This West Yorkshire development is a living example of Redrow’s commitment to biodiversity and sustainability, with achievements on so many fronts.
For the last 15 years, Redrow has been promoting responsible forest management and ensuring the eradication of illegal timber products from our supply chain.
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.