Plot 31 – The Yew
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Brampton Park offers easy access to the A1, A14 and M11 and it’s ideally located for commuting, shopping and has good access to the areas many local facilities.
The A1 provides excellent links North & South. Getting to Brampton Park couldn’t be easier. You can either leave the A14 at junction 22 and follow the B1514 into Brampton, the development is signposted and can be found on the right at the roundabout with Central Avenue or from the A1, follow the B1514 towards Brampton, go past the golf club on your right and the development will be on your left-hand side at the roundabout with Central Avenue.
The scheme also provides a significant improvement to the local footpath network in order to help integrate the site to the main village as well as safe walking access to Brampton Village Primary School. Further improvements to the Buckden Rd and Church Road footpaths will provide safe access to Hinchinbrook Secondary School.
Brampton Park will host:
- A community building for the Parish Council and local community, designed in full consultation with all stake holders and the local Theatre Group
- Formal open space comprising – Football Pitches, Tennis Courts, Multi use games area (MUGA), Play areas and Allotments
- There will be a Co-op and 2 further smaller retail units available from December 2018.
Brampton is home to about 5,000 residents and this thriving village has a host of amenities and facilities including a nursery and primary school, shops, pubs, restaurants, doctors and dentists. With many historic buildings and an ancient parish church, of particular interest are Brampton’s connections with the diarist Samuel Pepys. Brampton still has its village green and enjoys a number of meeting halls, serving as venues for a host of local events and community activities, plus playing fields that include a children’s play area, skate park, Brampton Wood and Brampton 18 hole Golf Course.
There is an array of open spaces nearby, such as the River Great Ouse, Portholme Meadow, Hinchingbrooke Country Park, while the excitement of a day at the races can be enjoyed at nearby Huntingdon Racecourse.
Brampton Park will host a new community building for the Parish Council and local community, formal open space comprising; football pitches, tennis courts, multi-use games area, play areas and allotments. There will also be a large Co-op and 2 further smaller retail units.
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