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WALTON - EASTERN AREAS
Shay Lane (East), Soap House Yard, Cherry Tree, Brooklands, and Elmwood Estates
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Walton - Eastern Districts

Views in and around the eastern districts of Walton. Shay Lane heads north-east to Crofton, our neighbouring village.

There are a number of residential areas off Shay Lane (B6378): Brooklands, Cherry Tree and Elmwood estates.
Beyond Brooklands there are a number of farms and farmland to the east and south including:
Brook Farm, Thorntree Hill, Hare Park High and Low Woods, Hare Park Wood,
and south to Haw Park (Walton) Wood, Stubbs Piece, Anglers Country Park
and Walton (Waterton) Park.

A public footpath (Walton No. 3 'Hilly Fields' runs from Shay Lane near Drain Beck Bridge and runs alongside Waterton's Wall to Anglers and Walton Park's East Gate.

• See also Hilly Fields and Stubbs Field.

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SHAY LANE - EAST (from Walton Locks to Nine Arches)
CHERRY TREE ESTATE
ELMWOOD ESTATE

Click to enlargeElmwood Estate is adjacent to the Waterways Land. For more information, see the Wakefield MDC Local Development Framework, Site Specific Proposals Submission, February 2011.
Ref. PAS W60 WATERWAYS LAND, WALTON
The above site is shown on the Proposals Map and is allocated as Safeguarded Land (Protected Areas of Search for Long Term Development).

The land off The Grove (the Waterton Green development) has the same status. Read about 'PAS'.

BROOKLANDS ESTATE & SHAY LANE TOWARDS CROFTON

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