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However, being a natural risk-taker, I decided to give Robert a chance and I was very pleased that I did. Mining Village[ edit ] Originally lands owned by the Clan Hamiltona hamlet called Newton appears on William Roy 's military survey of Scotland s and had earlier been labelled as 'Neutoun' in Timothy Pont 's map s.
There were several collieries in the vicinity and large bings rose on the landscape. The village reached its greatest extent around The village and mines only occupied a small part of the district. The mining industry declined and the pits closed, with the industrial areas becoming overgrown, and the miners' cottages were demolished in the s; the remaining residents were rehoused in new developments on the other side of Cambuslang such as Cairns and Springhall. The Hallside Steelworks also closed down during the s.
Charles Primary School remained in operation. Newton House was eventually abandoned and demolished aroundand Newton Farm ceased operations in the early s, leaving its fields and buildings neglected. A small isolated group of modern houses were added on the footprint of the miners rows in the mid s, with the streets named Redlawood after the neighbouring farm which had also been bulldozed.
The presence of an electricity generating station nearby resulted in the area being criss-crossed with large electricity pylons and wires, but other than that the land had almost reverted to its original unoccupied rural state after such changes during the previous decades. The street names were themed on aspects of farming and rural life.
Around the same time the Newton Arms public house originally dating from re-opened following a programme of refurbishment, providing a gathering point for the growing population which was otherwise lacking in the development.
Barratt Developments Miller Homes  and Taylor Wimpey  are the house builders involved - the latter firm is also in overall control of the whole project.
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Future development over the next 10 years, involving another houses and two local parks,  encompasses land on the site of Newton House. A retail zone for the district is also planned to be close to the station; however as of there was no confirmation as to when this commercial area would be built, what exact design it would have, or what businesses would be tenants. The area has much in common with many modern developments, with the houses often constructed by the same builders.
A nearby example is Broomhouse, Glasgowalso a large suburban 'Community Growth Area' on green belt land, based around a small mining community with a few relic buildings including a pub, on the site of a demolished country house, traversed by pylons on the same linebounded by a minor river and a railway with a station, with few local amenities but close to established suburbs which provide these.