Scheduled As :
- Demolish the Municipality Library which is located in the land.
(Current development on this parcel includes a two storey building
adjoining a 13 storey tower block together with parking and landscaping)
- Outline planning permision : 100 flats and 14 houses
- Preparation of new architectural schemes,
Located within the county town of Maidstone, the site is approximately half a mile north of the town centre. Maidstone is a popular town with a variety of schools and colleges as well as a wide range shopping and leisure facilities. Junction 6 of the M20 motorway is approximately a mile to the north and Maidstone East station offers regular rail services to London Victoria, London Blackfriars and London St Pancras with a journey time of around 1 hour.
The site formed part of the former Kent County Council Headquarters, much of which has now been demolished and developed for residential apartments. The site accommodates the former County Central library and is located to the west of Sandling Road.
It is split into two parcels. Current development on this parcel includes a two storey building adjoining a 13 storey tower block together with parking and landscaping. These buildings will need to demolished to make way for the proposed development. The site is served by an access road which also serves residential units nearby.
Outline planning permision was granted by Borough Council for the erection of residential development comprising of 100 flats and 14 houses with all matters reserved for future consideration.
The proposed scheme shows:
|1 bed apertments
|2 bed apertments
|2 bed dublex apertments
|3 bed houses