A new cycle path we built to help residents leave their cars at home was officially opened by the mayor of St Albans.
The Right Worshipful the Mayor of the City and District of St Albans, Cllr Annie Brewster, launched the new public route linking our Chiltern region’s Mosaic development with the train station and the Alban Way.
It provides a car-free path through the area and was delivered as part of the new, high quality homes we’re providing.
Cllr Annie Brewster said: “I was thrilled to visit the impressive newly completed Mosaic development. The work that has gone into the cycle path providing a new link from the Alban Way to St Albans City Railway Station is amazing.
“The successful new cycle route shows what can be achieved via joint working. I am very pleased to see that Linden Homes has implemented such a beneficial scheme to the wider community as well as the new residents of Mosaic.”
Linden Homes Chiltern managing director Darren Maddox added: “It’s so important when we’re building a new development like Mosaic that we consider links to the wider community both for new and existing residents.”
All of our floor joists are made in the UK using a carbon negative process and sustainably sourced timber.
Linden Homes has contributed over £12.8 million towards outdoor open areas throughout the UK since 2010.