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One of Kent's most viewed homes is fit for royalty

One of Kent's most viewed homes is fit for royalty

This gorgeous home is one of the county's most looked at of late - and it's in a castle which really is fit for royalty.

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Plans for 200-home estate at old asylum

Plans for 200-home estate at old asylum

Developers are finalising proposals to demolish an old asylum in order to make way for a new housing development.

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Development will restore neglected theatre to 'former glory'

Development will restore neglected theatre to 'former glory'

A planning application is seeking permission to restore a former theatre and tearoom, and build a nine-storey modern apartment block above it.

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Landlord's plans for new town centre flats

Landlord's plans for new town centre flats

A housing provider is looking to demolish an old block and build new flats aimed at older people in a town centre site.

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Britain's oldest hospital to become 155 homes

Britain's oldest hospital to become 155 homes

Britain's oldest hospital will be converted into 155 homes over the next three years after £1.4 million plans got the nod.

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Country park owner's plan to build 210 homes

Country park owner's plan to build 210 homes

An application for hundreds of homes opposite Betteshanger Park has been submitted by the new owner.

New homes for garden city approved

New homes for garden city approved

Plans for the first homes in a new village as part of a huge garden city development have been given the green light by planners.

Riverside homes given go-ahead

Riverside homes given go-ahead

The latest phase of a huge 1,400-home riverside development costing £417m has been given the green light.

Scheme for NHS staff to be near hospitals launches

Scheme for NHS staff to be near hospitals launches

A Kent estate agency has launched a scheme for NHS staff fighting the coronavirus to stay in properties close to hospitals at reduced rates.

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Kent towns' house price rises ranked

Kent towns' house price rises ranked

House prices in one Kent town have soared by the eighth greatest amount of anywhere in the UK - here's how all areas of the county performed.

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Relief as 'millionaires enclave' rejected

Relief as 'millionaires enclave' rejected

A developer says he will appeal against a planning decision after proposals for an exclusive scheme dubbed a 'millionaires enclave' were rejected.

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Gothic tower goes on sale

Gothic tower goes on sale

An historic tower, which is also a family home, is back on the market - with a hefty chunk cut off the asking price.

A chance to take that first step

A chance to take that first step

Sponsored editorial: These new homes are offering people a great opportunity to get onto the property ladder.

Property sells via virtual auction

Property sells via virtual auction

A three-bedroom home requiring investment was among the properties sold virtually - as one auctioneers adapts to the current climate.

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105-home estate nears completion

105-home estate nears completion

Construction on a 105-home estate targeted at commuters, first-time buyers and families is set to be completed this summer.

Free guide to Kent's best new build homes

Free guide to Kent's best new build homes

Kent New Homes supplement is inside paid-for KM Media Group newspapers week ending April 3.

Springtime means sunshine at Primrose Close

Springtime means sunshine at Primrose Close

Find some peace and quiet at a cul-de-sac home by the lakes.

Opposition is mounting to plans for 421 new homes

Opposition is mounting to plans for 421 new homes

Concerns for the Grade I listed St Nicholas Church and increased traffic are behind 280 objections to a planning proposal in Otham.

'Don't move onto caravan park without legal advice'

'Don't move onto caravan park without legal advice'

A council is suggesting potential buyers at a caravan park get legal guidance before making a purchase, while the site's future remains uncertain.

Enforcement orders on caravan park avoided - for now

Enforcement orders on caravan park avoided - for now

A councillor said it was unfair to leave residents at Pilgrims Retreat with a sword of Damocles over their heads.

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