New footpath keeps Aylesbury Community connected

Bierton residents are enjoying being more connected following the opening of a new footpath thanks to Barratt and David Wilson Homes.

Daniel Poll (B&DWNT) Cllr Julie Ward (Buckinghamshire Council), Sheila Cotton (Bierton Parish Council) and Laura Hargrove (Sheila’s Daughter)

The footpath, which is located close to the developers’ Kingsbrook development on Burcott Lane, has been extended to allow easier access to the village school for the children living at the development. This is part of ongoing efforts to provide improvements and accessibility to local amenities for the community in Aylesbury.

The installation of the footpath was a joint effort between Barratt and David Wilson Homes, The Greater Aylesbury Local Area Forum (GALAF), Bierton Parish Council and the Mike and Claire Griffin Trust, who all contributed to the completion of the project.

Jo Alden, Technical Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames, said: “As a five star housebuilder we are dedicated to not only providing quality homes, but contributing to the communities where our homes are built.

“The extended footpath provides easy and safe access from Burcott Lane and Kingsbrook to the village primary school and on-site nursery for families living on the development. It will also provide safe passage for those walking around the village.”

Kingsbrook is an award-winning development situated amidst a beautiful green landscape in the Aylesbury Vale. Residents can enjoy being close to local shops and a waterside café as well as having access to community orchards and allotments for those looking for a greener lifestyle.

The latest village at the development, Orchard Green, has a range of one to four bedroom homes and is situated adjacent to a 250 acre nature reserve with footpaths and cycle ways that link to the canal.

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