Queens Quay

Located on the riverfront, to the south of the town centre, Queens Quay is one of the most significant regeneration projects in west-central Scotland. It is a 98-acre site, formerly occupied by John Brown’s shipyard, where some of Clydeside’s most famous ships were built including the Queen Mary and QE2. It lies within the Clydebank Waterfront Strategic Economic Investment Location.

In recent years it has been transformed into a large-scale mixed-use development comprising the Clydebank campus of West College Scotland, Clydebank Leisure Centre, Clydebank Health Centre, offices at the Titan Enterprise Centre, an 84-bed care home and a state-of-the-art District Heating Centre.

The first substantial new housing element at Queens Quay was completed in 2022 - 146 affordable homes in a partnership between Loretto Housing, Clydebank Housing Association and the Council. This comprises a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom flats spread across two blocks reaching six storeys in height. A further 1000 or so residential units will be built at Queens Quay in the coming years, giving a diverse range of house types from apartments and townhouses to two and three-bedroom family homes.

A new public promenade has also been created, together with the striking Titan Boulevard, which connect to a wider network of walking and cycling routes. Further public realm, including a civic space and liner park, will be created as the further regeneration of the site progresses over the next 7 to 12 years.

Further details of the redevelopment of Queens Quay can be found on the Queens Quay website