number of small villages after the second World War, Livingston has seen itself rebrand itself throughout the years. A major town of the ‘Silicon Glen,’ Scotland’s tech-based industry till the 90s, Livingston is now mostly a suburban area perfect for those both wanting local commercial jobs and for those looking to commute into Edinburgh or Glasgow.
If you plan to buy, sell, or re-mortgage property in Livingston, it is important to ensure you hire a conveyancing solicitor or licenced conveyancer. Conveyancing solicitors will deal with the paperwork and the whole legal side of your property transaction, which is often complicated and time consuming. Livingston property lawyers will also make you aware of any significant plans or changes that might affect the property you are buying, and on reallymoving.com all our conveyancing solicitors are regulated by the Law Society of Scotland.
Situated only 25 minutes away from Edinburgh, 55 minutes away from Glasgow by rail and just south of the M8 passageway, Livingston has the benefit of being a modern town with great rail and road connections to Scotland’s two major cities. With your conveyancing solicitor taking the legal work off your hands, you will have time to explore the attractions Livingston has to offer. The Livingston Designer Outlet has around 100 shops and a cinema multiplex, and the town is also home to the Almond Valley Heritage Centre, a museum and family-friendly farm.
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