Bilston Urban Village


Bilston Urban Village is a flagship development for Wolverhamption and the wider Black Country. It aims to showcase the area's ability to deliver mixed-use and sustainable housing development alongside the creation and management of high quality green spaces that are an asset for both local communities and biodiversity. The Land Trust has responsibility for the public open spaces that are part of the Urban Village and will work the secondary school and local community to help them get the most out of the green spaces on their doorstep and enjoy the physical and mental benefits that spending time outdoors can bring.

The Present and the Future

Bilston Urban Village is a major initiative to build 400 new homes, alongside employment and commercial development on brownfield land immediately to the south of Bilston, one of the major urban areas in the north-west of the Black Country.

The aims of the project were to rehabilitate and improve the biodiversity of 14 hectares of land to create a network of linked biodiverse and multi-functional greenspaces with in the development.

The responsibility for management of these greenspaces was transferred to the Land Trust at the end of 2019.

Bilston Urban Village Contact

The site contact for our Bilston Urban Village space is Richard Schneider

This space is managed in partnership with Groundwork West Midlands

Visitor Information

Opening Hours

The green spaces are open 24 hours a day.


(click here to find the nearest public toilets)

Entrance cost

The site is free to use.


There are footpaths throughout the site.


Well controlled dogs are welcome.


Bankfield Road , Bilston, WV14 0EE

Site size: 14 hectares


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Alongside the new homes there has also been significant investment in a new leisure centre and secondary school and a network of paths and cycle routes across the site to encourage people to get around in a more environmentally friendly way.

Land Trust Contact

To contact the Land Trust about this site or how we could help manage your space please email our Estates Manager Mary Doyle .

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