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Luxury living at Royal Wells Park

A former hospital has been brought back to life, but at what cost? Ed McConnell goes a long to see what all the fuss is about.

Pod homes popping up

New pod homes will soon be springing up in Kent, in a bid to meet the demand for new homes.


Deal ranks top in 20 best places to live by the sea

According to The Times, Deal is no longer a “secret” retreat but a well linked coastal town offering long beaches and great dining experiences


Housing scheme's £53.8m loan

The government is to lend a developer millions of pounds to kick start the construction of 5,750 new homes in the county.


Village launch share scheme to buy pub

Campaigners who saved a pub from development are inviting people to enter into a community share scheme to help them reopen it.

Developer unveils exhibition for 300 homes

An exhibition exploring plans to build almost 300 homes at a former Maidstone paper mill site will be open to the public on Saturday.


Baroness' former home on sale for £1.75m

An historic house which once belonged to a wealthy but generous baroness has gone on sale with a £1.75m asking price.


Work set to start on massive new housing scheme

Construction of 5,700 homes on a giant estate is set to begin.


Surge in 'graddy annexes' as professionals moves in with parents

A young professional has moved back in with mum and dad after soaring rents resulted in her parents paying £10,000 for a “graddy annex”.

'I'm loving our eco-friendly Hobbit House'

This month marks a year since Heidi and Sav Pavlou quit their 'normal' home to build an eco-friendly Hobbit House - here's how they are getting on.


Have your say on where all the houses will go

There's still time to have your say on the future of Medway as the public consultation into the Local Plan has been extended.


10 four-storey luxury homes plan for creek

Plans have been submitted for a historic wharf just metres from a quay which has been at the centre of controversy.

Eco groups ready to fight huge greenfield development

The Green Party has reacted angrily to plans for holiday homes, a retirement village and a new home for Canterbury Rugby Club.


£14.4m to convert historic barracks

Housing minister Gavin Barwell visited a £14.4m housing development at a disused barracks.


Controversial homes plan approved

A controversial plan to build a housing estate in a disused chalk pit have been approved by councillors.


Housing minister to open new homes

Housing minister Gavin Barwell will open one of the UK's largest council-build bungalow sites today.


Bid to build homes on chalk pit site

A controversial plan to build a housing estate in a disused chalk pit is set to be approved.


Developers criticise housing white paper

Developers are lukewarm about the Government’s long-awaited white paper on housing saying it could “suppress house building".

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