Bearsden is situated approximately 6 miles north of Glasgow city centre on the A809 road to Drymen and Loch Lomond. Its traditional town centre known locally as ‘The Cross’, is an area with a high standard of amenities along with its heritage of Victorian and Edwardian stone-built houses.
Bishopbriggs is located on the northern edge of Glasgow the town is on the main A803 road between Glasgow and Kirkintilloch. The centre is a mixture of modern and Victorian buildings with the Triangle shopping centre on the east side of Kirkintilloch road, housing a supermarket and several shops.
Kirkintilloch is situated 10 miles north of Glasgow on the Southern edge of the Kelvin Valley. It is the principal town in East Dunbartonshire and is known as ‘The Canal Capital of Scotland’ as it is the only town along the Forth and Clyde corridor to have the canal passing through its town centre.
Milngavie is located to the North West catchment area of Glasgow in the valley of the River Allander. The town centre, locally known as ‘Milngavie Precinct’ is based around the original village and has been pedestrianised since the 1970’s.