Investing in Milngavie Reservoirs
Update January 2023
Winter Wellbeing Walk
Join our Scottish Water ranger team on a leisurely stroll around Milngavie Reservoirs. Takes place on Friday 26th January at 10.30am. Book your place here.
Footpath upgrades are ongoing and we are now working on a section of the footpaths on the south side of Mugdock Reservoir – a stretch which runs from the central hub area along to the foot bridge, situated south of the exit to Drumclog car park. The reservoirs are very much open for business while our work takes place. We are doing all we can to keep any disruption for visitors and local residents to a minimum. Find out more here.
Respect Our Reservoirs & Safety
Calling All Budding Photographers!Do you enjoy taking pics when you're up at the reservoirs? Please send us your snaps and we'll share them across our digital channels. Tweet them to @ScotWaterWest using #MilngavieReservoirs hashtag or send by email to: CorporateAffairsWestTeam@scottishwater.co.uk
Drumclog Car ParkThe car park is available for visitors to Milngavie Reservoirs. Visitors are reminded that this is the parking location for all non-blue badge holders. Please park responsibly.
Pardon the PuddlesWe know there are a good few puddles on the paths around the reservoirs to dodge on rainy days. We appreciate your patience and understanding while our footpath improvement project is under way. In the meantime, please wear appropriate footwear and pardon the puddles!
Milngavie Reservoirs Investment Project
Find out all about our investment work which is under way at Milngavie ReservoirsMore Info
Byelaws for the prevention of pollution and for the regulation of use of water gathering groundsDownload here
Craigmaddie and Mugdock Reservoirs
These reservoirs supply drinking water to 700,000 customers in Greater Glasgow. They are an important local beauty spot.
Milngavie Primary School children got involved in our consultation process and created posters to show how much the reservoirs mean to them. We've created an eBook of their posters which you can see on the link below.
The Craigmaddie and Mugdock reservoirs in Milngavie are an important local beauty spot and recreational facility. The two reservoirs store drinking water supplying 700,000 customers in Greater Glasgow. The site which has historical, recreational and environmental significance attracts around 160,000 visitors per year.
In October 2019 we committed to a refreshed approach to how we maintain the site and to engage the community of reservoir users on its future and development. We made the following commitments:
- To deliver a refresh of the site by the end of March 2020, making a visible difference to customers and visitors.
- To deliver a step change in our approach to the upkeep of the site, working collaboratively to co-create development ideas and outcomes for the medium and long term.
- To engage broadly and inclusively to reach a broad spectrum of stakeholders and reservoir users promoting fair and open two-way dialogue.
What’s happened so far?
In 2020, We sought the public’s views on two of our much-loved and well-visited beauty spots in the Milngavie area of East Dunbartonshire; Craigmaddie and Mugdock reservoirs.
The consultation, which was launched online, encouraged people with an interest in these two Scottish Water assets to give their views and help inform future plans for investment. More than 1,000 people took part.
A significant investment project is now underway at Milngavie Reservoirs to bring many improvements to the reservoirs and help enhance visitor experience. A ranger service has been introduced at the site, a defibrillator and a Scottish Water Top Up Tap have been installed and there are many more enhancements to come! Click here for more details.
You can read a summary of the consultation and view the brilliant work of Milngavie Primary School pupils in a specially created eBook, via the link below.More Information
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