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Clydebank Masterplan

Clydebank Masterplan

Key Facts


Clydebank Rebuilt Ltd




September 2003

A masterplan with a sense of place and civic quality.

Project Info

In 2003, Page\Park (with Ian White Associates) were commissioned by Clydebank Re-built to produce a development masterplan for the redundant shipyard sites at Clydebank and other key connected sites including the Towns commercial heart.

The masterplan reconnects the Town Centre with its river along clear urban streets, in a new piece of townscape with a distinct sense of place and civic quality. It includes residential, services, education and offices uses. The resulting Masterplan and Design Guidelines were subsequently adopted by the local authority as supplementary planning guidance for the site.

City & Land

Since the completion of the masterplan and its adoption as Supplementary Planning Guidance, we have had an ongoing involvement and advisory role to the client (Clydebank Re-built) to guide and direct the successful implementation of the masterplan and its core principles.

The first phase of the implementation of this masterplan was completed in 2007.

Page\Park acted as project manager for this £10m development on the 16 acre site at Queens Quay, which saw the construction of a new quay wall, roads, utility infrastructure, quality public realm spaces and streets.

We also designed the first building to be completed on the site – a 2,200sqm office building containing business start-up units – providing a clear benchmark for architectural quality and urban design principles to be carried through to future developments.

Clydebank Masterplan
Clydebank Masterplan


Landscape Architect: Ian White Associates