Almond Housing Association is the second largest landlord in West Lothian with a stock of over 2500 properties and 655 garages.
We provide quality homes throughout West Lothian, and during the past ten years we have provided new affordable homes for more than 1800 people.
Craigshill is a residential area in the east of Livingston. Almond Housing Association's offices are located in Craigshill, so is the majority of our stock. Find out more.
Ladywell is a residential area in the West of Livingston and is bordered by Howden, Knighsridge and Deans with Craigshill Livingston's largest residential area to the East. Find out more.
Howden is bordered by Craigshill (to the east), Ladywell (to the north), Almondvale (to the south) and Kirkton (to the west). Find out more.
Eliburn, one of the newest areas of Livingston, is mostly private housing. However, there is constant development of both affordable and private housing. Find out more.
The town of Whitburn, to the west of Livingston, is currently undergoing a massive redevelopment. "Heartlands" one of Europe’s largest brownfield regeneration projects, is set to change the face of Whitburn. Find out more.
Deans and Carmondean
Deans and Carmondean are a small community, situated in the northern part of Livingston, where construction began 1962. Find out more.
However, we also have a limited stock in other areas, such as Armadale, Bathgate and Mid Calder.
The Association also acts as Factor for 184 properties which are owned by others. If you are a home owner, see more information about our factoring services.
How to apply for a property
Anyone over 16 years old can apply for a house with us – all you need to do if to fill out a Housing Application Form. Find out more about how to apply for a house.
Vacant properties are allocated using a Group Quota system and on a points basis to make sure that those in the most housing need are given priority.
Our Housing Stock
Our housing stock comprises different types of properties, including houses, bungalows, flats and bedsits. To find out what type of housing we can provide in the areas you may be interested in, see our Breakdown of Stock.
Almond Housing Association was set up in 1994 to provide Livingston tenants with the opportunity of continuity in the provision of housing services following the wind up of Livingston Development Corporation (LDC), and many of our current properties were originally built by the LDC in the early days of the new town of Livingston.
We also own a substantial amount of new build properties, as the lead developer for the West Lothian Development Alliance working with West Lothian Council and The Scottish Government to provide quality new build homes for rent in the West Lothian area.
See more on New Build Developments.