Proving very popular, the centre attracts people from not only all over Scotland but even from as far as London. They regularly get far flung visitors, from England and the North of Scotland, who then take advantage of other facilities in Livingston during their visit - e.g., local hotels, shops and restaurants and we are proud of this knock on benefits to local businesses.
The centre has really made an impact and it's success has generated a lot of news and feature coverage in national publications, such as The Herald.
The Scottish Self Build Visitors Centre is open seven days a week (8.30-17.30, Mon -Fri and 10.00 -16.00 Sat & Sun) and has toilet and coffee facilities for visitors.
It is a permanent exhibition hall with a wide variety of 3-D exhibits from manufacturers across the UK which guide visitors through every step of the self build process. The experience is enhanced by a variety of case studies, computer animation and a wealth of complementary informative literature.
There are no admission charges whatsoever and the last weekend in every month features a free seminar programme by an expert self build author which people can drop into
Self-Build Centre: http://www.selfbuildvisitorcentre.co.uk/