A council is on the verge of bidding for permission allow the building of 8,500 homes.
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An 18-hole golf course could soon make way for 400 homes in a move described as "madness" by some people living nearby.
Controversial plans for up to 1,000 houses, a two-form entry primary school and shops go under the microscope at a public consultation today.
Plans to transform 300 acres of protected countryside into a luxury holiday village could bring £25 million a year to the area, developers claim.
A quarry site has not been drilled for a decade could be set to return to life despite opposition from neighbours.
Company has been called in to assist on a major high-rise residential development - the tallest in the UK.
A council is facing a potentially costly legal battle after a developer appealed its decision to reject plans for student flats.
Developers have been given the green light to demolish a town centre shopping centre and build seven tower blocks in its place.
Residents near a development scheme on hold for nearly two decades will be able to see visible changes to their area soon, a council leader claims.
Development will feature homes which comes complete with office space built in to the ground floor.
Problems with the installation of utilities has forced housebuilders to postpone work until the new year.
Developers are putting the finishing touches to a controversial planning application.
More than 500 people flocked to a coastal harbour to take a first look at plans for new seafront homes.
A line-up of top speakers will address delegates at a free event at the Kent Event Centre today.
Developers have offered to create a 30-acre site for outdoor events including concerts if plans for 300 homes go ahead.
Council bosses have asked people in their district to give their views on a plan mapping out where thousands of homes could be built.
After strong growth, Kent company is to shift its headquarters to central London.
Buildings more than 40 metres high are included in plans to create 1,000 homes at a harbour.
Plans to build a power station next to a children's trampoline park in an industrial estate have been withdrawn by developers.
Investment in firm will see facilities enhanced and training programmes enhanced.
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