Maidenhill/Malletsheugh Master plan

Closed 15 Aug 2014

Opened 14 Jul 2014

Overview

The Maidenhill/Malletsheugh area is proposed as a mixed use land release capable of providing over 1000 new homes. The council is preparing a master plan to set clear requirements for  the development and is keen to ensure that the views of the wider community are heard and incorporated within the master plan as it evolves.

Why We Are Consulting

We want your views on the Maidenhill Master plan.     

What Happens Next

The responses will be analysed and the council will ensure that your views are taken into account prior to the masterplan being finalised.

The council is keen to ensure that this development will be creating a place where new and existing residents will want to live and work. It is therefore important that the views of the community help shape the final outcome.

Events

  • Community Engagement Event - Maidenshill/Malletsheugh Master Plan

    From 24 Jul 2014 at 14:00 to 24 Jul 2014 at 19:00

    Held at Ivy India, 40 Ayr Road, Newton Mearns, G77 6RT (formerly the Malletsheugh Inn).

    An opportunity to:
    view the emerging Master Plan;
    give your view on the Plan;
    ask the experts any questions you may have;
    add local knowledge to the development process.

  • Community Engagement Event - Maidenhill/Malletsheugh Master Plan

    From 21 Aug 2014 at 14:00 to 21 Aug 2014 at 19:00

    Held at Ivy India, 40 Ayr Road, Newton Mearns, G77 6RT (formerly the Malletsheugh Inn).

    An opportunity to:
    view the final draft Master Plan;
    give your view on the Plan;
    ask the experts any questions you may have;
    add local knowledge to the development process.

Areas

  • Newton Mearns

Audiences

  • Community Councils
  • Tenants and Residents Associations
  • Residents of East Renfrewshire
  • Council Staff

Interests

  • Planning
  • Roads and Transport
  • Regeneration
  • Economic Development
  • Parks and Greenspaces
  • Sustainability and Climate Change
  • Housing
  • Schools and Family Centres