An exceptional development six miles north east of Bristol city centre, Frenchay Park and Frenchay Gardens combine a mix of Heritage Collection and bespoke contemporary homes amid an abundance of green spaces.
This mixed-use new community on the edge of Horsforth is a prime example of one of the Redrow 8 placemaking principles. Called ‘Keeping it local’, it’s all about understanding the unique and important characteristics of a site and its location.
Nowhere exemplifies ‘Built to Impress’ – one of the Redrow 8 placemaking principles – better than Hartford Grange, in Cheshire. The tree-lined approach, village green and beautiful new homes are complemented by newly planted hedges, garden trees and shrubs, which all combine to create a mature feel to the development and lasting first impression for visitors.
Amington Garden Village, is a great example of how close cooperation with the local authority and adapting quickly to changing circumstances can successfully deliver much-needed new homes, community facilities and green space, alongside jobs and training.
A brand new £2billion garden city for the 21st Century, within five miles of Cardiff, delivering up to 7,000 new homes and all the facilities of a fantastic place to live.
Woodford Garden Village has been sensitively designed to positively enhance the openness of the Green Belt around it, restore areas of open countryside and re-establish public rights of way.