Livingston is the biggest town in West Lothian, Scotland. Assigned in 1962, it is the fourth post-war new town to be worked in Scotland. Taking its name from the town of Livingston in West Lothian, it was initially created in the-then districts of Midlothian and West Lothian. It is arranged around fifteen miles west of Edinburgh and thirty miles east of Glasgow, and is near the towns of Broxburn toward the north-east and Bathgate toward the north-west.
It was worked around a gathering of little towns, Livingston Village, Bellsquarry and Livingston Station. It has ious private regions or zones. These incorporate Craigshill, Howden, Ladywell, Knightsridge, Deans, Dedridge, Murieston, Almondvale, Eliburn, Kirkton and Adambrae. Toward the north of Craigshill, lies the Houstoun Industrial Estate. The area of Livingston as characterized by the General Register Office for Scotland incorporates Uphall Station and Pumpherston.
The more extensive urban settlement, additionally as characterized by the GRO, likewise incorporates Mid Calder and East Calder. Other neighboring towns include: Kirknewton, Polbeth and West Calder. The 2001 UK Census detailed that the town had populace of 50,826. The 2011 UK Census demonstrated the number of inhabitants in Livingston had expanded to 56,269. Livingston is the second-biggest settlement in the Lothians after Edinburgh. Until 1963, the zone encompassing the old town of Livingston was open farmland, and the old town is currently called Livingston Village.