One of Scotland’s biggest regeneration projects has kickstarted in Maryhill

It’s important residents in Wyndford have all the facts about the demolition and the plans for new homes in the community.

We don’t want there to be any misunderstandings or people hearing half-truths.

Click on Frequently Asked Questions here.

Remember, tenants who have any questions about the regeneration can contact their housing officer.

Check out these short videos surrounding Wyndford.


Future Focus Groups

Wyndford focus groups

The Hoardings

Wyndford hoardings

The Hoardings Launch

Wyndford hoardings launch

Biodiversity Hoardings

Wyndford biodiversity hoarding

Wyndford online surveys

Survey 1: new homes and community spaces

This survey asked residents to give us their feedback on what the new and improved Community Hub should include.

Around 75% of responses placed importance on nature and protecting this. The existing hub is set to be demolished to make way for homes and green spaces and a play park, while the plans for a new fit-for-purpose, two-storey community hub include a café space and Click & Connect computers, which rated very highly in feedback from residents.

Survey 2: accessibility and security

Our second online survey asked residents what more could be done to make them feel safer and move more freely in their community.

People who responded to the survey said they felt the area lacks ramps and handrails, which would improve accessibility, while 74% agreed that the new 24/7 concierge station and CCTV has improved safety.

Survey 3: bins and the movement of vehicles

The last survey allowed residents to have their say on improvements to bin areas and road traffic at Wyndford.

Respondents agreed that more controls over car parking would be welcomed, with almost half of those surveyed expressing concerns over the number of cars parked in the area.

Click to access survey 3 results

New play park proposals

Proposals have been made for a new play park which will form part of the early regeneration works in the summer. The plan will see it located close to the nursery.

You can find more information on the proposal on Glasgow City Council’s website – and have the chance to give your views and feedback. The deadline for comments is 1 May 2024.

Click here for more information

Planning, environmental, health and safety latest

As part of the planning and demolition process, we are required to submit documents to Glasgow City Council.

Find out more by searching for ‘Wyndford’ on the Glasgow City Council website.

We have included some links below to useful information:

Demolition prior approval documents

Hoarding planning approval documents

Newsletters to tenants

We issue regular newsletters to tenants and factored homeowners in Wyndford with the latest news about the regeneration plans.

Our contractor Safedem also keeps residents up to date with the latest news about the demolition plans.

Read the newsletters below:




Open letter – update on Hub


As you are aware, Glasgow City Council and Wheatley Homes Glasgow wrote to Wyndford residents recently to outline the latest joint plans to invest £100 million in improving the local community. These plans have been developed by tenants, with the input of local elected representatives and homeowners, and have been widely welcomed.

The Wyndford News newsletter included a number of updates on the proposals for an upgraded Community Hub. The updates stated:

  • ‘Glasgow City Council and Wheatley Group are committed to ensuring the continuation of the valuable services delivered from the Hub and have plans to construct a brand-new, purpose-built Community Hub. The brand-new facility will include a large hall, cafe space, Click & Connect computers, bookable meeting rooms and much more.’
  • ‘The new Hub would include a two-storey height hall, café, Click & Connect computers, bookable meeting rooms and more. The proposals being developed include provision to ensure continuity of the services currently delivered from the existing Hub until the new one is constructed.’
  • ‘Community groups currently using the Wyndford Hub will be offered a move to temporary facilities within the local area while the new Community Hub is built. Glasgow City Council will work with the community groups using the Hub to ensure services will continue as normal.’

We are aware that there have been a number of questions from members of the community seeking to clarify whether the new Hub would contain a gymnasium and make provision for Open University classes, in line with the provision in the current Hub.

We can confirm the proposals make provision for both of these to be included in the new Hub.

The detailed size and shape of the rooms and facilities will be finalised following consultation with the local community. The gym equipment would be upgraded and modernised. The new facilities will be a significant improvement on those in the current Hub building.

We would also like to take this opportunity to address inaccurate and misleading claims around the land owned by Glasgow City Council at Wyndford. Wheatley Homes Glasgow has repeatedly made clear the homes being built in the community will be 85% social housing and 15% for mid-market rent.

To be clear, Glasgow City Council will not sell the land currently being used for the existing Hub to a private developer. No private housing will be built on this land. Instead, this land will form part of the regeneration plans by Wheatley Homes Glasgow and Glasgow City Council for affordable housing.

We hope this clarifies these matters. Please feel free to share this information with members of your groups and other residents who may have queries.

Yours sincerely,

Frank McCafferty                                                     Ian Robertson
Group Director of Repairs & Assets                    Director of City Development
Wheatley Group                                                       Glasgow City Council