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Torrance Place

Near Holytown Golf Course - Holytown - North Lanarkshire

Development of over 600 new homes offering a mix of two, three and four bedroom family homes at land near Torrance Park Golf Course, Holytown.  

  • Overview

    Torrance Place

    Our Torrance Park and Torrance Gardens developments form a key part of the multi-million-pound masterplan vision for Holytown, North Lanarkshire.  

    As part of our commitment to the area, we have already delivered 222 new homes as well as local transport improvements such as the new roundabout on the A723, which have contributed towards a vibrant and new merging community for everyone to enjoy. A new clubhouse for Torrance Golf Course nearby has also contributed to the transformation of the local area.

    As Torrance Park continues to grow, the overall plan for this development includes over 600 new homes offering a mix of two, three and four bedroom homes as well as landscaping, parks and open spaces for the benefit of the whole community to enjoy.

    These local developments are already home to a wide range of families, and as our masterplan vision becomes a reality our commitment to this growing community in North Lanarkshire continues. 

     

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  • What's proposed

    What's proposed

    The site forms part of the phase two masterplan at Torrance Park, a mixed-use development that will include over 600 new two, three and four bedroom homes and a small neighbourhood retail centre together with associated infrastructure, landscaping and open spaces.

     

    Site Layout

    Phase 2 Layout

  • Community

    Community

    We’re flying the flag for local North Lanarkshire schools

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    Taylor Wimpey West Scotland challenged the senior pupils of two local North Lanarkshire primary schools - Holytown and Christ the King - to design a flag to mark the launch of its latest phase of new homes at its Torrance Gardens development in Holytown.  

    The winning design by primary 7 pupil, Brooke McKinstray, from Holytown Primary has been produced into a flag that now flies at the entrance to the development to welcome new visitors, existing customers and homeowners alike.  Brooke won a £50 cinema voucher, a framed copy of her winning design and the opportunity to visit the development with the eight runners-up to see the flag flying high at the entrance to the development. 

    The judges also picked four runner-up flag designs from each school to receive prizes of a £15 cinema voucher each and a framed copy of their design.

    Kirsty McGill, Head of Sales for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland said: “We recognise the importance of making sure that we support the communities in which we build our new homes.  It has been our pleasure to work with both Holytown and Christ the King Primary Schools on this project to strengthen and extend our links once again with the local community of Holytown. 

    We are proud to leave a lasting legacy in Holytown

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    Children from Holytown Primary School in Holytown, Motherwell, have been getting green-fingered by planting 300 spring bulbs in their school garden. 

    We have donated 300 bulbs as part of our national Proud campaign to show our commitment and pride in leaving a lasting legacy in the communities in which we build. 

    The planting took place in autumn 2018 and the bulbs are set to grow into a bright, floral tribute in the planters situated around the playground and in the school garden.  Lisa Brander, Sales Executive from our Torrance Gardens development, in Holytown, joined in with the planting.  

    Audrey Ross, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey West Scotland said: “We are proud to be building a new community at our Torrance Gardens development in Holytown, and we want to leave places that both our customers and other local residents will enjoy long after we have finished building. 

    Primary School Pupils get a lesson at our Torrance Gardens development in Holytown

    Children from a primary school in Holytown have been given an exciting opportunity to see the new homes that are under construction at our Torrance Gardens development as part of their ‘Houses and Homes’ project in school.

    Youngsters from the Primary 3 class from Christ the King Primary School explored our development to learn about the construction of a new home; saw various stages of construction and took the opportunity to visit the two show homes.

    Our team in Holytown was more than happy to facilitate the visit as Willie Chassels, Assistant Site Manager at Torrance Gardens adds:  “We were more than delighted to be able to welcome the children from Christ the King Primary School for an insight into the build process of a Taylor Wimpey home. 

     “The children have been learning about new homes and how they are built, so this was a really good opportunity for them to learn about some of the process that it takes to build a new home and see some construction activity at the development. We hope that we have also inspired a few of the youngsters to consider the housebuilding industry in the future. “

    Whilst the children were at the development, the team took the opportunity to remind the children never to play near a building site and that a school visit was extra-special because normally there are no children allowed near any construction.  Never playing near a construction site is a message that we are keen to reinforce to the wider local community – especially ahead of the summer school holiday.

    Class teacher Claire Cardle, said: “Our children thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Taylor Wimpey’s Torrance Gardens, asking lots of questions and learning about the building process. They really enjoyed seeing the different stages that it takes to build a new house in real-life, and we know they absolutely loved the show homes.”

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  • Updates

    News and Updates

    Taylor Wimpey West Scotland are delighted to confirm, we have secured detailed planning consent from North Lanarkshire Council for the second phase of our multi-million pound development at Torrance Park in Holytown and look forward to starting construction later in the year.