Proposed Development

Stoneyetts View

Moodiesburn, G69 0PB

Learn more about our exciting new development in Stoneyetts, Moodiesburn

Located off Gartferry Road, we have received planning permission from North Lanarkshire Council to build 121 new homes within the wider masterplan development of land at the former Stoneyetts Hospital site in Moodiesburn.

Enjoying the convenience of the M80 and M73 motorways nearby, Stoneyetts View will deliver 121 new homes including a mix of two, three and four bedroom homes - ideal if you’re looking for your first home or moving up the ladder.

Stoneyetts View will deliver key infrastructure as part of the masterplan vision such as new roads, as well as the tranquillity of the existing woodland within the site which will be retained and enhanced with new woodland paths that will also link to the existing countryside footpath network.
Some images are used for illustrative purposes only and include optional upgrades at additional cost. Development managed by Taylor Wimpey West Scotland.

Development Map

Masterplan

We’ve secured planning approval to create a new community in Moodiesburn by North Lanarkshire Council in June 2021.  Stoneyetts View will offer 121 new homes including two, three and four bedroom homes in a variety of styles to appeal to a wide range of buyers and lifestyles.

The development is part of the wider masterplan development of land at the former Stoneyetts Hospital site in Moodiesburn. Our application to amend the existing planning consent, which was in place for the development masterplan, has allowed us to provide detailed proposals for the housing mix, landscaping and building materials for the development area.

There will be plenty of open space for the community to enjoy as the development is set within mature woodland which will be retained and enhanced with new woodland paths that will link to the existing countryside footpath network.

As well as retaining the existing Stoneyetts Bowling Club on the development, which will remain open while the development construction is underway, our proposals include additional community benefits through an agreement with North Lanarkshire Council which will see contributions of over £1 million go towards education, affordable housing and play facilities.

Homes proposed

Stoneyetts View will offer an impressive range of two and three bedroom terrace and semi-detached homes, as well as four bedroom detached homes in a variety of styles and sizes to appeal to a wide range of customers.
The mix of homes which will be available at Stoneyetts View includes the 2 bedroom Andrew home, 3 bedroom Baxter, Blair and Chalmers homes and 4 bedroom Drummond, Fraser, Geddes 5, Hughes & Maxwell homes. 

Street scenes

The appearance of our homes have been thoughtfully designed to create character and a sense of place.
Our homes have been designed with a mixture of white render and stone brickwork. The varied positioning of the homes provides enhanced character and an easy place to find your way around. The development maximises the latest Scottish Government Planning Policy for Designing Streets which put pedestrians and cyclists first, to help encourage their use as social spaces and creates a sense of place.

About our proposals

Economic benefits

We want to deliver new homes and facilities that positively benefit the wider community.
Our proposals include additional community benefits through an agreement with North Lanarkshire Council which will see contributions of over £1 million go towards education, affordable housing and play facilities.

Open space

Ensuring our residents and the local community have access to beautiful green open space is a key consideration for us.
The development design has ensured there will be plenty of open space for the residents of Stoneyetts View and the wider community to enjoy. Woodland walking paths will run centrally through the existing mature woodland area and equipped and informal play areas will be provided within the wider masterplan development. 

Community benefits

Previous use

The land was formerly the Stoneyetts Hospital and grounds, which operated as a psychiatric hospital between 1913 and 1992. The site has been unused, with exception of the on-site bowling club and an informal walking route for locals, since the hospital’s closure.  The site was sold to Miller Homes from the NHS / Scottish Ministers in December 2020.