Location: Tonbridge Road, Maidstone.
Adjacent to Maidstone West Railway Station.
Size: 1.8 acres
Planning permission for the redevelopment of retail outlets and a builder’s merchant yard on Tonbridge Road in Maidstone.
The former site has a history of commercial and light industrial use over 75 years. Brilliantly located, practically adjacent to Maidstone West Railway Station and access to the town centre. Not only is Maidstone popular with commuters but also has a range of entertaining leisure facilities including shopping at Fremlin Walk, Mote Park and nearby Leeds Castle.
Phase 1 has been completed and comprises 11 houses, which have all been occupied by private rental tenants. The next phase planned for 2022 is the construction of 24 apartments for private rental, with the last phase of 23 units planned for construction in 2023.
As part of our continued wider community support, we offer all NHS staff a discounted rent on this development.
Location: north of Pier Road (A289) within the northern area of the Medway Towns at the former naval dockyard, with views of St Mary’s Island.
Size: 8.2 acres.
Context: Estate formerly part of the Chatham Naval Base.
Planning permission for the residential dwellings on former brownfield site.
Residential development of 74 (2 bed) apartments. 126 (3 & 4 bed) townhouses.
Built by Persimmons.
Planning permission was attained for residential and retail development on the 8.2-acre site formerly part of the Chatham Naval Base. The development required partial demolition and redevelopment building up to 74 apartments and 126 (3 to 4-bedroom) town houses.
North of Pier Road, the development is situated at the heart of Medway which has rich maritime history dating back over 400 years. Brilliantly located overlooking the quayside and in close distance to nearby Medway towns with extensive leisure activities such as retail, cinema, tourist attractions as well as local amenities.
Location: Buckland Hill, Maidstone.
Size: 1.4 acres
Units: 64 flats: Two blocks of flats: A and B.
Block A: Private dwellings of 36 units.
Block B: Affordable & Shared Ownership of 28 units. (44%)
Brownfield development of former car park.
Redevelopment of existing car park site and adjoining vacant land to development flats, vehicular access, pedestrian footway/car parking.
Planning permission was obtained for residential development comprising of 64 apartments in the urban area of Maidstone adjacent to Maidstone Barracks Train Station. Located at Buckland Rise, the former 1.4-acre site was predominantly used as a car park that was poorly utilised for more than 10 years.
The development consists of two blocks of apartments. The first block is 5 storeys high providing 36 apartments. The second block is 4-storeys high providing a total of 28 apartments including (12 units) shared ownership and (16 units) affordable rent. Perfectly situated with The High-Level Path providing direct access to Maidstone East Railway Station and Maidstone town centre.
Development is completed for MHS Homes, built by A B Canham & Son.
Previously home to a busy, working quarry, Medway Gate has been transformed into a key housing development in the region with 460 new homes, commercial space, community facilities, a large public open space and an ecology park. The site is located at the entrance to the Medway Towns close to Junction 2 of the M2. The site is directly accessed off the Roman Way roundabout on the A228.
Persimmon Homes were appointed as the preferred development partner with the Hyde Group acquiring all the affordable housing. The entire scheme was completed in 2012.
Location: Power Station Road, Halfway.
Size: 9.7 acres.
Units: 142 dwellings. 131 units of (3 and 4 bedroom) houses, plus 11 units within a single apartment block.
Redevelopment of former HBC Engineering site.
Aspire to achieve high standards of sustainability in with local and national guidelines. Increasing the environmental qualities of the existing site. (development of site will accord with the code for sustainable homes in contributing to energy conservation).
Local services in walking and cycling distance, very close to bus route. Encouraging non-car related means.
Planning permission was obtained for the redevelopment of the former HBC engineering brownfield site, into a scheme comprising of 142 dwellings in the coastal community of Minster on Sea. This includes 131 units of (3 to 4-bedroom) houses and 11 affordable units within a 3-storey apartment block.
The development is located on Power Station Road covering 9.7 acres nearby Kent’s stunning coastline and countryside of Minster. It was also important for the site to be sustainable in this area with respect to local services and leisure activities in walking or cycling distance. Surrounding the development is Halfway Houses Primary School, equestrian stables and Sheerness Golf Course.
Development was built out by Persimmon Homes and completed in 2020.