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Chatham mixed-use scheme gets green light

Thu 28 April 2011, 12:15 pm

Medway Council has approved plans for a £25 million mixed use development at Chathamís historic wharf.

 

Medway Council has approved plans for a £25 million mixed use development at Chatham’s historic wharf.
The scheme is planed for land owned by Medway Council and housing association A2Dominion, and was designed by John Lyall Architects.
The scheme will include an 80-bed hotel and 111 apartments with views of both the river and town. 
The architects say the development will re-define the sky-line of Chatham when seen across the river Medway from Rochester, integrate the public waterfront with the town centre and kick start the regeneration of the wider area.
The project was passed unanimously by councillors.

The scheme is planed for land owned by the council and housing association A2Dominion, and was designed by John Lyall Architects.

It will include an 80-bed hotel and 111 apartments with views of both the river and town. 

The architects say the development will re-define the sky-line of Chatham when seen across the river Medway from Rochester, integrate the public waterfront with the town centre and kick start the regeneration of the wider area.

The project was passed unanimously by councillors.

 

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