Cuningar Loop Phase 2 woodland park
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Green infrastructure works to create outdoor opportunities
In extending Cuningar Loop in the east end of Glasgow, Clyde Gateway’s largest parkland project, to a total of 23.5 hectares (58 acres), we have transformed overgrown woodland into a well-structured woodland green space to benefit the local community.
Derelict woodland transformed
Specimen trees planted
Wildflower meadow and grassland
The project also provides additional riverside boardwalks; seating/picnic areas, signage / interpretation points and river viewpoints, wildflower planting, an education zone. and a cycle storage area.
This new infrastructure builds on our initial remediation of the site and provides more opportunities for leisure and outdoor activities for people in the East End of Glasgow. The new green space enhances community engagement, health, wellbeing and lifelong learning.
Phase 2 civil engineering works
- Site preparation
- Earthworks / groundworks
- Network paths and paving
- Soft landscaping and planting
- Site furniture and play equipment
- Associated drainage and external services
Cuningar Loop Phase 1: derelict site to a thriving park
Read more about our experience of ground remediation at this formerly derelict site which, before Phase 1 regeneration works, had been a quarry and landfill.
An ongoing relationship
Robertson Facilities Management will provide ongoing grounds maintenance and Robertson Civil Engineering will return to the site for Phase 3 – extending the existing car park with a new approach road and entrance.