Kings Hill


Kings Hill is strategically located between Sevenoaks and Maidstone on the A228 and is 3 miles south of Junction 4 of the M20, providing a direct link to the M26 and M25, and from there to Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted Airports. This three mile link between the M20 and Kings Hill Business Park is dual carriageway and therefore access to the motorway network is easy.

The Channel Tunnel is some 38 miles to the east on the M20. West Malling station is within a mile and there is a regular train service to London Victoria and Blackfriars stations from West Malling with an average journey time of around 55 minutes. Bus services link surrounding villages and towns and a shuttle provides a service between Kings Hill and the station.

Sited on a former RAF airfield, Kings Hill has become one of the most desirable and prestigious office locations in the South East. It provides quality buildings in a landscaped environment with excellent transport links.

The Business Park lies within a fully masterplanned landscaped environment of 800 acres and together with the offices and homes also includes various sporting facilities with an 18-hole championship golf course and a David Lloyd tennis and leisure complex.



23 Kings Hill Avenue was built in 2008 and is a purpose built office building arranged over ground and two upper floors.

The property is of steel frame construction with brick elevations incorporating double glazed windows beneath a flat roof with roof plant room.

The building has a prestigious reception area with a 10-person Kone lift serving all floors. The offices are arranged in open plan rectangular configuration with excellent natural daylight predominantly from front and rear elevations, and the office specification includes suspended ceiling with recessed fluorescent lighting. The building is fully air conditioned and office areas have raised floors.

Kitchen facilities, as well as male, female and disabled WC’s are located on all three floors. Externally, the property benefits from a landscaped and block paved car parking area for 88 cars giving an excellent car parking ratio of 1:169 sq.ft.


The entire property is let to as their UK Headquarters. Watchfinder are the largest seller of second hand watches in the UK and are owned by Richemont, one of the largest luxury goods companies in the world.



The property is located in Camberwell within the London Borough of Southwark, to the south of Central London bounded to the north by the River Thames. Camberwell is situated at the junction of the A215 and A202; nearby London suburbs include Lambeth, Stockwell, Brixton and Peckham approximately 2.5 miles south of Central London.

The A202 provides direct access into London’s West End within 3 miles; to the east it connects with the A2, Old Kent Road. The nearest railway station is Denmark Hill which provides direct access into Central London’s Victoria and London Bridge stations. The nearest Underground Station is Oval (1.4 miles) which provides access onto the Northern Line.


Planning consent was granted in February 2018 permitting: “the construction of an extension to the existing building located at 66 Wells Way to be used for B2/B8 and Sui Generis (Waste Transfer) Uses in connection with the existing use of the retained building.”


The property comprises a single storey detached industrial building originally constructed in the early 1970s providing a gross internal floor area of 11,600 sq ft. The structure is part concrete framed and part steel portal frame with brick elevations.


The entire property is let to PHS who also signed a pre-letting agreement to lease the extension property (8.600 sq ft) when built, to increase their occupation to 20,200 sq ft.

The extension property is a steel portal frame with a clear eaves height of 5.5m. As part of the construction works, the roof on the existing building is being replaced and all the elevations are being re-clad to match up with the cladding on the extension property.


Construction Commenced: June 2018

Appointed Contractor: Thomas Sinden Limited

Construction cost: £1.3m

Practical Completion: February 2019

Saxon Shore Business Park

Saxon Park is a development of industrial/warehouse units which may be suitable for trade counter (subject to consent). Measuring 2,496 – 15,799 ft² the development is part of the established business park, Eurolink, which has over 2 million sq/ft of accommodation.

The units occupy a prominent position directly fronting Castle Road at the roundabout junction with Stadium Way close to the Northern Relief Road.

There is good access to Sittingbourne Town Centre and a link to the A249 dual carriageway thereafter connecting with Junction 5 M2 (6 miles), Junction 7 M20 (12 miles) and Maidstone.

Eaves height is approximately 6m and first floor storage areas have been installed. Each unit has a disabled WC facility and all the usual mains services. There is allocated car parking with each unit. Construction is of steel portal frame with modern cladding and double-glazed windows/doors.