Renfrewshire Council

Greenlaw Conservation Area

Greenlaw was developed as an elegant inner suburb on the eastern edge of Paisley over the course of the 19th century, starting with the Georgian terrace fronting Garthland Place, continuing with the three storey tenements of Greenlaw Avenue and completed by the detached and semi-detached villas in Mansionhouse Road.

The conservation area was designated in 1975.

The following properties lie within the conservation area boundary:East Buchanan Street (nos 21-23 only)

  • Garthland Lane (all properties)
  • Garthland Place (nos 3-19 Glasgow Road only)
  • Glasgow Road (nos 1-35 only)
  • Greenlaw Avenue (all properties)
  • Incle Street (St. Mirin's R.C. Cathedral only)
  • Mansionhouse Road (all properties)

The boundary of the Greenlaw Conservation Area can be viewed on the interactive map under the related links section on this page. 

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