Marham Park is a superb development located on the outskirts of the picturesque market town of Bury St Edmunds. It will create a new neighbourhood which is proposed to include new leisure facilities, allotments and green open spaces available to both new and existing residents. There will be improvements to the existing public transport services, as well as an extensive network of footway and cycle ways.
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Bury St Edmunds is a picturesque market town in west Suffolk. The town has a rich heritage and boasts an array of fabulous venues for eating, recreation and shopping. The impressive produce market takes place every Wednesday and Saturday and is one of the most successful street markets in the country. It is well known for Abbey Gardens, which is a ruined abbey right in the town centre, along with its beautiful adjoining gardens.
Marham Park couldn’t be better placed to take advantage of existing transport links.
It is ideally located approximately 2.4 miles from Bury St Edmunds station, with travel to Ipswich in 30 minutes and Cambridge in 40 minutes.
The A14 is the main road serving Bury St Edmunds, with junction 42 just 0.5 miles away. It runs from Birmingham to Felixstowe and connects the town to London (via the M11/A11).
For domestic and international flights London Stansted Airport is just over 45 miles away from the development.
There are a number of excellent schools within close proximity of Marham Park. Suffolk is in the process of moving to the more universally-recognized two-tier education system of primary and secondary schools, rather than having middle schools between primary and secondary.
Many schools have already moved over but the final transition will be made by September 2016.
There are five primary schools within 5 miles of the development. With Howard Community Primary School and St Edmundsbury Primary School only 2.5 miles away.
There are also a number of fantastic secondary schools located close by. Bury St Edmunds County upper School is located just 2.4 miles away and is rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted.
The ‘Arc’ shopping centre in Bury St Edmunds is a modern open-scape centre which opened in 2009. It boasts a range of leisure facilities including a new curved Debenhams flagship store. In the older-established centre, unique independent shops run alongside high street brands and unique boutiques creating a diverse mix of shopping choices. The provision market in Bury St Edmunds is one of the most successful traditional street markets in the country, and occurs on Wednesdays and Saturdays with over 80 stalls.