Go-ahead for services plan

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DETAILED plans to transform Linlithgow’s County Buildings into a one-stop shop for public services are set to go ahead.

More than £140,000 would be invested in creating a Linlithgow Partnership Centre in the High Street.

The building will include a relocated Linlithgow library and new offices for Lothian and Borders Police.

All customer enquiries would be handled from a redecorated reception area, with new ­meeting spaces created for community groups.

West Lothian Council are expected to give the green light on Tuesday to seeking ­planning permission and ­building warrants.

Six buildings, along with a health centre and police ­station, are being used to deliver council services under existing arrangements.