Broxburn lies to the north of the M8. It was once two distinct settlements, Broxburn to the East and Uphall to the West. The area we now know as Broxburn began to develop in the early 1820s, with the building of the Union Canal. It developed further in 1849 when the railway was built nearby.
The town was further boosted in 1859, when it was discovered that the area was built on layers of rich oil bearing shale. This meant that Broxburn played a key part in the West Lothian oil boom of the late 1800s.
Our office is located on West Main Street and was once an old church. There is plenty of off street parking available at the front of the office.
You can call us 24 hours a day on 01506 852655, or you can visit us at 18 West Main Street Broxburn EH52 5RH, the office is open from 09:00 to 17:00 Monday to Friday.