Windsor Great Park
Welcoming almost three million visitors a year, Windsor Great Park is a varied landscape of formal avenues, gardens, woodland, grassland, plus a deer park and great ancient oaks.
The Royal Landscape
This much visited area includes Virginia Water lake, two internationally famous gardens, the Savill and Valley Gardens, and a landscape of woodland, glades and forest rides.
Our forests are managed under a multi-purpose policy, integrating conservation of wildlife, timber production and public access. Wherever possible, major construction projects on the estate utilise our own timber.
£8.4 million Revenue in 2014/15, up from £7.9 million the previous year
£261 million The property valuation of the Windsor estate, increasing from £225 million in 2013/14
We manage the whole of the Windsor estate, which encompasses some 6,400 hectares (15,800 acres) stretching across 10 miles from north to south and from Berkshire into Surrey. How is the estate performing?
Windsor Great Park staff from awarded the Royal Victorian Medal
24 June 2015
Windsor Great Park marks VE Day Celebrations
06 May 2015
Windsor Estate pilots Corporate Natural Capital Accounting
27 January 2015