Timber buildings in Bathgate, West Lothian



Bathgate is an ancient town located just two miles from the Neolithic burial site at Cairnpapple. In 1315, Marjorie Bruce, the daughter of Robert the Bruce, married Walter Stewart, the 6th Lord High Steward of Scotland. Her dowry included Bathgate and its castle.

Today, Bathgate Castle is reduced to the foundations, but the royal wedding of almost 700 years ago is still celebrated every year as part of Bathgate Galaday. Bathgate’s other great benefactor was John Newlands, the Scottish owner of a plantation in Jamaica. He built the Bathgate Academy, which is Bathgate’s largest historic building. It has now been converted into flats. Historically, Bathgate was a centre for mining and manufacturing.

The main employer is Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs department, which is sited at a former Motorola Factory.

Anchor Timber Buildings

Bathgate is a comfortable town where most families have a patch of green to call their own. Many residents of Bathgate are looking for sheds, workshops, and garages to enhance their gardens and to provide sheltered space for cars, bicycles, motorbikes, scooters, power tools and other types of mechanical equipment.

Whether you live in Bathgate or in a nearby village or town, Anchor Timber Buildings can offer you the best selection of competitively priced storage sheds, garden sheds, wooden playhouses, and other timber outbuildings available in central Scotland. If none of the 60+ standard buildings we can construct suit your needs, then we can design a bespoke timber building to match your existing foundations or to suit the space that you have available.

We’re located across the Forth, in Leslie, and we have a huge selection of ready-constructed timber buildings outside our workshop for your perusal. We’d love it if you came to visit us, but you can also order a timber building, made in Scotland, from our website. Delivery and construction are included in the cost, and all of our wood is grown in sustainably managed forests.