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Interesting facts and information about Hampton
- Hampton Hargate and Hampton Vale are two developments in Peterborough that started in 1996 building a community of almost five thousand homes
- Natural England has cited Hampton as an exemplar of how to integrate new development into the surrounding landscape. A pledge to provide at least 50% open space, and planted around 110,000 tree has been maintained by master developers O&H Properties
- Charities Buglife, The Wildlife Trust and Froglife, have been involved in the design of the open space, including a designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest Hampton Nature Reserve. The reserve managed by the charity Froglife is home to Europe’s largest population of Great Crested Newts and is notable not only for at least twenty seven butterfly species as well as its amphibian population and eighteen species of dragonfly
- Part of Peterborough’s 50-mile Green Wheel route encircling the city includes three miles of cycleway through the southern section of Hampton.
- Other suburbs within the city of Peterborough include Parnwell, Paston, Ravensthorpe Stanground, Walton, Werrington, West Town, Westwood, Woodston, Boroughby, Bretton, Dogsthorpe, Eastfield, Eastgate, Fengate, Fletton, Gunthorpe, Longthorpe, Millfield, Netherton, Newark, New England, The Ortons,