Welcome to LAPRA (Little Aston Park Residents Association)

Little Aston Park is a private residential estate consisting of around 340 unique and prestigious architect designed homes. The estate is situated approx. 2miles from the Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield and is nestled close to Sutton Park, a nature reserve covering approx. 2,400 acres making it one of Europe’s largest urban parks. Little Aston Park is well known for its beautiful historic Rhododendron lined Roman Road which closely follows the path of the ancient Roman Icknield Street. The estate covers approximately 500 - 600 acres and was formed when the grounds of Little Aston Hall was sold in the early 1900’s. Little Aston Park is also the home of St Peter’s Church and Little Aston Golf Club which is ranked no. 34 in Golf World 2018 England's Top 100 Courses.

The parks private roads and gated entrances are maintained by LAPRA Limited (Little Aston Park Residents Association), to which home-owners contribute. To ensure only high standards of development, Lichfield Council requires “for properties to be very large and detached, set down long driveways with significant screening and landscaping between neighbouring properties”. Areas within the park fall into three different categories – within the conservation area, within the conservation area but not within the Little Aston Density Policy and those which are not covered by either. In addition, the non-developed borders to the park are protected by being designated as green belt land. There is no public right of way across the estate.

Little Aston Park consists of: Roman Road, Roman Lane, Roman Grange, Squirrel Walk, Rosemary Drive, Keepers Road, Beech Gate, Park Drive, Claverdon Drive, Longacres, Longfield Drive, Selwyn Walk, Talbot Avenue, Roman Park ,Jervis Park, Endwood Drive, Alderhithe Grove, Barns Croft, Fallow Field, Royston Chase, and Vercourt.

General Enquiries

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Contacts:

Accountants

Haslehursts

Solicitors

R&R Williams & Son

Managing Agents

James Morris