- Development land with Planning for 22 dwellings
- Freehold with vacant possession
- Mixed development of houses and flats
- Established residential location
Freehold with vacant possession
Maidstone is the County town and principle commercial and retail centre in south east England, lying 32 miles from London. Maidstone lies on the A20, and alongside the M20 as well as being a short distance from the M2 which access the M25 as well as the Channel Tunnel Terminal and Ferry ports. There are two rail stations with services into London Victoria and London Bridge making the town a popular home for commuters. The town has a population of around 170,000 with mixed employment base, with notable employers including Kent County Council, KEF Speakers as well as providing back offices for many London based professional firms. Tovil lies upon the outskirts of the town centre, and traditional was a centre for the papermaking industry. Today Tovil is still the home to KEF Loudspeakers, and has seen considerable new residential development, offering a range of local facilities including a new Lidl Supermarket. Forest Hill lies off Tovil Hill in an established residential area with new development completed and underway on 2 sides of the site.
The property enjoys a long frontage to Forest Hill and comprises an overgrown area of land, roughly rectangular and generally level, extending to approx 1.1 acre (0.44 ha). On one side is a YMCA centre with new residential development on two sides. Access is potentially off Forest Hill and Barfreston Close.
Approx site area from plan: 1.1 acre (0.44 ha) 48,250 sq ft (4,480 sq m)
The property benefits from a detailed planning permission (17/502355/FULL July 2018) for a proposed development comprising 22 detached, semi detached and terraced houses and flats with associated parking accessed from Forest Road. There is a Section 106 Agreement in place. Development proposals can be accessed from the legal pack.
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