Bridge piling progresses...

Wildlife habitats protected

Transforming a brown field site...

...into a new community

Rare flora and fauna

A magnificent new crossing by 2016

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Focus on the Greenway

Hall Road at Wouldham is an important part of the Peters Village development and its approved re-working ‘Greenway’ will make it fit for its new use, and as visually and environmentally attractive as any road can be read more

DEFENDING NATURE & OUR RECORD

Trenport has spent heavily and worked hard to be a responsible steward for the site’s natural landscape, flora and fauna.

Management of the Peters Pit Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) has adhered to a 1990s programme agreed with the Government-backed Natural England (and its predecessor English Nature) and Kent Wildlife Trust.

This programme and management by KWT – costing £20,000 a year and met by Trenport – is consistently reviewed and approved by Natural England, which recently made a special inspection and awarded another clean bill of health for the SSSI team’s sterling work. Trenport has also guaranteed long term protection, management and enhancement of the SSSI during and after the Peters Village development.read more

Peters Village - In Brief

The net area of Peters Village development is approximately 35.05 hectares (86.61 acres) - 11.1 hectares (27.3 acres) is set aside as public open space. The development will be mostly low rise, though a few in the village centre next to the river will include buildings to a maximum of 4/5 storeys high, while the lower platform in the quarry and along Hall Road will include the occasional 'landmark' building at 3/4 storeys. 

A new local centre next to the river will include: community centre, medical centre, shop, public house and employment units.

This wide-ranging project also includes: a new primary school, new areas of open space and playing fields, a new riverside walk, plus the protection and management of the Peters Pit nature reserve.

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