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Berryhills, Cowie

Bannockburn Road - Cowie - Stirling

Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has submitted an Approval of Matters specified in Conditions (MSC) application to Stirling Council for the provision of 437 new homes including an ecology parkland and nature trail, community green spaces, and an equipped play area.

  • Overview


    Berryhills has been allocated for housing in Stirling Council's Local Development Plan which was adopted in September 2014, and will provide up to 437 new homes as part of a masterplan vision for the area.

    As well as new homes, our plans for the development include affordable homes,an ecology parkland and nature trail, community green spaces and an equipped play area.

  • What's proposed

    Proposed development

    The masterplan incorporates formal public open spaces as well as a nature park which will provide natural habitats and community areas. There will be paths providing access for cyclists, wheelchairs and pushchairs throughout the open areas, between the Nature Park and Berryhills Park, as well as connections through to the existing village. The proposals include a range of new homes from 2 bedroom apartments to 5 bedroom homes.

    The proposed development aims to deliver 437 new homes, 50 of which will be affordable homes for social rent that will be transferred to Stirling Council to fulfil their requirements. The scope of private new homes includes two, three and four bedroom detached homes, while the affordable properties will comprise a mix of 32 one and two bedroom cottage flats, as well as 18 two and three bedroom homes.

    July 2014 masterplan

    Proposed Indicative Masterplan

  • Community

    Community Benefits


    We can complement the existing parks in Cowie with a new nature park along the western edge of the site. This will be planted to enhance its habitat value with wetland areas, native trees and shrubs including fruiting and flowering species, and meadow planting. The existing core path will be complemented by a further path through the park suitable for pedestrians. cyclists, wheelchairs and pushchairs.  

    • The new development will overlook Berryhills Park and discourage anti-social behaviour with the park being overlooked to provide a safe environment throughout the day.
    • We can use new access points on Bannockburn Road and Main Street to create new gateways into the village that will create a sense of arrival in the village and help to slow traffic down.
    • New and existing routes will be formalised to provide safe and accessible connections between open spaces and the village that can be used for walking, cycling, wheelchairs and pushchairs. 
    • The road pattern and design allows us to bring buses into the site to minimise reliance on cars.
    • Development in Cowie will bring investment to the village. 
  • Updates

    Latest News


    Latest news - 2020

    Taylor Wimpey West Scotland has submitted an Approval of Matters specified in Conditions (MSC) application to Stirling Council for the provision of 437 new homes through the development of land to the south of Bannockburn Road at Berryhills in Cowie. Planning Permission in Principle (PPP) has already been secured for this development, and Taylor Wimpey’s MSC planning application sets out its detailed proposals for housing mix, landscaping and building materials.  We look forward to positive discussions with the local authority in order to progress this development and bring a number of positive benefits to the local area.  We will keep the local community informed of our progress.


    Cowie Community Fun Day 2019

    As part of our ongoing commitment to working in partnership with local communities, we recently donated £500 to the Cowie Rural Action Group, which helped support their annual Cowie Community Fun Day in August 2019.

    To ensure the event was a great success, our donation sponsored the children’s face painting station.  Additionally, we supplied various items for the children’s goodie bags.

    Kirsty McGill, Head of Sales said: “We are delighted to be able to support Cowie Rural Action Group with £500 funding towards its Community Fun Day. The work we do is a lot more than just building high-quality homes. Being able to work with local businesses, charities and organisations that surround our developments and proposed developments means a great deal to us and it’s great to know that we are helping to make a difference to the lives of people in local communities.”