L&Q is launching two new play parks at Birnam Mews, its new housing development in Tiddington, Stratford-upon-Avon, at the end of April.

 

Situated in each of the two public courtyards at Birnam Mews, the publicly accessible play areas will feature a climbing structure, balancing beam, small playing house, and a totter beam, alongside a range of other equipment.

 

Creating an aesthetically pleasing space, the play parks will be accompanied by two smaller swales – planted with seasonal flowers, trees, and shrubs. Ensuring that the parks remain clean and safe for use, Encore Estates will be maintaining both areas on behalf of L&Q.

 

Ian Millard, Operations Director (Counties) at L&Q, comments: “At L&Q, we don’t just build homes, we aim to grow communities. Facilities like this for our residents and the wider Tiddington population help to foster a sense of community. Set in an area that is already perfect for those with growing families, we hope these spaces will create an opportunity for children to spend time outside – exercising, learning, and exploring the world around them.” 

 

With 60% of homes already reserved, Birnam Mews is a collection of 60 two, three and four bedroom Shared Ownership houses set amongst beautifully landscaped surroundings with a rural countryside backdrop. Offering high specification homes, the development itself is built around traditional family friendly street-scenes and interspersed with pockets of greenery.

 

Prioritising sustainability, the development has been constructed to accommodate local wildlife, with local flora planted to encourage a natural habitat for butterflies and insects, and a sustainable drainage system fitted throughout the development to filter rain water and create another habitat for wildlife.

Ideally situated for families, local primary school Alveston Church of England is minutes away from Birnam Mews, whilst secondary school options include OFSTED outstanding Stratford Girls’ Grammar School and King Edward VI School, as well as co-educational Stratford upon Avon school.