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Independent Living Schemes

East Stour Court, Ashford

A major landmark in Ashford Borough Council's multi-million pound modernisation plan for its sheltered housing schemes saw the re-opening of the £7.1m East Stour Court in September 2021.

Located at Mabledon Avenue, the new look East Stour Court provides 29 homes for affordable rent for older people, comprising 24 one bedroom and 5 two bedroom apartments, built to a high quality that are care ready.

East Stour Court enjoys a range of high quality modern facilities.  There is a large cosy communal lounge and kitchen, laundry room, buggy store and cycle racks.  A real community feel is fostered by the inclusion of shared facilities, including "hubs" or sub lounges, in addition to the main communal lounge located on the ground floor.

Just as much care and thought has gone into designing the exterior spaces.  The architect designed landscaped garden spaces have a large potting shed and raised beds for residents to use, all connected with wheelchair friendly wide paved paths.

The building is designed to be dementia friendly throughout, taking into account colour schemes, light, corridor lengths, patterns and memory shelves.  The project has cost around £7.1m, paid for through the councils housing revenue account and grant funding from Homes England equal to £39,177 per apartment.

 

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Berry Place

Berry Place is located on Beaver Lane in South Ashford and provides 31 homes for affordable rent for older people, comprising 15 one bedroom and 16 two bedroom apartments, built to a high quality that are care ready.  This means residents should not have to move if faced with deteriorating health in later life.

The stunning development has replaced an outdated scheme at The Poplars and will provide exceptional homes for the new residents.  Work started in February 2020 and was completed in March 2022 and is modelled on the multi-award winning Farrow Court independent living scheme developed in South Ashford and the Danemore scheme in Tenterden.

The residents of Berry Place enjoy high quality modern facilities with a stunning communal lounge and kitchen, a buggy store as well as shared facilities including sub lounges which are a feature of developing to the HAPPI standards that are best practice for this tenure of accommodation.  It has been designed to maximise natural daylight in each home and through the many shared spaces.  

There are architect landscaped garden spaces, all connected with wheelchair friendly wide paved paths.

As with East Stour Court, security and connectivity were high priorities - the scheme has the same system in place to ensure resident feel confident in their new home.

Berry Place is designed to feel dementia friendly and will be home to those manly aged 50 and above, some of whom will have an assessed need for level access accommodation.  Those aged under 50 with an assessed need for this accommodation can be housed her too.

The project cost £7.9m, which was 2.4% under budget.  It has been paid for through the council's housing revenue account and grant funding from Homes England equal to £45,000 per apartment.  Including Berry Place, East Stour Court and a general needs scheme at Halstow Way, the council has successfully secured more than £3m of Homes England funding.

 

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Building back greener...

East Stour Court and Berry Place have admirable green credentials, including:

- EPC ratings of B and the Environmental Impact Rating B

- The fabric first approach we have used with thermal elements stops heat escaping and has high levels of airtightness.

-The double glazed composite windows used are fully recyclable, environmentally friendly, energy efficient, sustainably sourced, low maintenance and cost efficient over their lifetime.

-Underfloor heating is energy efficient, cheaper to run (up to 25% more efficient than conventional radiators) and distributes heat evenly around each room.

-A centralised low-energy extract system ventilates each property entirely without the need to install individual extractor fans.

-Low energy LED lighting is used throughout.

-Communal heating and hot water is 25% more efficient than individual boilers.

-More than 20 305w Solar PV panels are installed on the roof.

-East Stour Court and Berry Place have electric vehicle charging points.

-There will be reduced water consumption through the use of low flow taps and dual flush toilets.

-At East Stour Court, to improve biodiversity, a landscape architect was brought on board to create a landscaping scheme to support and encourage biodiversity of plants and animals.  This is achieved by diversifying the range of habitats or vegetation on site.

General Need Schemes

The Brickworks Halstow Way

The Brickworks is a stunning development comprising of 17 apartments; 6 x one bedroom, 7 x two bedrooms and 4 x duplex three bedroom home.

The project cost £4.3m, with Homes England grants of £60,000 per unit in order to deliver the homes at social rent levels.  Funds have been ring fenced from s106 agreements for play facilities in the locality.

The fabric first approach we have used with thermal elements stops heat escaping and has high levels of airtightness.  The double glazed composite windows have same properties as used in East Stour Court and Berry Place - they are energy efficient, fully recyclable and environmentally friendly as well as being cost efficient.  There are also four double electric vehicle charging points.

