Work has now started on a new community at Maidenhill, Newton Mearns, as homebuilders CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey came together to break the ground and start works at the new £150m development.
The initial works will create the framework of and access to the new community – which will be crucial for facilitating the 834 new homes, the new Maidenhill Primary school in the centre of the development and affordable housing.
Construction Director of CALA Homes (West), Angus Murray, who will be leading the team as work commences, said: “We have spoken about Maidenhill as a new community for a very long time so it is great to be able to break the ground to mark work commencing. Our initial efforts will focus on creating the road network to facilitate access to the school and sports and recreation facilities.
“It will be some time before anyone sees houses on the development, but this is a real milestone for Maidenhill as it means we have taken the first real steps in turning the dream of this fantastic new community into a reality.”
Production Director of Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, Brian Henderson said: “We are at the very beginning of creating Maidenhill and as we forge on with the infrastructure, we are keeping our promise of delivering a fantastic new community with a mix of private and affordable homes as well as the community amenities, front of mind.
“We’ll be working closely with East Renfrewshire Council and the local community to ensure Newton Mearns reaps the benefits of our long-term investment in the area.”
As Maidenhill progresses, a raft of benefits for the Newton Mearns community, courtesy of the multimillion pound investment by CALA Homes (West) and Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, will come to fruition. These include:
Further details can also be found online at www.maidenhill.scot