Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser

Sign of the times as developmen­t is named


The first signage for a new housing developmen­t in Glenboig has been revealed by the creative youngster who came up with its title.

As part of a local community engagement project in North Lanarkshir­e earlier this year, Taylor Wimpey’s Meadowside developmen­t was named following a challenge for school pupils at nearby Glenboig Primary to create a marketing title for the developmen­t that reflected the character of the village.

The winner of the competitio­n, Grace Mcnally, now in P7, unveiled the first signage for Meadowside, where pre-constructi­on is well underway.

Grace won a £50 book token, which she received earlier this year, and Taylor Wimpey West Scotland also donated £250 to school funds.

Mrs Macindoe, principal teacher at Glenboig Primary, tod the Advertiser: “We are very happy that Grace has made her mark locally by naming Taylor Wimpey’s developmen­t, and we are also delighted with the additional school donation of £250, which will be used to boost various resources in school.”

Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director, added: “It is incredibly important to us to get involved in the local communitie­s in which we build, and we are delighted to confirm the name of our developmen­t in Glenboig.

“Meadowside will form part of the existing vibrant local community and be a great place to call home, and we’re looking forward to launching for sale in early next year.”

Pre-constructi­on work for its developmen­t of 535 new homes at the former Garnqueen Farm is well underway, and this cements Taylor Wimpey’s commitment to North Lanarkshir­e for some time to come.

Meadowside will deliver an impressive choice of two, three, and four-bedroom homes to provide a range of options for first time buyers and growing families.

To find out more, and register interest in a home at the developmen­t, which launches for sale early next year, visit www. taylorwimp­ glenboig/glenboig

 ?? Grace Mcnally with Taylor Wimpey West Scotland marketing executive Kimberly Curle ?? Competitio­n winner
Grace Mcnally with Taylor Wimpey West Scotland marketing executive Kimberly Curle Competitio­n winner

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