Plans for the final development of homes of the former Rotunda amusement park on Folkestone seafront have been revealed.
The designs for Plot E, which sits opposite the Grand Burstin Hotel, feature a mix of one- to four-bedroom flats and houses in a development of about 100 properties.
It is just the latest phase in the masterplan to deliver housing, commercial and public space on a large swathe of the town's coastline between the harbour and Lower Leas Coastal Park.
The proposed building on Plot E will include a minimum of 150 car parking spaces for residents, split over two levels and constructed under a garden.
Most of the new homes have views facing either the sea or the harbour, and they will be built around what is described as a "tree-filled podium garden".
The proposals are currently being put out to public consultation so people can give their feedback on the vision for the site.
Paulo Kingston-Correia, general manager at Folkestone Harbour & Seafront Development Company, said: "Folkestone has a great deal to offer both residents and the millions of people who visit and holiday here.
"The combination of the new homes, the harbour, nearby Creative Quarter and ground-breaking F51 skate park, will ensure Folkestone continues to be an exciting destination.
"We hope residents will go online, visit the exhibition, and support our vision."
The public and local businesses have the opportunity to give their views on the plans until September 26.
There will be a two-day public exhibition of the proposals between 2pm and 7.30pm on September 15-16 at the Customs House at Folkestone Harbour.
The Folkestone Harbour & Seafront Development Company is led by billionaire philanthropist Sir Roger De Haan and has been responsible for the creation of the popular Harbour Arm food and drink destination.
An overall masterplan for the harbour and seafront was approved in 2015 and envisages up to 1,000 new homes on the coast, as well as space for businesses.
Work has already started on phase one - dubbed Shoreline - where 84 new homes are currently being built on the shingle in front of the Leas Lift.