Kilrymont Road, St Andrews


Scotia Homes are delighted to be bringing forward detailed proposals for around 100 new homes, public open space and associated infrastructure, on the northern portion of the former Madras College, Kilrymont site.

We submitted a Proposal of Application Notice (PoAN) on the 11th October 2021 to Fife Council for this planned residential development which will form a key part of the overall sites mixed use re-development proposals, currently being advanced by Scotsman Developments Ltd.

This is the second Scotia Homes consultation event after a successful first virtual event held on the 9th of February 2022. It follows on from the recent public consultation events held in respect of the wider Kilrymont site by Scotsman Developments. Following on from these consultation events, our first event will provide our initial thoughts on the new homes on the former playing fields. We will then consider all comments made and, with technical input and will then be submitting our planning application to Fife Council.

We would therefore invite you to view the content of the presentation boards, consider the proposed development and use the feedback form on the website to submit your comments.

Public Consultation

Scotia Homes is committed to consulting with the local community regarding its plans for this important and historical site and we have prepared this virtual consultation website to allow the community to engage with the developing scheme and view our proposals in detail. We would like to welcome those interested in attending our Live Chat Session on Wednesday 16th March 2022 between 2pm and 4pm and 5pm and 7pm.  

To view the virtual exhibition, please click here.

Once you have reviewed the proposals on our virtual consultation section, please do consider leaving your views and comments using the Feedback tab. This consultation will remain open until midnight on 30th March 2022.

In the meantime, if you have any queries please get in touch with the project team via:

The contact us form
Telephone: 0141 264 2831