Calderwood is well connected through road, rail, bus and cycle routes

Ideally connected to transport links

Calderwood is surrounded by sustainable travel options. One mile to the South is Kirknewton Railway Station with connections to the Edinburgh and Glasgow lines. A regular X27 Lothian Bus runs along the top of the development, this will divert and run through Calderwood starting this summer.

Stirling Developments implemented a shuttle bus route from Calderwood to the West of Edinburgh business clusters including Edinburgh Park, South Gyle and Gogarburn. Along with this, another service running direct to Kirknewton railway station provided options for residents.

We are lucky to have cycling route 754, which is part of the National Cycle Network, on our door step. This runs along the union canal where you can end up in Edinburgh or to the West of Glasgow and all the wonderful locations in between. This route also connects into Hermiston Park and Ride for easy access to further bus routes.

Calderwood is set to become Scotland’s first development to provide a mobility hub. Stirling Developments have held discussions with CoMoUK and aim to have the first hub up and running this summer. We are also looking to create smaller Smaller hubs and hublets across Calderwood and the forthcoming Park and Ride at Kirknewton railway station.


Stirling Developments’ masterplan complements the existing, scenic setting by creating a beautiful new landscape framework for the village.

Calderwood’s network of greenways connect to many different locations in the local area. They provide an easy access to the Almondell and Calderwood Country Park with its various walking and cycle ways. Further to this the greenways also link through to Calderwood Primary School, providing safe walking routes for children to walk to and from school. There are also green links to our neighbourhood park, community garden, play park and café.