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Dargavel Village

£187,000 - £291,000

Dargavel Village, Bishopton is a thriving new community on the west coast of Scotland, and our development of new homes is playing a key role in delivering the masterplan vision that will transform the local area.

Our development of 176 new homes off Craigton Drive, Dargavel Village, Bishopton offers a choice of 11 styles of three and four bedroom homes.


Our new Sales Centre, on Craigton Drive, is now open.

Craigton Drive - Bishopton - Renfrewshire - PA7 5FT

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      The four bedroom detached Geddes offers superb family accommodation and kerb appeal. The open-plan kitchen/breakfast area with French doors that lead to the rear garden is ideal for informal family dining. The separate lounge and dining room offer further comfortable family living and also great entertaining space. Upstairs there are four well-proportioned bedrooms. The master bedroom boasts an en suite shower room and bedrooms two and three share a Jack/Jill en suite shower room. A handy integral garage offers practical storage.

    • Part exchange available

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      This home has space for a growing family. An open-plan kitchen/breakfast area with French doors offers ideal informal family dining, and there is a study is which a perfect home-office. Four well proportioned bedrooms are offered upstairs with bedrooms two and three having a Jack/Jill en suite, and the master bedroom is a stylish retreat with en suite.

    • Part exchange available

      4 bedroom Detached house from


      This home has space for a growing family. An open-plan kitchen/breakfast area with French doors offers ideal informal family dining, and there is a study is which a perfect home-office. Four well proportioned bedrooms are offered upstairs with bedrooms two and three having a Jack/Jill en suite, and the master bedroom is a stylish retreat with en suite.

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      4 bedroom Detached house from


      This home has space for a growing family. An open-plan kitchen/breakfast area with French doors offers ideal informal family dining, and there is a study is which a perfect home-office. Four well proportioned bedrooms are offered upstairs with bedrooms two and three having a Jack/Jill en suite, and the master bedroom is a stylish retreat with en suite.

      Part exchange available

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    Location, location, location is a phrase that can apply to villages as well as houses – and the village of Bishopton certainly has a fine location.

    It’s just 24 minutes by train to powerhouse Glasgow from Bishopton’s own railway station, while poetic Loch Lomond and the beautiful sandy beach at Lunderston Bay are both within 20 miles.  

    And it gets better; the new homes at Bishopton are just five miles from Glasgow International Airport, bringing the world within reach. But there’s plenty on the doorstep too – the village has shops for day-to-day living, pubs and a local primary school.

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    School pupils capture life now in time capsule challenge for Taylor Wimpey at Dargavel Village, Bishopton

    The pupils at Bishopton Primary have been studying their local area both past and present, and when the team at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland heard about this project they challenged the whole school to capture a snapshot of life in 2017 to create a time capsule that will be sealed until 2067. 

    The time capsule will make a very interesting discovery in 50 years’ time, and it marks Taylor Wimpey West Scotland’s ongoing commitment to the Dargavel Village development in Bishopton.

    Working in their classes, the children have created an interesting picture of modern life in Bishopton which is now sealed for future discovery and includes letters to their future self; a selection of coins; and ‘all about me’ banners which tell the recipient about their favourite things to do locally.  They’ve also provided the current school menu, a small whiteboard, a calculator, as well as a pen and a pencil with a note asking ‘do you still use these?’

    The pupils have fully embraced and enjoyed the project that was set for them by the Taylor Wimpey team as Ruth Burnett, Class Teacher of Bishopton Primary School comments:  “This has been a fun project for the whole school to be involved in, and it’s an opportunity for the children to make a little bit of local history in their own town.  

    “In school we’ve been learning about the local history of Bishopton and comparing what we see now to photographs of many years ago.  This project has been a great way for the children to think about the regular items they use in their everyday life and whether children in the future will still use them in 50 years’ time.  Knowing they’ve played a part in this significant development in Dargavel Village is very exciting.”

    Audrey Ross, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland comments:  “A time capsule is a fun way of communicating from the present day to the future, and our project with Bishopton Primary School is a great way for us to capture some memories of what it’s like to be a child growing up in Bishopton now. 

    “The children have really embraced this project and they’ve provided some great artefacts that will now be sealed until 2067!”





    We are delighted confirm that we have secured detailed planning consent from Renfrewshire Council for a further 176 new homes at Dargavel Village, Bishopton.

    The development will deliver a wide mix of three and four bedroom family homes with an impressive range of 11 styles of homes to choose from ensuring this development appeals to a wide range of buyers, and complements our current developments within Dargavel Village, Bishopton.  

    Stephen Andrew, Technical Director adds:  “We are delighted to confirm that detailed planning consent has been granted for our land off Slateford Road within Dargavel Village, Bishopton.  This is an opportunity for us to extend our landholding and commitment to the local area, as well as continue to play a key role in creation and delivery of the Dargavel Village master plan, which is already going some way to assist in the regeneration of the local area as buyers take the opportunity to become part of this impressive development.”

