Second phase gets go-ahead at Horsted Park
Thu 23 July 2015, 5:41 pm
The developer Countryside has won approval for the second phase of homes at its Horsted Park scheme in Chatham.
Plans include 202 homes and 63 extra care apartments for older people, which face out onto open countryside, as well as open spaces within the development and community facilities.
Based at the former site of Mid-Kent College, Countryside is nearing completion on the 87 homes in the first phase of the project.
The scheme has received a Housing Design Award and a Kent Design and Development Award.
Iain McPherson, managing director of Countryside’s new homes and communities south division, said: “We have worked closely both with Medway Council and with residents to create these plans and we are confident the scheme will deliver significant benefits for the local community, including jobs and a better place to live for new and existing residents.”