Walking is a fantastic way to get – and stay – healthy.

One of the reasons health experts give walking rave reviews is because it’s a ‘lifestyle exercise’. That means you can usually make time for it without too much of a change to your daily routine. Walking to work, to the shops, or the final mile from the bus stop may take a little more time, but it’s certainly not the big project that signing up for a gym (and the time or cost to get there) can be.

St Andrew’s View is within walking distance of a range of local facilities, including employment opportunities further north on Bruntcliffe Road and Gelderd Road, education facilities including both primary and secondary schools, retail and leisure destinations including ASDA and Morley town centre.

Barratt Homes has funded improvements to the local pedestrian network as part of the St Andrew’s View development, including a new pelican crossing and wider footways on Bruntcliffe Road in the vicinity of the site and 2 additional crossing points further west. Our aim is to make it even easier and safer for you to travel locally on foot.

Plan your journey on foot

If you are unfamiliar with the local area and looking to understand what route you may be best taking, there are now a number of handy online journey planners available. Use the Google Maps route planner to plan your journey between any two points and find out your journey time.


Useful Links

  • Local Walking Groups

    Ramblers.org.uk allows you to search for local walking routes, events and groups in the local area.
  • Living Streets

    Living Streets is a national charity that supports pedestrians. The website provides details of walking campaigns, including Walk to Work Week, and has lots of useful information on why it’s great to walk!
  • Walking for Health

    Walking for Health offers over 3,000 free, short walks every week. Find your nearest health walk scheme here.
  • Walking for Life

    Want to know where to walk or find out how long your regular walk is or perhaps you'd like to find someone to walk with. Click here for lots of useful walking tips to track your walks and even monitor your fitness levels.