A place for people and nature to thrive
Today’s challenge is to rethink how we live with nature, finding space for development and nature to coexist and thrive. Through Our Vision, Berkeley Group has committed to creating a net biodiversity gain on all new developments. Put simply, this means there will be more nature after we finished than before we began.
At Twyford we propose a landscape-led masterplan based around the concept of a ‘nature recovery network’. This would involve restoring and reconnecting areas of isolated habitat and creating valuable new natural spaces.
The masterplan envisages a joined-up network of green spaces and corridors to reconnect remnant habitats, re-establishing movement routes for wildlife species.
Castle End Gardens would include interconnected green corridors and spaces, featuring 1000s of new trees, woodland, wetlands, swales and hedgerows, all designed to provide connected spaces for people and nature to thrive.