St Cuthbert's Garden Village Carlisle
St Cuthbert’s Garden Village, Carlisle is an ambitious proposal that could include the development of up to 10,000 new quality homes, new employment opportunities, community facilities and a new southern link road.
Of the 14 sites included in the Government’s Garden Village programme, St Cuthbert’s is by far the largest in terms of its potential capacity. It is also one of only two Garden Villages north of Manchester and easily amongst the most ambitious development projects being actively progressed within the north of England.
Promoting sustainable growth
Carlisle is the City of the Lakes.
It is located just south of the Scottish border and is within easy reach of two internationally renowned World Heritage Sites - the Lake District and Hadrian's Wall. It is an important station on the West Coast Mainline with regular train journeys departing for London taking just over three hours. The city enjoys excellent road and rail connections to a number of major cities including Newcastle, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Manchester.
St Cuthbert's Garden Village is located just south of the City of Carlisle, enjoying commanding views of the North Pennines and Lake District Fells and easy access to Carlisle's regional connections.
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St Cuthbert’s Garden Village is identified as a broad location for growth in the Carlisle District Local Plan.
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St Cuthbert’s was designated as a Garden Village as part of the Government’s Garden Towns and Villages Programme. To see a copy of the bid, click below
A new link road is proposed by Cumbria County Council. To find out more visit their website .