Alvanley Park, Cheshire

Park Features

12-month residential tenure
Modern park homes
Quiet rural location
Short drive to shopping centre
Convenient on-site parking
Children welcome for stays

Nearby Attractions


This perfectly located park is in a tranquil and picturesque area of Cheshire. Alvanley Park near Frodsham is an exclusive residential site offering an enhanced quality of life for like-minded people from similar walks of life. This luxurious gated residential community offers a selection of high-end 1 and 2-bedroom park homes. Surrounded by green space and friendly neighbours you are guaranteed a relaxing, serene location, with ample leisure opportunities on and off-site. You’ll be at home in no time in one of Alvanley Park’s beautiful park homes.

Alvanley Park has plenty to offer its residents from its central but serene location on the outskirts of Frodsham, a quaint yet dynamic market town in the picturesque county of Cheshire. Just a short drive from Runcorn and approximately 16 miles from Liverpool, the park is perfectly located for those want to enjoy peace and tranquility in a rural setting while always being close to major shopping centres, leisure facilities, entertainment and all other amenities.

Alvanley Park is a dream come true for those looking for a low-maintenance lifestyle close to nature and an abundance of leisure facilities. A friendly, welcoming community, it is a small, safe site offering residents peace and quiet in the countryside. Just a short distance from the market town of Frodsham, which benefits from a railway station, it delivers lifestyle living with local amenities just down the road. The River Weaver runs to the north-east of the town and, on the west, it overlooks the estuary of the River Mersey.

If you like beautiful green spaces, Alvanley Park ticks all the boxes – residents can while away the hours exploring the site’s expansive green outdoor spaces, or can step off-site into one of the many parks, nature reserves and woods that are within easy walking distance of your front door. You’re within a stone’s throw from the likes of Harmer’s Wood and Helsby Hill (a woodland fort belonging to the National Trust), including as many as four farms close by just waiting to be explored. Children are welcome to stay for short breaks.

Distance to:

Harmers Wood – 1.1 miles (5 minutes by car)
Tesco Superstore – 1.3 miles (6 minutes)
Helsby Train Station – 1.7 miles (7 minutes)
Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet – 6.4 miles (15 minutes)

On-site parking next to homes.

Getting to Alvanley Residential Park

From Liverpool take the A59 to the M53 in Wallasey, then follow the M53 and M56 to the A557 in Runcorn. Exit the motorway at junction 12 from M56 to join the A557 and follow it to the A56 in Frodsham. Please note: tolls apply.


Alvanley Park
Tarvin Road

Alvanley Park Park rules The main purpose of these park rules is to ensure that park owners can provide a framework to allow all residents individual privacy, standards and comfort without interference from any other resident and that any development is controlled to the mutual benefit of all. 1. Residents must be over 50 2. Children are not allowed to reside on the park but grand children are permitted for short holidays 3. Dogs are not allowed to reside on the park but cats are allowed. 4. All the requests by residents for charges to the home, shed boundaries, or pitch should be in writing with appropriate plans showing measurements. All approvals (which will not be unreasonably withheld) or refusals by the park owners must also be in writing. Verbal agreements or failure to request approval will have no status (requiring the property to be returned to its original state at the expense of the resident) unless and until approved in writing. 5. Homes must always be in a sound, clean condition, decorated externally every three years and maintained within the original colour scheme (cream variation) when purchased. No external structural alteration or addition will be permitted without the approval of the park owners and must be within the conditions laid down by the local licensing authority. However, any reasonable request should not be unreasonably refused. 6. No home shall be used to accommodate a number of persons in excess of the number of berths installed by the manufactures. 7. Residents are responsible for the cleanliness of the pitch and home and all grassed areas within their pitch cut and maintained regularly. The underneath of the homes should be kept clear at all times and certainly should not be used to store combustible materials. 8. Homes should have appropriate and adequate insurance cover at times and evidence of insurance should be provided to the park owners upon request. 9. Electrical installations, smoke detection systems, carbon monoxide systems and gas appliances should be regularly maintained by qualified tradesmen and meet the standards required by the appropriate regulatory bodies. All systems must be tested and certificated in accordance with the requirements of the residents’ insurance policy. 10. Musical instruments, radios, televisions and other appliances should not be so loud as to cause nuisance to neighbours, especially between the hours of 10pm to 8am Residents who wish to arrange a private party, barbeque or special event should have consideration for others and out of courtesy clear it with neighbours. 11. The speed limit is ten miles per hour and all residents, visitors, delivery companies and contractors must observe this. Residents must hold a current driving licence and be insured to drive any vehicle on the park and must insure any vehicle driven on the park is taxed in accordance with the law and is in a roadworthy condition. Discussed or un-roadworthy vehicles must not be kept anywhere on the park. We reserve the right to remove any vehicle which apparently abandoned. On no account should residents or their visitors drive on the park whilst under the influence of drink to the extent that they would not comply with UK drink driving laws. Any contraventions should be reported to the park owners particularly in cases of persistent abuse. 12. The licencing authority has approved a maximum of two cars per driveway and residents should ensure they and their visitors use the driveway in the first instance. Visitor bays are for visitors and can only be used by residents temporarily where driveways are temporarily inaccessible. On no account should vehicles be parked on the roadway, verges, any other residents’ pitch without their approval or in any vacant plot 13. Residents are responsible for the behaviour of their personal visitors or visiting grandchildren. 14. All sheds or replacement sheds must be of non-combustible material and located in accordance with the local authority rules. Other than where consent has already been given for more than one shed/storage, all homes should have only one shed, the design, standard, size and location must be approved in writing to ensure local authority compliance. 15. Leylandii trees or similar are not to be placed at all and large trees require the park owner’s written consent. Trees should not be pruned or taken out without the park owner’s permission. 16. Refuse must be deposited in approved local authority containers which must not be over filled and must be kept out of sight until the day of the routine collection. 17. Access or use of vacant plots is not allowed. 18. All homes should have an approved fire extinguisher(s) which must be regularly maintained and certificated and fit for purpose. 19. Park extinguishers should only be used in emergencies and park water points should not be used by residents for personal use. 20. No unauthorised signs are to be erected. 21. Residents must not use the park home, the pitch or the park (or any part of the park) for any business purpose, and must not use the park home or the pitch for storage of stock, plant, machinery or equipment for any business purpose. Other than for delivering goods and services and the park owners vehicles used for the purposes of park management and maintenance, parking of commercial or light goods vehicles is not allowed. However, residents are at liberty to work individually from home by carrying out any office work of a type which does not create nuisance to other residents and does not involve other staff, other workers, customers or members of the public at the park homer or the park. 22. Residents or their visitors are prohibited to carry offensive weapons or other objects likely to cause offence and all residents should conduct themselves with due regard to neighbours, visitors and park contractors. 23. Residents should ensure free passage around their home for emergency services etc. 24. Residents should ensure that their litter is picked up and disposed of properly 25. Residents are reminded to follow the statutory process when selling their home. 26. The park owners do not accept any liability whatsoever for loss or damage to the residents or their visitors property. Approved and lodged with Cheshire West and Chester Council 3 December 2014.