Proposed Development

Robroyston

Robroyston, G33 1TG

Learn more about our exciting proposed development in Robroyston.

We are delighted to confirm that Glasgow City Council’s Planning Applications Committee have backed our plans for new homes, open space and community uses in Robroyston, Glasgow. The Committee supported our application for planning permission in principle for residential development and associated works at Auchinairn Road and a separate planning application for a new roundabout access on Robroyston Road.

The development will provide around 350 new homes with a mix of styles to appeal to a wide range of buyers and we’re fully committed to working with the local Community, Glasgow City Council, and other key stakeholders to bring forward detailed plans later in the year.
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

The development plans to provide around 350 new homes with a mix of styles to appeal to a wide range of buyers which will be within an attractive landscape setting.
The development will provide generous public open space connected by green networks that include new pedestrian and cycle links, as well as pocket parks and an equipped play area for the enjoyment of the new and existing community. There will also be the provision of a new community space as well as the associated infrastructure required for a development of this scale.

In addition, through engagement with the Community Council, approximately five acres of land at Briarcroft will be transferred from Taylor Wimpey to the community. This will help facilitate a range of new community uses including a garden, exercise area and memorial. We have also agreed to provide safe crossing points over Robroyston Road, which will connect to existing and improved footpath network to allow the community to safely access schools, public transport, local services and facilities by walking and cycling rather than by private car.