Ledsham Garden Village

Redrow’s West Cheshire development was inspired by one of the UK’s original garden villages, Port Sunlight, which can be found only a few miles away.

Ledsham Garden Village Street Scene

Key stats

£12.5 million community investment

including transport, health facilities, playing fields, education & the local high street

150 acres of green infrastructure

in the form of enhanced habitats, wildlife zones, sports pitches, allotments & landscaping

New community facilities

including a shop, community hall & serviced site for a new primary school

A better way to live

Ledsham Garden Village offers an exceptional choice of high-quality new homes providing one, two, three and four-bedroom accommodation to meet a wide range of housing needs. Our Arts & Crafts inspired Heritage Collection new homes are set amidst a wide expanse of natural and formal open space and there is provision for a new primary school, a community hall and a shop.
Street scene

Community places

Alongside the homes at Ledsham Garden Village, Redrow is investing more than £12.5 million to support the growth of the neighbourhood. Channelled via the local authority, this funding is earmarked for improvements to transport via contributions and schemes for traffic calming and highways, railway, cycleway and footpaths alongside other contributions for health facilities, playing fields, local high street and education. Approximately half of that money has already been paid. There will also be a total of 500 affordable homes built. 

Green spaces at Ledsham Garden Village

Green spaces

A trademark feature of Redrow’s garden village concept is the large amount of open space being provided. At around 150 acres this includes linear parks and pocket parks, which have been created over areas of existing underground utilities. Play areas offer a mix of informal natural play and equipped facilities, while a large meadow parkland is planned for the most westerly boundary. Accessed via a footbridge, this area will provide valuable ecological habitat and recreational public space for all. Allotments and an orchard are planned towards the southern phases of the site, creating amenity space with wide-ranging uses.

  • "We wanted space and openness and we didn’t think we’d find that in a brand-new home and development, but the moment we drove into Ledsham Garden Village we just fell in love with it. It has all the space we wanted, even the roads are wider, and there are lovely play areas and greens.”

    Jacqueline Wolahan
    who moved here with her husband Adrian and their two grown up sons

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