Kingsbrook is the house-builder’s flagship development and it has worked closely with the RSPB to create wildlife-friendly spaces throughout the development so that animals can move freely throughout the residential areas.
Kingsbrook development is made up of green space including ponds, parks, meadows, orchards and a nature reserve. These features have been implemented at Kingsbrook to cultivate a sanctuary for wildlife. Barratt and David Wilson Homes has installed a number of swift bricks in properties at the Kingsbrook development to attract the protected species to nest when they are in Britain between early May and August. To reflect this, Barratt and David Wilson Homes have installed a sculpture by a local artist to represent one of the avian species that they hope to encourage to nest the development.
Young British Sculptor Charles Elliott and his team at Elliott of London were commissioned to create the two metre Verdigris and gold swift sphere to celebrate Barratt and David Wilson Homes’ partnership with the RSPB and the reintroduction of swifts into the area.
with the final result of our swift sphere, it’s been a team effort and I hope that the residents at Kingsbrook will enjoy it for years to come.”
Jo Alden, Technical Director at Barratt and David Wilson Homes North Thames said: said “The new public art at Central Square is a brilliant addition to the development.
“We are delighted to be able to contribute to the community in Aylesbury, old and new, by providing these wonderful facilities that can be enjoyed by everyone.”
Around 60% of the development is made up of green space including ponds, parks, meadows, orchards and a nature reserve. These features have been implemented at Kingsbrook to cultivate a sanctuary for wildlife.