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Uxbridge Common

Uxbridge Common is a five-acre site, typical of the traditional village common in its layout which includes a pond, ditch network and perimeter tree planting.

By definition, the common is a fragment of remnant heath, meaning a small area of heath land remaining after the main part, which historically would have covered the surrounding area, no longer exists. The habitat is both locally and nationally scarce and important. Nutrient-poor acid grassland is also found on site, along with a pond which is home to the Great-Crested Newt, a UK BAP priority species. 

The variety of vegetation found on site associated with the important habitats attracts a wide range of wildlife including invertebrates and birds.


Uxbridge Common, Park Road, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1NR

Opening and closing hours for the park.


  • North Uxbridge Residents Association
  • Lawn area
  • Litter bins
  • Seating (benches)
  • Wildlife interest

How to get there

The common is situated north of Uxbridge town centre and is bordered by Park Road, West Common Road, North Common Road and South Common Road. 

Public Transport: There is access by bus from the town centre using the U1 or U10.

If you would like to notify us of any maintenance queries within the park, please report below.

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