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Short Stay Accommodation

Christchurch Lodge, South Ashford

This is a renovation and  provides short stay accommodation for homeless families to reduce the use of nightly paid accommodation.  Technically the renovation uses an innovative multi foil insulation system which has helped to achieve CO2 reductions over Building Regulation requirements in the region of 20%.

The large disused home in Beaver Lane was purchased for £430,000 and after investment or around £500,000 it was converted into eight homes, capable of accommodating up to 25 people.  The refurbishment programme included adding facilities like a communal kitchen, dining room and laundry room.

Christchurch Lodge follows the same blueprint adopted by the council when it created Christchurch House, a rundown property bought at auction for £278,000 in 2013.  It was transformed into good quality short-stay accommodation and was so successful that the money saved on placing homeless people in costly B&Bs meant that Christchurch House paid for itself in four years.

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In Development 

The developments below are awaiting a decision from the planning committee.  All of our proposed schemes have to be heard by the planning committee for transparency reasons.  We would not appeal if they refused one of our applications.

Harper Road

The proposed site in Harper Road, South Ashford, consists of 24 garages surrounded on three sides by 2-storey housing and opposite a 3-storey apartment building at Little Knoll.  There is another garage site behind houses on the opposite side of the road.  The area has a mix of tenures, including privately owned, social and affordable housing.  In the vicinity there is a primary school with a "Good£ Ofsted rating, a children's centre, shops, food and drink establishments as well as the large green space provided at Victoria Park.

We would like to develop this site for affordable housing.  The proposal is for four 2 bedroom houses.  The intention is that they will be allocated to people on our housing waiting list needing social and affordable rental homes.  We will aim to set affordable rent levels on these homes that are around 60-80% of market rent levels in the area.  This is to ensure the homes are genuinely affordable to those who are housed in them.  These levels will be within the Local Housing Allowance.

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Plantation Close

The proposed site in Plantation Close, Hothfield, consists of 22 garages, of which 11 are let, overlooked by houses on all sides.  To the south of the site there are semi detached bungalows, and to the north 2 storey terraced houses.  There is pedestrian access from Plantation Close through to School Road.  In the vicinity there is a children's centre, post office and village hall, as well as Hothfield heathland.

We are keen to develop this site for affordable housing.  The proposal is for four 1 bedroom wheelchair accessible bungalows.  The intention is that they will be allocated to people on our housing waiting list, with an affordable rent set between 60-80% of market rent levels in the area.

Proposal

Oakleigh House

Oakleigh House was built in the 1970s and comprised of 32 units, 20 of which were one bedroom accommodation and 12 were bedsits.

As it currently stands, Oakleigh House is a tired old building which looks uninspiring.  Inside, it had become dated and tough to maintain.  Though it was fit for purpose when it was constructed, its best days were behind it - the building was a maze of narrow dark corridors and on different levels which is not ideal for those with mobility impairments.  The residents of Oakleigh moved out late 2020, after we discussed with them the proposals to pull down the existing structure and replace it with a brand new building that met the needs of older people in the 21st century.

The existing building does not make best use of the "footprint" of the land on which it sits.  The video and images that accompany this consultation show that the expanse of land that the council owns could be better used to deliver a bigger scheme that would be a real asset to the area, possibly featuring community space.  

The smaller patch of land opposite the site is also being looked at for development purposes for this scheme.  At Farrow Court, also in South Ashford, the older persons accommodation is joined by some accommodation for people with learning difficulties.  Cherry Tree Court is a very successful scheme, offering the chance of independent living to many.  We would seek to replicate this type of scheme on the smaller patch of land opposite Watercress Lane.

Therefore the proposal is to replace the existing structures and build in its place a brand new scheme that will contain 69 dwellings:

- 51 independent apartments for older people (36 x one bedroom and 15 x two bedroom)

- 3 independent cottages (all one bedroom)

- 15 independent apartments for adults with learning disabilities (14 x one bedroom and 1 x two bedroom)

Delivery

Since 2011 we have delivered 510 homes, which are set out in the table below.

