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Launching summer 2024

Forest Walk is a potential development of high-specification homes in the stunning Gloucestershire countryside. Proposed to sit near the banks of the River Severn, this exciting development will offer... Read more ›


  • 2, 3, and 4-bedroom homes
  • Semi-rural community
  • Excellent commuter links; easy access to major cities
  • Well-regarded local schools
  • Electric vehicle charging points

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Stylish new homes in Lydney

Stylish new homes in Lydney

Forest Walk will join a semi-rural community on the outskirts of Lydney, Gloucestershire. The local town resides on the banks of Britain’s longest river, with the area renowned for its breathtaking views and farmland.

The proposed site is a little over a mile from Lydney town centre, and under an hour’s drive to Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Newport, and Cardiff.

This development will fall under the administration of Forest of Dean District Council and Gloucestershire County Council.

The local area

  • Lydney train station
    5 mins
  • Convenience store
    15 mins
  • Lydney Recreation Trust Ground
    8 mins
  • Bristol city centre
    45 mins
  • Standing Stones landmark
    7 mins
  • Bristol Airport
    1 hour

Wye Valley area of outstanding natural beauty is closest to the development at Clearwell Caves, seven miles north-west. The area stretches as far north as Hereford, presenting fascinating landmarks alongside protected countryside, including King Arthur’s Cave – a 39-minute drive away.

The area provides unique leisure, with horse riding centres and trout fisheries located just minutes down the A48. Go Ape is six miles away, and the National Diving and Activity Centre is eight miles away, for thrill seekers.

Lydney Golf club is a five-minute drive away offering a challenging riverside course. The town is also proud host to historic cricket and rugby clubs, as well as a football team which is enjoying its most successful period to date.

Freedom Leisure, a six-minute drive away, offers a state-of-the-art gym and swimming pool, running exercise programmes and outdoor activities. An open-air pool can be found at Bathurst, two miles away, ideal for cooling off in summer.

Residents of Forest Walk will find a number of primary schools and a high school in Lydney, ideal for those with young families.

Severnbanks Primary School is under a mile away, for an easy drop-off, while Lydney C of E Community School and Primrose Hill C of E Primary School are a seven- and 10-minute drive away, respectively.

For those of secondary school age, The Dean Academy is a seven-minute bike ride away, part of The Athelstan Trust comprehensive school community. Other high school options can be found in the surrounding towns, including The Forest High School in Cinderford, 10 miles away.

For those interested in pursuing higher education, Bristol is a 46-minute drive away. The metropolitan city offers a choice of institutions, including the Russell Group acknowledged University of Bristol, the University of the West of England, and SGS Higher Education and University Centre.

Forest Walk has useful transport links which afford a semi-rural lifestyle with access to major cities. Lakeside Drive bus stop is a 10-minute walk away offering transport into Lydney town centre.

Lydney train station is a five-minute drive away providing regular routes to destinations including Cheltenham Spa, Nottingham, and Cardiff Central. Newport offers connections through to London, with the total journey time from the development to the capital being under two and a half hours.

The A48 is a three-minute drive away, leading north-east to Gloucester in a further 29 minutes, or south-west reaching the Severn Bridge in 19 minutes. Drivers are also 27 and 29 minutes from the M4 and M5, respectively.

Bristol Airport is an hour’s drive away and provides destinations and connections worldwide.

Located within walking distance of Lydney town centre, the development has access to a parade of shops, a library, a pharmacy, a post office, and a number of thriving businesses. A local town hall hosts various activities, and residents are spoiled for food choices with a healthy selection of independent eateries, pubs, and cafés.

The Ugly Duckling Restaurant – juts two miles away – provides traditional British cuisine, while the The George Inn and The Globe Inn both offer traditional pub experiences and hearty food eight minutes away in the car.

Everyday essentials can be found in a choice of well-known supermarket brands within a five-minute drive. Comprehensive shopping and award-winning dining can be located in Lydney’s surrounding cities, with Bristol providing some of the country’s most varied independent vendors.

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Please note that while every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, particulars regarding local amenities and their proximity should be considered as general guidance only. The identification of schools and other educational establishments is intended to illustrate the relationship to the development only and does not represent a guarantee of eligibility or admission. Journey times are representative of journeys made by car unless stated otherwise and may vary according to travel conditions and time of day.
Sources: Good Maps, The AA, Transport for London and National Rail.