Ravenscraig will be Scotland’s first new town in over 50 years and is a one of the largest urban regeneration projects in Europe.
Ideally located and extending to c.1,200 acres bordering Motherwell and Wishaw, this new community will comprise of new homes along with various retail, leisure and commercial facilities, and a new transport network linking the M74 and M8.
Ravenscraig has outline planning consent for a range of 3,500 attractive new homes throughout the community, offering a range of modern houses and family homes. The proposed residential areas have been carefully planned to complement the other uses within this new town. Two schools are also planned and a new college campus is already in place.
A new town centre, extending to 84,000 sq m, will form the heart of the scheme offering retail and leisure uses. A new railway station is also proposed, providing easy accessibility.
Leisure facilities will be an important element of Ravenscraig, offering amenities to both residential occupiers and employees within Ravenscraig’s commercial areas. The scheme will also incorporate major parkland areas.
A business park has been approved offering high-quality commercial property for rent adjacent to the town centre. This business centre is an attractive location for anyone seeking anything from offices to rent to a headquarters office.
Planning consent for 216,000 sq m of warehouse space and industrial units for rent is in place. These industrial buildings have been designed to be flexible, offering occupiers a range of size and space.
Ravenscraig has been carefully masterplanned incorporating a wide variety of uses which interlink and complement each other.
On completion, this joint venture development between Tata Steel, Scottish Enterprise and Wilson Bowden will offer a comprehensive scheme including new homes and schools, a new town centre, leisure facilities, a business park, parkland and a new transport network.