Ashford Borough Council-delivered homes
Site Properties (affordable housing unless specified otherwise) Building Status Handover
Hunter Close, Ashford 3 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 23-Mar-11
Towers View, Ashford 5 x 1-bed bungalows 1-bed Bungalow Completed 31-Mar-11
Towers View, Ashford 3 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 31-Mar-11
Towers View, Ashford 2 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 31-Mar-11
Breadlands Road, Quarry Close, Willesborough 7 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 27-Apr-11
Blake Court, Willesborough 3 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 31-May-11
Gerlach House, Ashford 2 x 1-bed flats 1-bed Flat Completed 31-May-11
Orchard View, Bethersden 3 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 11-Oct-11
The Chennells, High Halden 4 x 1-bed flats 1-bed Flat Completed 04-Nov-11
Nine Acres, Kennington 2 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 11-Nov-11
Sotherton, Willesborough 4 x 1-bed flats (for people with learning difficulties) 1-bed Flat Completed 17-Nov-11
Sotherton, Willesborough 1 x 1-bed bungalow (for a person with learning difficulties) 1-bed Bungalow Completed 17-Nov-11
Arlington, Ashford 3 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 01-Dec-11
Singleton Road, Ashford 4 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 01-Dec-11
Bybrook Road, Ashford 2 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 07-Dec-11
Bybrook Road, Ashford 1 x 3-bed house 3-bed House Completed 20-Jan-12
Mardol Road, Ashford 3 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 07-Dec-11
Mardol Road, Ashford 1 x 3-bed house 3-bed House Completed 03-Feb-12
Cheeselands, Biddenden 5 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 10-Feb-12
Beaver Lane, Ashford 2 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 12-Mar-12
Luckley House, Wye 9 x 1-bed flats 1-bed Flat Completed 26-Mar-12
Orion Way, Ashford 2 x 4-bed houses 4-bed House Completed 26-Mar-12
Orion Way, Ashford 7 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 26-Mar-12
Birling Road, Ashford 1 x 3-bed house 3-bed House Completed 27-Sep-13
Christchurch Road, Ashford 8 x 1-bed bedsits (for use as temporary accommodation) – note these properties sit in the General Fund 1-bed Bedsit Completed 29-Aug-14
Hawthorn, Appledore 4 x 2-bed flats 2-bed Flat Completed 21-Nov-14
Hawthorn, Appledore 4 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 18-Dec-14
Wind Hill, Charing 2 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 18-Dec-14
Wind Hill, Charing 1 x 3-bed bungalow 3-bed Bungalow Completed 18-Dec-14
Manse Field, Brabourne 2 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 19-Dec-14
Randolph Gardens, Kennington 8 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 19-Dec-14
Riverview, Ashford 3 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 19-Dec-14
Riverview, Ashford 1 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 19-Dec-14
Arcon Road, Ashford 3 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 30-Jan-15
Simons Ave, Ashford 3 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 30-Jan-15
Cryol Road, Ashford 4 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 27-Feb-15
Cryol Road, Ashford 2 x 4-bed houses 4-bed House Completed 27-Feb-15
Cryol Road, Ashford 1 x 6-bed house 6-bed House Completed 27-Feb-15
Poppy Fields, Charing 7 x 2-bed houses (shared ownership) 2-bed House Completed 16-Nov-15
Poppy Fields, Charing 1 x 3-bed house (shared ownership) 3-bed House Completed 16-Nov-15
Poppy Fields, Charing 13 x 3-bed 3-bed House Completed 16-Nov-15
Farrow Court 81 x 1-bed flats (14 for those with learning difficulties) 1-bed Flat Completed 20-Nov-15
Farrow Court 23 x 2-bed flats 2-bed Flat Completed 20-Nov-15
Boxley, Ashford 2 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 14-Dec-17
Noakes Meadow, Ashford 2 x 2-bed bungalows 3-bed Bungalow Completed 19-Feb-18
Beecholme Drive, Kennington 2 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 20-Mar-18
Priory Way, Tenterden 2 x 3-bed houses 3-bed House Completed 20-Mar-18
Belmont Place, Ashford 3 x 2-bed flats 2-bed Flat Completed 28-Mar-18
Jubilee Fields, Wittersham 4 x 3-bed houses (local needs) 3-bed House Completed 05-Dec-18
Brattle, Woodchurch 4 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 13-Dec-18
Calland HRA 15-18 2 x 2-bed houses (local needs) 2-bed House Completed 19-Dec-18
Calland HRA 15-18 2 x 3-bed houses (local needs) 3-bed House Completed 19-Dec-18
Danemore, Tenterden 23 x 1-bed flats 1-bed Flat Completed 15-Feb-19
Danemore, Tenterden 11 x 2-bed flats 2-bed Flat Completed 15-Feb-19
Chequers Green, Shadoxhurst 2 x 2-bed houses (shared ownership) 2-bed House Completed 01-Aug-19
Chequers Green, Shadoxhurst 2 x 2-bed houses 2-bed House Completed 01-Aug-19
Kings Close, Shadoxhurst 2 x 2-bed house (shared ownership) 2-bed House Completed 14-Oct-19
Kings Close, Shadoxhurst 4 x 1-bed flat 1-bed Flat Completed 14-Oct-19
Kings Close, Shadoxhurst 1 x 2-bed house 2-bed House Completed 14-Oct-19
Ragstone Hollow, Aldington 2 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 11-Mar-20
Ragstone Hollow, Aldington 2 x 3-bed bungalows 3-bed Bungalow Completed 11-Mar-20
The Weavers, Biddenden 2 x 2-bed bungalows 2-bed Bungalow Completed 13-Aug-20
East Stour Court 24 x 1-bed flats 1- bed flats Completed 29- Nov-21
East Stour Court 5 x 2-bed flats 2-bed flats Completed 29- Nov-21
Berry Place/The Poplars 15 x 1-bed flats 1-bed flat Completed 22- Feb-22
Berry Place/The Poplars 16 x 2-bed flats 2- bed flats Completed 22- Feb-22
Halstow Way/The Brickworks 6 x 1-bed flats 1-bed flats Completed 14-Jun-22
Halstow Way/The Brickworks 7 x 2-bed flats 2-bed flats Completed 14-June-22
Halstow Way/The Brickworks 4 x 3-bed duplex  3-bed duplex Completed 14-Jun-22

