Maryhill North TRA

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Maryhill North Neighbourhood Masterplan

We want to make the Maryhill North neighbourhood a better place to live. Below you can view proposals for what the neighbourhood around Glenavon Road, Lyndale Place and Shiskine Drive could look like in the future. This is called a masterplan.

Please review it and give your views. We want to hear from as many people as possible and we will use all feedback to finalise the plans. The final masterplan will be shared on this website too.

At the moment, the plans focus on neighbourhood ‘green infrastructure’ improvements. This means improvements to public open space, walking and cycling routes and how rain water will be managed. The plans show where new housing might be delivered but detailed plans about new housing will be added to the website at a later stage for you to comment on.

At the moment the proposals are plans. We will need to work together to make them reality by securing funding from a variety of sources.

Have a look at the plans below. Let us know what you think by writing in the comment boxes and filling out the survey. Your input will help us to shape the development going forward.

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Vision

Our vision is for a better environment in the Maryhill North neighbourhood; with improved walking and cycling routes, public spaces, water management and places for nature to flourish. Together, these elements form ‘green infrastructure’. Once the green infrastructure masterplan is finalised and plans are underway to deliver it, we will move on to developing plans for new family housing to complement the green infrastructure. At the moment, new housing shown is just an indication of where it will be positioned.

The plans below show what the new neighbourhood could look like compared to what it looks like now. Please review these plans and give your views.

General view of the neighbourhood from Summerston train station

General view of the neighbourhood from Summerston train station

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Existing woodland to remain and be expanded

New paths with steps

New streets with trees and housing

New water feature

New park

New park

New path without steps

New wildflower meadow

New route for walking and cycling running through the neighbourhood

New improved community spaces

Before / After

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New route for walking and cycling running through the neighbourhood

New route for walking and cycling running through the neighbourhood

New paths with steps

New improved community spaces

New park

New water feature

New path without steps

New path to new water feature

New park

Existing woodland retained and expanded

Existing grass areas retained

Proposed trees

Existing trees

Wildflower meadow areas

Developed parkland / greenspace

Proposed shrub planting

Surface water management / storage feature

Dry swale

Green streets

Public realm / traffic calming measures

Private / communal garden space

Before / After

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View of the existing Kilmun Street area

View of the existing Kilmun Street area
View from the side
View from the side

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New improved community spaces

Changes to road crossings to reduce car speeds

New water feature

New route for walking and cycling running through the neighbourhood

New streets with trees

Existing woodland retained and expanded

New route for walking and cycling running through the neighbourhood

New paths with steps

New wildflower meadow

Area around Sandbank Street where Kilmun Street and Barrasdale Road currently meet

Area around Sandbank Street where Kilmun Street and Barrasdale Road currently meet

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Existing woodland retained and expanded

New park

New water feature

Changes to road crossings to reduce car speeds

New paths without steps

New wildflower meadow

Barrasdale Road area

Barrasdale Road area
View from the side
View from the side

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New path within new housing

New street with improved walking and cycling routes

New water feature

Existing woodland retained and expanded

Survey

This survey is now closed. Thank you for all your responses.