Renfrewshire Council

Thornly Park Conservation Area

Thornly Park is a small suburb of large houses built in the first half of the 20th century on the southern edge of Paisley.

It was designated as a conservation area in 2002 and has 16 listed buildings.

The following properties lie within the conservation area boundary:

  • Barcraigs Road (all properties)
  • South Avenue (nos 8-12 and 9-33 only)
  • Stewart Road (all properties)
  • Thornly Park Avenue (nos 2-30 and 7-43 only, excluding 35A)

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

Share this page: