The Gardenway is the first major project contained within the Aylesbury Garden Town Masterplan to come forward.

The Gardenway is an 18km orbital park that will encircle Aylesbury which will be delivered in phases over several years. The route will connect with existing walking and cycling routes providing a green corridor to surrounding villages and the local countryside.

Supporting the town’s Paralympic legacy, the Gardenway will be designed to be fully accessible. The aspiration is to include a direct link to Stoke Mandeville Hospital.

The Gardenway will provide routes for walking, wheeling and cycling. As well as being a haven for wildlife it will encourage play, active lifestyles, food growing and, outdoor leisure.

How To Get Involved

A concept illustration of the route of the Gardenway

Community Engagement

A tree lined path leading into the distance

Self-guided Walks

What Is The Gardenway

  • A destination point for residents and visitors alike delivering new public green space for everyone to enjoy.

  • A fully connected green and blue infrastructure corridor connecting local parks, community gardens, woodlands, playgrounds, natural areas, waterways and heritage sites.

  • A haven for wildlife and biodiversity with significant new areas of habitat including woodland planting.

  • A way to help address the climate emergency by providing more sustainable travel routes.

  • A key deliverable of the town’s future walking and cycling network, set out in the Aylesbury Garden Town Local Cycling and Walking Plan (LCWIP).

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Hear what Rob Butler MP, Councillors, stakeholders and members of the local community had to say about the Gardenway.

As part of the Gardenway co-design and engagement programme a number of short vox pops were recorded from Rob Butler MP, Councillors, stakeholders and members of the local community.

Click on the youtube link to hear their thoughts.