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Tachbrook Country Park – Stay clear and safe for now!

While much work is happening behind the scenes in preparation for the development of the new 49-hectare (121-acre) Tachbrook Country Park, Warwick District Council is sending out a reminder to local residents that the proposed area remains in private ownership and is currently unsuitable for public access.

Although planning permission to create the new public space was granted in November 2022 and the processes of land transfers, ecological and archaeological investigations and procurement are well underway, the Council would like to make local people aware that the ground conditions underfoot within the perimeter are unknown and potentially hazardous.

The creation of the new country park is subject to a number of complex legal agreements and coordination with adjacent developers, landowners and utility providers as well as tying in with access to and from the new Oakley Grove School in Bishop’s Tachbrook.

In a simultaneous project the District Council continues to work in partnership with Warwickshire County Council, on plans which will see an end-to-end cycle route, between the Warwick and Bishop’s Tachbrook, providing a traffic free access between the new housing developments and new schools.

Further information and FAQS about Tachbrook Country Park can be found by visiting