Published: Wednesday 1 April 2020

Make the Most of Your Hour

Discover the green open spaces and walking routes you can enjoy near our developments

Exposure to the great outdoors is hugely beneficial to both our mental health, and our physical wellbeing. As a result of recent developments regarding COVID19, the demand for green space or access to outdoor areas has never been greater, with adults and children alike making the most of the hour permitted for that all-important outdoor activity. It’s crucial that we make the most of these mini adventures; we will certainly reap the rewards and appreciate them later.

In light of this, Inland Homes has a number of stunning developments that are home to verdant green spaces or walking routes either on site, or just minutes away; providing home owners with the best opportunity to get out there and explore. Ranging from garden spaces for children to play, to idyllic walking spots where residents can meander during an afternoon stroll, these homes are perfect for those who value the great outdoors…

Venue – Our brand-new apartment scheme, Venue is situated in the bustling market town of Maidenhead; an area which boasts a number of nearby parks and green spaces, including the 3-hectare Kidwells Park, Grenfell Park, and Braywick Nature Park. With multiple riverside walks, including a route stretching from Maidenhead to Cookham, residents can ‘make the most of their hour’ and enjoy the surrounding countryside.

Centre Square – Ideally situated in the heart of High Wycombe, Centre Square is a mere 100m from 53 acres of parkland at The Rye; an ideal spot for blowing the cobwebs away. Once lockdown is over, families and couples are sure to flock to The Rye for a much overdue picnic.

Inland’s’ two Southampton developments, Chapel Riverside and Meridian Waterside both enjoy a prominent location on the west bank of the River Itchen. It is here that residents and Southampton locals have access to a stunning waterfront backdrop, with charming riverside walks and award-winning parks such as Southampton Common, Mayflower Park, and East Park. The developments also boast verdant landscaping, courtyard gardens, riverside walkways and public parkland on site.

Gardiners Park Village – Careful consideration has been given to the surrounding greenery at Gardiners Park Village, with an array of attractive gardens, mature trees and pathways creating an appealing and inviting environment for all residents to enjoy. The landscaped gardens are perfect for some mini circuits to entertain the kids during lockdown. With just two homes remaining, be sure to register your interest before they’re snapped up!

Jasmine Park – Jasmine Park is a popular choice for young families and couples, due to its’ fantastic situation in Ipswich. Just two miles from Jasmine Park is the gorgeous Chantry Park; a conservation area covering more than 124 acres. This is also the perfect place to walk your furry friends. Venturing slightly further afield, residents and Ipswich locals can explore Christchurch Park with large stretches of beautiful grounds – perfect for an afternoon gander.

The Wessex - Finally, our upcoming development, The Wessex is set to be a winner when it comes to outdoor fun. Located in the sunny seaside town of Bournemouth, prospective home-owners will reap all the benefits of that fabulous sea-air once the scheme is launched. So, be sure to make the most of your time outside during lockdown, and you will truly reap the rewards of the great outdoors.