The community hub includes a kitchen, utility, gym, three toilets, including one disabled, and open space for various groups to utilise.
There’s an electric car charging point available and bike hire will be available for residents to enjoy.
Edenstone has gifted a number of bikes from previous developments to Envirioability, the Mayor of Ross on Wye’s charity of the year.
Deputy Mayor, Councillor Bev Pope, said: “What Edenstone have done with the St Mary’s Garden Village Community Hub is really ground breaking in energy and design terms. It’s a beautiful space and its renewable credentials are second to none. I am really looking forward to visiting their net zero energy house when it is completed later this spring.”
Other community facilities provided within St Mary’s Garden Village include a play area and kickabout area, wetlands, ponds and formal gardens, plus allotments.
St Mary’s Garden Village will eventually feature 348 homes. The new neighbourhood features the Edenstone Group’s two housing brands – Edenstone Homes and Bluebell Homes.
For the latest availability and pricing see www.edenstonehomes.com/st-marys-garden-village, or www.bluebellhomes.co.uk/stmarys.