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Barrhead

Springfield Road - Barrhead - East Renfrewshire - G78 2SG

We are proposing to submit a planning application for a mix of two, three and four bedroom family homes at land off Springfield Road, Barhead.

  • Overview

    Springfield Road, Barrhead

    We are in the process of preparing a planning application for a new housing development off Springfield Road in Barrhead.

    The site forms part of the Barrhead South Masterplan which is one of the three Strategic Development Opportunities (SDO) promoted in the East Renfrewshire Local Development Plan and has the capacity for around 1,000 new homes.

    Our current proposal is to deliver 274 new family homes including 15% affordable housing.  Our housing mix comprises two, three and four bedroom homes with  the mix being finalised through the planning process.  Public open space, play areas and landscaping will be provided and the development designs incorporate the Spierston Burn running through the site.  

  • Updates

    Community Engagement

    As part of our commitment to community engagement we hosted a public exhibition of proposals for the site which displayed our plans to deliver a residential development of new homes along with associated engineering and infrastructure works.

    The event was held on Wednesday 28th June 2017 at Barrhead Foundry, Main Street, Barrhead and members of the public were encouraged to visit and share their views.

    The consultation boards on display are available to view via the following link: Community Consultation Boards

    Our proposal for the development is likely to evolve as we work and review the useful feedback that we received.  The public have until Friday 14th July to submit feedback prior to our planning application.  We will look to address the matters that were raised with us around the scale of the development and the impact that it may have as we work through a number of technical studies and site investigations in order to deliver the best overall solution for the area. 

    We were equally encouraged to learn that many of the people who attended were in favour of the proposed development, and thought it would bring benefits to the area. In general terms, the provision of new homes was welcomed, with many people keen to know more about the style of homes that may be on offer.  

    Additionally, the wider economic benefits for existing shops and businesses were also recognised as positive outcomes of our proposed development.