Bringing Life Back To A Disused Patch Of Westerham

An overgrown brownfield site in Westerham, unused for twenty-five years, will be brought back to life by Linden Homes over the next twelve months.

The award winning developer bought the land, which was the site of the old Churchill Secondary School off London Road, and now has planning permission to start creating 38 new homes on the plot.

Before applying for planning permission, Linden Homes met the local council, community groups and residents to discuss the future of the site.

Claire Gibbins is the Sales and Marketing Director at Linden Homes South East:

“Our priority was to create a dialogue with the local community and establish a plan to create an appropriate development that would contribute to the council’s housing need. The plot is in a sustainable location and has pedestrian access to the town centre – it’s just a seven minute walk away.”

Work to clear the site will begin in October. It’s hoped that the new homes will be launched in July next year.

There will be 23 private homes available: 8 three-bedroom houses; 9 four-bedroom houses and 6 five-bedroom houses.

Linden Homes is one of the top five house builders in the UK: It is the house building division of Galliford Try, one of the country’s leading construction companies.

With a reputation for bespoke and creative developments in prime locations, award winning Linden Homes prides itself on its high quality of design and high specification finish.

For more information call 01883 334443 for further details on the new development in Westerham.

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Media can contact Emma Cox or Ryan Johnston on emma.cox@remarkablegroup.co.uk / ryan.johnston@remarkablegroup.co.uk or on 01962 893863 for more information, images and interviews with Linden Homes.

13 September 2016

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