 

Since 2011 we have enabled the delivery of 1149 homes, with 520 of these since 2018 below:

Ashford Borough Council-enabled home delivery
Registered Provider Site Tenure (affordable housing unless specified otherwise) Delivered
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 4x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q4 2021-2022
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 6x3-bed house Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Hinxhill Road, Ashford 5x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Hinxhill Road, Ashford 4x2-bed house Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Park Farm, Ashford 2x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Park Farm, Ashford 3x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Park Farm, Ashford 1x4-bed house Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Park Farm, Ashford 2x3-bed house Q4 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Park Farm, Ashford 2x2-bed house Q4 2021-2022
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2021-2022
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 6x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q3 2021-2022
Moat Housing The Street, Smarden 1x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2021-2022
Moat Housing The Street, Smarden 1x4-bed house Q3 2021-2022
Moat Housing The Street, Smarden 2x2-bed house Q3 2021-2022
Orbit Housing Alderbed Road, Charing 5x2-bed bungalow (independent living) Q3 2021-2022
Orbit Housing Alderbed Road, Charing 26x2-bed flat (independent living) Q3 2021-2022
Orbit Housing Alderbed Road, Charing 20x1-bed flat (independent living) Q3 2021-2022
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 4x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 1x2-bed house Q3 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 2x1-bed flat Q3 2021-2022
Moat Housing The Street, Smarden 6x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2021-2022
Moat Housing The Street, Smarden 2x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 2x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 8x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 1x4-bed house Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 5x3-bed house Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 6x2-bed house Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Park Farm, Ashford 1x1-bed flat Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 4x2-bed flat Q2 2021-2022
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 2x1-bed flat Q2 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Repton Park 16x2-bed flat (independent living) Q2 2021-2022
West Kent Housing Repton Park 24x1-bed flat (independent living) Q2 2021-2022
Golding Homes North Street, Biddenden 2x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q1 2021-2022
Golding Homes North Street, Biddenden 4x2-bed house (shared owership) Q1 2021-2022
Golding Homes North Street, Biddenden 2x3-bed house Q1 2021-2022
Golding Homes North Street, Biddenden 2x2-bed house Q1 2021-2022
Golding Homes North Street, Biddenden 1x2-bed flat Q1 2021-2022
Golding Homes North Street, Biddenden 4x1-bed flat Q1 2021-2022
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road, Ashford 4x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q1 2021-2022
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road, Ashford 4x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q1 2021-2022
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 2x1-bed flat (shared ownership) Q1 2021-2022
Sage Housing Tilden Gill, Tenterden 4x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q1 2021-2022
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q4 2020-2021
West Kent Housing Hinxhill Road, Ashford 13x3-bed houses (shared ownership) Q3 2020-2021
West Kent Housing Hinxhill Road, Ashford 4x2-bed houses Q3 2020-2021
West Kent Housing Hinxhill Road, Ashford 2x1-bed flats Q3 2020-2021
West Kent Housing Hinxhill Road, Ashford 4x2-bed flats Q3 2020-2021
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road, Ashford 4x2-bed houses Q3 2020-2021
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road, Ashford 4x4-bed houses (shared ownership) Q3 2020-2021
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 5x2-bed flats Q3 2020-2021
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x2-bed house Q3 2020-2021
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2020-2021
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 6x2-bed flats Q3 2020-2021
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x2-bed flat over garage (shared ownership) Q3 2020-2021
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 5x2-bed houses Q3 2020-2021
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 2x1 bed flats Q2 2020-2021
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 4x2-bed flats Q2 2020-2021
