Out of 87 properties to receive planning permission at Countryside Maritime’s Horsted Park development in Chatham, 80 have now been sold – 70 of which have been bought by people currently based within seven miles of the site, who are trading up to larger homes.
Building work has begun on two residential towers at Berkeley Homes’ development at Victory Pier on the River Medway.
Construction has been chosen as “career of the month” at MidKent College, where subjects such as painting and decorating, plumbing and electrical installation will be promoted.
Medway Norse, the facilities management services provider and a joint venture between Medway Council and Norse Commercial Services, has created 65 full-time and 33 part-time jobs since it was established in summer 2013, Medway1 can reveal.
Work will begin on building the last homes at The Fishing Village development on St Mary’s Island in Chatham this summer, 20 years after a planning application for the initial masterplan was submitted.
A team from Medway Council has picked up a national award for managing building projects.
Building work has finished on 16 homes in Gillingham.
Work on the £1.9 million refurbishment of Strood Sports Centre is nearing completion.
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.