    Hints and Tips to Provide the Perfect Wildlife Winter Retreat

    While homeowners are looking forward to spending a cosy autumn in the warmth of their homes, we’re asking them to spare a thought for the wild creatures facing a cold few months outside.Earlier this year we teamed up with The Wildlife Trusts, giving advice to residents to help them make their gardens nature-friendly during the spring and summer – and we now offering a host of helpful hints and tips to give wildlife a helping hand as winter approaches and the temperature drops. Birds, bats, frogs, hedgehogs and insects all need to find a welcoming winter retreat – and here’s how homeowners can do their bit:

    • Be an early bird: You might think the ideal time to put up nest-boxes would be spring, but it’s actually early winter. Blue tits and great tits will begin looking for nest sites in late winter so get your box up early. 
    • Feeding time: Whether you make your own bird feeder or buy one, feeding garden birds in winter can make a real difference to their survival. In the coldest weather fat balls are a great source of food and providing foods such as sunflower seeds will ensure your garden is popular with greenfinches and chaffinches as well as blue tits, great tits and – if you are lucky – coal and marsh tits. If you put the feeders near a house window you can enjoy bird-watching from the comfort of your home!
    • Hedge your bets: Planting trees or hedge plants such as hawthorn, rowan and holly  will provide berries for birds in winter as well as places to nest in the spring. Winter is the best time for planting, although you need to choose a day when the ground is not frozen! 
    • Heaps of help: A log pile or a compost heap is also a good option – hedgehogs love places like this in winter. These structures need to be maintained to make them appealing and safe, but be extra careful when clearing up – you never know if a pile of autumn leaves is hiding something vulnerable. Compost heaps are also good at generating the types of insect that bats like.
    • Hotel hideaways: Hibernating animals need somewhere sheltered where they won't be disturbed all winter.  Check out the Wildlife Trusts’ activity sheets here www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/activity-sheets. These include advice on making a hibernaculum, an insect hotel, or other hidey holes for wildlife – mostly from household odds and ends! 
    • Bats love bugs: Grow plants with flowers that are likely to attract moths and other night-flying insects as this will increase the food supply for bats (white or pale coloured flowers are more likely to be seen by nocturnal insects) – and be more tolerant of bugs in general! A few caterpillars will not cause much damage but they will turn into a juicy meal for a bat.
    • Give a bat a home: Bat boxes can be purchased from garden centres or made from unplaned wood that has not been treated with wood preservatives. Choose locations (tree trunks or walls of buildings) with a sunny southerly or westerly aspect and avoid placing boxes above doors or windows, or anywhere that the bats might be disturbed by people or pets. 
    • Peace, man: Be aware of the sorts of places that bats use as shelter – dark places, such as in hollow trees, roof spaces, under tiles and soffits, loose bark on trees, or in splits in the trunks and branches of trees – and do not disturb them!

    Taylor Wimpey helps local school children with field-trip to Dargavel Village, Bishopton

    Taylor Wimpey welcomed the class of Primary 5 from St John Bosco Primary in Erskine to Dargavel Village, Bishopton as they begin a local study project where they are learning about proposed land use development.  
    The visit was the perfect start to the children’s project to allow them to see first-hand the transformation that is already underway at the development near Bishopton, whilst also having the opportunity to understand a bit more about the future vision for this significant area of land.


    We gave a lesson in safety to Bishopton Primary

    During a visit to our development, we gave the local children of primary three at Bishopton Primary School some reminders about health and safety as production of our new homes at the development is now in full swing.  We’re always keen to promote the dangers associated with playing near any construction site, and raise awareness of the children’s need to be extra vigilant as work progresses in their local area.

    Dargavel Village Community School Site Visit

    Scottish Planning Minister drops in at Dargavel Village

    Derek Mackay MSP (Minister for Local Government and Planning) took the opportunity to visit and see for himself the progress of the construction of new homes at Dargavel Village, Bishopton.  During his time as Leader of Renfrewshire Council, Mr Mackay played a key role in the overall development of the Bishopton masterplan.  Following an on-site visit to see for himself the transformation that is underway Mr Mackay said: "Seeing firsthand the progress that's being made in the initial phase of new housing at Dargavel Village was a great opportunity to see the commitment and drive from the developers to make the vision for the former Royal Ordnance Factory site in Bishopton become a reality.  I'm delighted to hear from Taylor Wimpey that the demand for new homes at Dargavel Village is well ahead of expectations, and that crucially there's a strong interest from a wide range of buyers from both the local market as well as further afield."


    Derek Mackay MSP visits Dargavel Village Bishopton

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    Help to Buy (Scotland)

    The Cabinet Secretary for Social Justice, Communities and Pensioners’ Rights, Mr Neil, launched the Help to Buy (Scotland) scheme on 21 January 2016.

    You'll need to contribute a minimum 85% of the purchase price of a home through a combination of a mortgage and your deposit. You'll be able to obtain assistance from the Scottish Government of up to a maximum of 15% of the purchase price. The Scottish Government equity stake will be by way of shared equity agreement and second-ranking.

    The maximum prices for the Help to Buy properties are as follows:

    • For financial year 2017/18 for transactions completing up to 31 March 2018, the threshold price is £200,000;
    • For financial year 2018/19 for transactions completing up to 31 March 2019, the threshold price will now remain at £200,000;


    The scheme will accept applications from applicants from 1st March 2016 onwards.

    Search for a new home using the search tool at the bottom of this page, then speak to one of our Sales Executives at the development of your choice. You can make an appointment online, give us a call, or simply drop by. We’ll be happy to discuss your requirements.

This development is managed by the West Scotland Taylor Wimpey regional office