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 2x1-bed flats (shared ownership) Q2 2020-2021
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 3x2-bed houses Q2 2020-2021
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x2-bed flat over garage (shared ownership) Q2 2020-2021
Heyloe Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 6x2-bed houses Q2 2020-2021
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 7x2-bed flats (shared ownership) Q4 2019-2020
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 3x4-bed houses (shared ownership) Q4 2019-2020
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q4 2019-2020
Town and Country Housing St Margaret’s Place, Biddenden 6x2-bed house Q4 2019-2020
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 2x1-bed flats Q4 2019-2020
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 4x2-bed flats Q4 2019-2020
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 3x4-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 6x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 4x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 8x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 4x1-bed flat (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Halden Field 1x3-bed house Q3 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Halden Field 3x2-bed house Q3 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Halden Field 4x1-bed flat Q3 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Halden Field 4x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Halden Field 2x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2019-2020
English Rural Housing Association Goldfield, Warehorne 2x2-bed house (local needs affordable rent) Q3 2019-2020
English Rural Housing Association Goldfield, Warehorne 2x1-bed flat (local needs affordable rent) Q3 2019-2020
Golding Homes Repton Park 7x1-bed flat Q2 2019-2020
Golding Homes Repton Park 13x2-bed flat Q2 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 6x1-bed flat Q2 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 12x2-bed flat Q2 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 3x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 1x4-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 6x1-bed flat (shared ownership) Q2 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 3x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q2 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 14x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 1x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 6x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q1 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 1x4-house (shared ownership) Q1 2019-2020
West Kent Housing Association Smallhythe Road, Tenterden 2x4-bed house Q1 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 1x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q1 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 7x1-bed flat Q1 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 3x2-bed flat Q1 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 4x2-bed house Q1 2019-2020
Orbit Housing Jemmett Road 3x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q4 2018-2019
Orbit Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 8x1-bed flat Q4 2018-2019
Orbit Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 7x2-bed flat Q4 2018-2019
Orbit Housing Finberry, Cheesemans Green 3x2-bed house Q4 2018-2019
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 4x3-bed house Q3 2018-2019
West Kent Housing Association Finberry, Cheesemans Green 6x2-bed flat Q3 2018-2019
West Kent Housing Association Finberry, Cheesemans Green 5x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q3 2018-2019
West Kent Housing Association Finberry, Cheesemans Green 1x flat over garage (shared ownership) Q3 2018-2019
Town and Country Housing Group Austin Road 10x3-bed house Q2 2018-2019
Town and Country Housing Group Austin Road 4x2-bed house Q2 2018-2019
Golding Homes Roman Road, Aldington 2x2-bed house Q2 2018-2019
Golding Homes Roman Road, Aldington 2x2-bed house (shared ownership Q2 2018-2019
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 6x1-bed flat Q2 2018-2019
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 1x1-bed flat (shared ownership) Q2 2018-2019
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 6x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q2 2018-2019
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 3x2-bed flat Q2 2018-2019
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 4x2-bed house (shared ownership) Q1 2018-2019
Golding Homes Finberry, Cheesemans Green 4x3-bed house (shared ownership) Q1 2018-2019
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 6x1-bed flat (shared ownership) Q1 2018-2019
Moat Housing Recreation Road, Tenterden 3x2-bed flat (shared ownership) Q1 2018-2019