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Carry on saving? Stamp duty holiday could be extended

Carry on saving? Stamp duty holiday could be extended

Estate agents have mixed thoughts about the stamp duty holiday introduced to boost the housing market after the first lockdown being extended.

From derelict oast house to stunning £2m home

From derelict oast house to stunning £2m home

The owner of a meticulously converted 19th century oast house says the project went hundreds of thousands of pounds over budget.

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Birdseye photos show huge coastal development taking shape

Birdseye photos show huge coastal development taking shape

See photos which give a unique perspective of a huge multi-million pound seaside development emerging from the ground.

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Another 400 homes at Kings Hill

Another 400 homes at Kings Hill

Detailed planning applications for four sites on a former airfield are expected shortly.

Village pub to go under the hammer

Village pub to go under the hammer

Auctioneers say a village pub which goes under the hammer next month has potential for redevelopment.

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Pub dating back to 1860s could be turned into flats

Pub dating back to 1860s could be turned into flats

A prominent Kent pub dating back to the 1860s could be knocked down and turned into flats, if plans are approved.

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Luxury flats take shape on old Pleasurama site

Luxury flats take shape on old Pleasurama site

Work on a luxury seafront development on a site left derelict for 23 years is steaming ahead with the second phase of work now under way.

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The ultimate in beachfront living

The ultimate in beachfront living

A home with its own private elevator, high-spec finish and a terrace looking out to sea in a sought-after spot is the ultimate in beachfront living.

Kent housebuyers scramble to complete deals as stamp duty deadline looms

Kent housebuyers scramble to complete deals as stamp duty deadline looms

The county's property experts join the call for a stamp duty holiday extension as the tax break window gets set to close for good

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Opening the door on a new phase of history

Opening the door on a new phase of history

A series of new luxury homes with high ceilings and high-spec interiors have been created from two buildings steeped in Kentish history.

The priciest street in every Kent district

The priciest street in every Kent district

From enjoying private access to secluded beaches, to feasting on fine dining on your doorstep, Kent's most expensive streets have a lot to offer.

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Plans for new £18m housing estate unveiled

Plans for new £18m housing estate unveiled

Developers are eyeing up sites for two new housing estates on greenfield land.

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Plans in for sprawling 1,650-home estate near village

Plans in for sprawling 1,650-home estate near village

An outline planning application for a huge housing development and new primary school has been submitted by developers.

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Country living comes with these new homes

Country living comes with these new homes

A new development boasting traditional country living takes its inspiration from the town it is set in.

Paul O'Grady submits guest house plan for sprawling Kent home

Paul O'Grady submits guest house plan for sprawling Kent home

TV star Paul O'Grady wants permission to knock down a neglected cottage to make room for a new guest house where his celebrity friends could stay.

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Feeling flush? Old toilet block for sale for £230k

Feeling flush? Old toilet block for sale for £230k

Former public toilets on a seafront promenade are going under the hammer with a guide price of £230,000.

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440 homes will be built despite council rejection

440 homes will be built despite council rejection

An inspector has reached a decision over a 440-home plan which attracted so much opposition a council went against the advice to refuse the scheme.

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History is at the heart of this development

History is at the heart of this development

A new 295-home development, close to the town centre, has incorporated the site's history as a former paper mill into its designs.

Former historic pub converted into luxury homes

Former historic pub converted into luxury homes

An empty 16th century pub has been given a new lease of life as two luxury homes.

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4,000-home scheme approved despite 'unicorn land' claims

4,000-home scheme approved despite 'unicorn land' claims

A huge development which will transform an area of Kent has been approved by councillors despite a host of fears over pollution and traffic.

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