Uddingston is a suburb of Glasgow, seven miles to the south-east of the city centre and approximately two miles east of the Glasgow City Council district of Broomhouse. It is bounded to the south-west by the River Clyde as it flows north-west through Glasgow and separates Uddingston, along with some woodland, from Blantyre and Cambuslang. As such, the Clyde Walkway and National Cycle Route 75 both traverse the town.
The nearest settlement to Uddingston is the village of Bothwell, two miles to the east.
The village of Uddingston, which is contained exclusively within the boundaries of South Lanarkshire Council, houses around 5,000 residents. However, the nearby villages of Tannochside, Calderbraes, Viewpark, Birkenshaw and Spindlehowe form a continuous conurbation with Uddingston and are considered districts of Uddingston. As a result, the population of this larger manifestation of Uddingston is approximately 25,000 residents. Greater Uddingston shares a boundary with the nearby town of Bellshill (three miles separate the town centres), is four miles south of Coatbridge and via Bothwell four and a half miles north-west of Hamilton.
Work place accidents
Workplace accidents are not that common, thankfully, but when they do you may want to consult with a specialist lawyer such as no win no fee Uddingston lawyers (or wherever you may be from.
Accident Advice Helpline are a national law firm, specialising in no fault accident claims, and have teams of in house lawyers like no win no fee Uddingston solicitors.
Established in the year 2000, they have helped tens of thousands of people claim the compensation that they are legally, and morally, entitled to.
You can gain the services of a no win no fee Uddingston lawyer by showing that you meet the criteria for a no win no fee claim.
If you can answer yes to the following, then your next step should be to get in touch with us.
- The accident in which you were injured, was not your fault
- You must have sought medical help / advice following the accident
- The accident cannot have occurred more than three years ago
If you can answer positively to those, then you contact us today on: 0800 689 0500
from a landline or: 0333 500 0993 from a mobile.
Date Published: 20th March 2014
Author: David Brown