The Village wins again


The 2008 Homes Overseas awards were held in London on the 29th November and The Village Coconut Island came away as winners for the second year running. The UK manager, Andy Wallace was there to collect not just one but two awards.

The Village Coconut Island, being developed on Coconut Island just 650 meters off the east coast of Phuket, Thailand, has won various awards in its short time and the two new awards only add to this stunning development which is truly Phuket’s ultimate tropical retreat.
The Village won:
Best Development Thailand Gold
Best Landscape Design Silver
Jay Walker, Sales and Marketing Manager for The Village was ecstatic to once again receive these awards from Homes Overseas. Walker said “We were all so happy last year winning a gold award and now winning, not only gold in Best Development Thailand, but also winning silver in Best Landscape Design, has made all the staff very proud to be part of this amazing development”. He continues “We are looking forward to the next 12 months and are positive in the current climate as we have an excellent product and a fantastic team”. 
The Village Coconut Island has already built over 30 beautiful villas all with stunning views over Phang Nga Bay; the resort is open and already fully booked for December and January.
For more information regard this development please visit or call 00 66 878 888 082.

The Village, Coconut Island awarded top environmental recognition

Phuket ,


The Village, Coconut Island located close to Phuket, has been awarded the ‘Commended’ kitemark from The website, which profiles eco-developments around the world, annually awards kitemarks to the developments that they feel are worthy of recognition because of their sustainability.
The Village has been awarded the kitemark for the many eco-friendly aspects that have been incorporated into both the design and building of the development. It is a zero-carbon development, making use of solar panels to generate power as well as using heat from the air conditioning exchangers to heat water in the villas, reducing carbon emissions.
The development has a clear waste policy with colour-coded recycling bins being provided to encourage the recycling of glass, plastic, paper and other materials. The Village is also eco-friendly in its collection of rainwater and the fact that the site’s grey water is cleaned and recycled for use again. In conjunction with these important features, the development’s build has also made use of local, sustainable building materials, such as wood from sustainable, locally forested trees and concrete made onsite from indigenous materials. Coconut Island is also flagged as car-free, with guests of the resort using either electric golf buggies or bicycles for transportation.
Jay Walker, Sales and Marketing Manager for The Village, recognises the importance of being awarded the kitemark, “we are very pleased that have formally recognised our commitment to green issues and environmental efficiency. In developing The Village on Coconut Island we wanted to ensure that it not only met government standards for eco-efficiency but also led the way on many important issues that are affecting both the world today and are set to affect the world of the future. It is excellent that such a highly thought of website in the environmental field has awarded us the kitemark and we look forward to using the award to further market our forward-thinking development.”
For more information on The Village, Coconut Island call 00 66 878 888 082 or visit: