Published: 14:18, 13 September 2021
| Updated: 15:26, 13 September 2021
A developer wants to knock down two houses to make way for a 35-home development near a village.
The Longfield-based company has asked Medway Council for permission to build on land which currently includes two houses which would be demolished under the plans.
Homes of between two and five bedrooms could be built in their place, with enough spaces for 101 cars which will also include electric vehicle charging points.
Sharnal Street is also the proposed location of a new railway station connecting the peninsula to London.
The local authority wants to spend £63 million on a new passenger service using money from the government's Housing Infrastructure Fund.
The plans are due to be decided by Thursday, December 9.