Fast, safe and sustainable

Mearns Green, Newton Mearns

Mearns Green is a stylish neighbourhood of four- and five-bedroom detached homes from Robertson Homes’ award-winning Boutique range, using timber frames and other building elements supplied and erected by Robertson Timber Engineering.

Built with minute attention to detail and the experience gained through the Robertson Group’s nearly 50 years of house-building, these homes have bright, spacious rooms in layouts that are practical and modern.

The development consists of two phases, A & B. Phase A comprises 22 homes, with Phase B providing a further 27. The project began in June 2015, with the first client moving in during November, and is due for completion towards the end of 2017.

The use of high-quality timber frame has allowed us to provide a fast and reliable construction programme of warm, welcoming homes with great air-tightness levels and sustainability built in.

 

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