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Newts wander free as wildlife and home owners happily ‘co-exist’ at Peters Village

Environmental studies at Peters Village in Kent show that people and wildlife are flourishing side by side. The new 1,000-home community near Wouldham offers a green and diverse environment for residents. It holds extensive views of the River Medway and adjoining reed beds, scrubland, wooded …


Get linked - climb aboard the online Peters Village Travel Plan

Peters Village now has an online Travel Plan portal to highlight and promote the community’s comprehensive sustainable transport and communications network. The new digital presence complements the Residents’ Travel Information leaflet published in November and distributed to existing and …


Flora and fauna a natural attraction for Ashberry Homes at Peters Village

Natural neighbourhoods with plenty of fauna and flora are said to improve residents stress levels according to new research by the University of Oxford. House buyers will have plenty of access to the great outdoors at Ashberry Homes’ Victoria Gardens development at Peters Village, offering luscious …


Bus delay now could bring better service later for Peters Village

Plans to link Peters Village into the 155 bus service from the Medway Towns to Maidstone, after June 3 have been delayed, due to possible disruption during peak traffic conditions. The existing service by bus operator, Arriva, already stops at neighbouring Wouldham, Burham and Eccles on its …


'Photographic memory' will be key to this year's school arts competition

Children living near Peters Village on the east bank of the River Medway, have celebrated local heritage with wide-ranging art over the past three years. Paintings, drawings, sculptures, models and many abstract creations have all featured in the annual ‘Why I Love My Valley’ Arts Competition …