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LetLife is the newest addition to the Chartway Partnerships Group, a brand created specifically for private rented family homes.
Chartway Building Supplies is a Kent based building and construction materials merchant.
Chartway Partnerships provides a complete range of building services across Kent, East Sussex, Surrey and South London.
Chartway Civil Engineering is a leading Kent based civil engineering and groundworks specialist.
Chartway Drylining specialises in drylining, screeding, plastering, & rendering for housebuilders and developers across the Kent and the South East.
Chartway Partnerships specialises in joint venture partnerships with Housing Associations and Councils to deliver large residential developments across the South East.
Pebble Gate Place
Sandwich lies on the river Stour which flows for two miles to Sandwich Bay, an unspoilt stretch of pebble beach. The medieval town with its narrow winding streets offers a range of eclectic individual shops, a Co-Op supermarket and a great selection of restaurants, cafes and pubs. Sandwich Bay is home to two nature reserves and award-winning golf courses Royal St George’s and Prince’s and is just an 11 minute drive to the popular town of Deal and 7 minutes to Pegwell Bay which forms part of the Sandwich Bay and Pegwell National Nature Reserve.
Sandwich has four schools: Sandwich Infant School, Sandwich Junior School, and for older pupils, Sandwich Technology School and Sir Roger Manwood’s School. Westwood Cross Shopping centre is 18 minutes’ drive and offers a range of shopping, restaurants and entertainment venues.
Travel routes from Sandwich include rail travel to St Pancras in just over 90 minutes and access to the M2 via the A259; Canterbury is a 30- minute drive.