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As a result, a revised target population of 70, was set. However, the census still only shows about 52, residents. When Raymond Gillies, a local businessman, gifted Cumbernauld the St. Enoch's station clock, in , the Queen was celebrating her Silver Jubilee. To mark the occasion, the Queen started the clock using the pendulum motion and unveiled a commemorative plaque at Cumbernauld Town Centre, at the staircase joining the upper mall area with the old Woolco store.
The clock is featured in Gregory's Girl and is now in the Antonine Centre. After the creation of the new town , diverse industries such as high-tech, electronics , and chemical and food processing became large employers, along with the Inland revenue now Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. The main industrial estates were developed to the east and west along the A80 at Castlecary, Wardpark and Westfield. Areas at Luggiebank and South Carbrain to the south of the town have also been developed for industry. The Modern era for the town can be dated from the disbanding of the C.
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Since then, the outlook has changed dramatically and the New Town has won a number of very unflattering awards including Urban Realm's "Plook on a Plinth" in both and In December the entire Town Centre won a public nomination for demolition in the Channel 4 series Demolition , where it was voted "the worst building in Britain". The intended core of Cumbernauld remains the Town Centre buildings, all of which is essentially contained within one structure, segmented into "phases", the first of which was completed in , the latest of which began construction in May for completion around September Initially the basic groundwork for the new shops began in and were finally completed in summer Designed to be a commerce centre, an entertainment and business venue and a luxury accommodation site, it was widely accepted as Britain's first shopping centre and was the world's first multi-level covered town centre.
However, the town never developed to its planned size, and the town centre has never had the life envisaged by town planners.
Wealthy occupiers for the penthouses situated within the "Alien's Head" locals' acrid moniker for the top section of the building never materialised. Further expansion has been primarily to provide further space for shops. A substantial portion of the original Shopping Centre was demolished due to structural damage and has been redeveloped as a new shopping and leisure complex. As well as the unfulfilled ambitions for the town, the passage of time has exposed serious defects in post-war concepts of centrally-planned retail and civic centres developed in the absence of proper community consultation or sensitivity to local environmental and economic conditions.
This has been reflected in a country-wide backlash against modernist architecture in general. The confusing layout is an abiding source of frustration for both visitors and residents, many of whom are the descendants of skilled workers who aspired to escape the frequently appalling social and housing conditions of the Glasgow conurbation in the s and 70s.
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Despite its bad press, from a purely aesthetic standpoint Cumbernauld is regarded as representing a significant moment in town design, and in it was listed as one of the sixty key monuments of post-war architecture by the international conservation organisation DoCoMoMo. The residential structure of Cumbernauld is noteworthy in that there were no pedestrian crossings, i. These underpasses could collect litter, sometimes smelt like public toilets or were used by local youths trying to keep out of the rain.
These are not things the original planners anticipated but mean that pedestrians sometimes choose to avoid them, especially at night-time or if they feel vulnerable. Some efforts have been taken to redress some of these matters but the problem is ongoing.
In a set of traffic lights was erected in the Condorrat Village neighbourhood, soon followed by pelican crossings beside the new Tesco Extra. Irn-bru makers A. Barr also has its World Headquarters there. The old Isola-Werke factory in the Wardpark area has been converted into film studios and production facilities for the TV series Outlander which frequently films within the town's greenspaces. In particular, the Scottish Wildlife Trust's Cumbernauld Glen reserve, has been used as a backdrop whose ancient oak forest remnant provides a convenient stand-in for 18th Century Highlands' scenes.
In May North Lanarkshire Council agreed to the expansion the Wardpark site if funding could be found. Cumbernauld is a two-time winner of the Carbuncle Awards in and It has also received silver medals each year since , the most recent being in Cumbernauld hosts Clyde F. C , who play football in the Scottish League Two and reside at Broadwood Stadium , which has been their home since they relocated from their traditional base of Glasgow in February Five-a-side can be played at the Tryst or Broadwood who also have seven-a-side and full size pitches.
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Pitches are bookable at Ravenswood and Oak Road too. Broadwood also has a BMX track and spin classes for cycling. The town's rugby team, Cumbernauld RFC, were formed in and grew to have 3 senior men's teams and several junior teams. The club and council agreed in the late 70's to develop the Auchenkilns area in South Condorrat. The multi-sports facility opened in and is now shared with Kildrum United FC. They play in West regional league 2, the 5th tier of club rugby.
The Cumbernauld Gymnastics Club moved into its base at Broadwood Gymnastics Academy in the early s it, a purpose built building at the same site as Broadwood Stadium. They also have tennis and short tennis at Broodwood. Dance classes are held at a number of location including Cumbernauld Theatre which also has drama classes and programmes. The Tryst houses the Cumbernauld swimming team, the Tryst Lions wrestling club and squash and badminton courts as well as gyms.
Martial arts are practised in The Link, the Tryst and at Broodwood. Raw Taekwondo also have a centre at Westfield Industrial Estate. The Palacerigg Field Archers, that meets for practice at the Tryst Sports Centre and has an archery course at the nearby Palacerigg Country Park where competitions are held. Palacerrig also has one of the town's three golf courses. Snooker is played at the Red Triangle. Bowling is played in the Village, at Ravenswood and in Condorrat.
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In terms of public transport, Cumbernauld has bus links to Glasgow , including the airport , Stirling , Falkirk , Dunfermline and St Andrews , which are operated by FirstGroup and Stagecoach. Various parts of the town are linked by local bus services, operated by smaller companies such as Canavan Travel and Dunn's Coaches. Rail services to and from the town are provided by Abellio ScotRail. The town has rail links to Glasgow , Falkirk , Motherwell and Edinburgh via Cumbernauld railway station.
There is also a station at Greenfaulds. Croy railway station to the north of the town has rail links to Edinburgh , Alloa , Dunblane and Glasgow. A local campaign was recently initiated to protest at the proposed extension of the M80 within the town limits. The A80 was recently upgraded to the M Cumbernauld Airport EGPG is primarily used for the training of fixed wing and rotary wing pilots, it also has an aircraft maintenance facility. The airport has a CAA Ordinary Licence that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction as authorised by the licensee, Cormack Aircraft Services Limited.
The airport was opened by the Cumbernauld Development Corpororation in the late s.
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Before the airport was constructed there was a grass strip in use on the same site. There are currently about 17 churches in the town. These include:. Population: Year: Population. Several scenes from the TV series were shot in local woodland. In May approval was given to expand the site from 30, sq ft to 78, sq ft.
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