What Do Children Think Of Myton Green Park?

 

Catesby Estates delivered the public open space at Myton Green in Warwick.

The Europa Way Consortium comprising The King Henry VIII Endowed Trust, Warwick; the Charity of Thomas Oken and Nicholas Eyffler and the Gardner Trust handover the newly created 25 acre Myton Green Park to Warwick District Council and the people of Warwick in December 2021.

Myton Green is a 96 acre residential development site and delivers 735 resource efficient, low carbon new homes including 33% affordable housing with access to substantial public open space.

Over 25 acres of the site is public open space and green infrastructure with six equipped play areas including a multi-use games pitch with five-aside football and basketball court, a 4,500 metre network of new footpaths and cycleways along with the planting of more than 250 specimen trees.

Due to the size and complexity of the site, Catesby Estates was appointed to deal with the Reserved Matters Application, and  subsequent serviced land parcel sales to Avant, Miller, Bovis and Redrow Homes. 

We were also responsible for delivering the public open space works and site infrastructure including the creation of a new tree-lined community spine road which will eventually link Europa Way with Gallows Hill. 

We took the opportunity to find out what local children think of the play spaces at Myton Green.

Find out more about Myton Green here.