Falkirk East Quarter

Falkirk East Quarter and Falkirk Greenway together form Falkirk Fast Forward - a bold idea to revitalise and reconnect the town centre, helping to transform Falkirk as a place to live, work and visit.


Falkirk East Quarter aims to regenerate the town centre by creating a new civic and cultural quarter, centred around a new public space.

Falkirk Fast Forward

Regenerating the east end of the town centre


The aim of the Falkirk East Quarter proposal is to revitalise the town centre by transforming the east end of the High Street with:

  • a new public space
  • a new civic centre – town hall and council offices
  • a new cultural offer of a visitor attraction and theatre/performance venue
  • a new hotel with conference facilities
  • a new coach park.

Creating a new civic centre will bring workers back into the town centre. This will increase footfall, support businesses, and makie the best use of the public transport network, encouraging alternative travel choices to the car.


Creating a new cultural quarter that diversifies the uses in the High Street will make it more resilient – increasing footfall and supporting local businesses.


The Falkirk Greenway will support this transformation and pass alongside the Falkirk East Quarter, connecting it to the public transport network and existing visitor attractions.

Falkirk East quarter diagram

A new visitor destination


Creating a new destination point will increase the attractiveness of the town centre as a place to visit and dwell.


A new attraction of the calibre of the Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel would provide a reason for visitors to come into the centre when visiting these other attractions.


The new visitor attraction would act as a draw to visitors and add value to the town centre by building on the existing heritage sites of interest, including the Steeple, Auld Kirk, Antonine Wall and battles of Falkirk.


The theatre, hotel and conference facilities would support the visitor offer that Falkirk could provide and would cater for a variety of activities.


The coach park would allow the town centre to be added to tour operator itineraries, and support the hotel offer.


A new public space would provide a place for activities and events, as well as an area for spending time.

Falkirk East Quarter map

The Falkirk Fast Forward booklet presents the Falkirk East Quarter and Falkirk Greenway elements in more detail. Graphics, diagrams and maps are used to illustrate the proposals.

Falkirk Fast Forward booklet


Format: PDF/UA (Universal Accessibility)

Pages: 12

File Size: 1.4MB

Falkirk Fast Forward PDF

Fast forward Falkirk's future


Falkirk East Quarter and Falkirk Greenway together form Falkirk Fast Forward, a proposal conceived and designed by JONO Design to revitalise and reconnect the town centre, helping to transform Falkirk as a place to live, work and visit.


Falkirk Fast Forward builds on existing development projects and proposals, providing them with a strategic context that focuses on improving and supporting the town centre – bringing people back, supporting business and breathing new life into the heart of the town.


Together, the Falkirk East Quarter and the Falkirk Greenway elements:

  • provide strategic direction for new development
  • support the town centre by increasing footfall
  • connect the town centre to visitor attractions
  • add value by becoming key Falkirk attractions or features in themselves.
Falkirk Fast Forward

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