Last night (17 November) saw 91 of the property industry's movers and shakers including developers, investors, funders and architects gather at the business networking club, Home House, in London's Portman Square, to launch the seventh issue of Medway1, the regeneration magazine published by 3Fox International.
Medway Council is running bus tours to places associated with former Rochester resident and literary great, Charles Dickens, in the weekends running up to Christmas.
A children’s academy has opened in Chatham, Medway, which will eventually provide places for 720 students.
Revised plans for the regeneration of Rochester Riverside have been given the go-ahead.
Medway Council has approved plans by developer Land Securities to build 5,000 homes at Lodge Hill, after re-assessing the environmental impact of the development.
The developer Countryside Maritime has credited the government’s Help to Buy scheme with allowing people in their twenties onto the property ladder.
The Signature development at King's Hill, located half a mile from the River Medway, is using the names of Hollywood stars to demonstrate the “spirit, style and sophistication” of its apartments.
Bellway Homes is developing apartments at Hoo St Werburgh in Medway that could save buyers up to £1,400 a year on gas and electricity costs.
Heart of Medway housing association, part of the MHS Homes group, is set to expand its operations beyond the area’s borders for the first time in its 25-year history.
A £10 million University Technical College (UTC) being built at Chatham Docks is on course to open in September 2015.