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Helensburgh

Off Cardross Road - Helensburgh - Argyll and Bute

New homes proposed in Helensburgh

  • Overview

    We have secured planning consent to deliver 95 new homes for the former Hermitage Academy site in Helensburgh from Argyll and Bute Council.  It represents a significant investment in the local area that will see us contribute to the wider local economy.  

  • About the site

    The site is currently designated under the adopted local plan for residential use.

    In 2011 Argyll and Bute Council commissioned a masterplan for the site which included a proportion of the site for social housing, which has recently been completed by  Dunbritton Housing Association. Our design for the remaining site is sympathetic to the aspirations of the masterplan. 

  • What's proposed?

    Our development of 95 new homes will range from two bedroom semi-detached homes to four bedroom detached homes.

    Our designs aspire to create a high-quality place to live that has been designed to fit comfortably into the existing landscape as well as enhance the adjacent settlements.

     
  • News and Updates

    November, 2016

    We can confirm that detailed planning consent has been secured from Argyll and Bute Council for 95 new homes at the former Hermitage Academy site, Cardross Road, in Helensburgh.

    Stephen Andrew, Technical Director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland adds: “We are delighted to confirm that detailed planning consent has been granted for our land at the former Hermitage Academy site on Cardross Road. This consent will allow us to build our first development in Helensburgh, and we’re really looking forward to bringing forward a development that offers buyers a great choice of new homes.

    “This planning consent marks our ongoing commitment, investment and strong track record of delivering excellent quality developments of family homes right across the west of Scotland.”