Gravesend – Former Police Station

Gravesend – Former Police Station

GRAVESEND – FORMER POLICE STATION

PROJECT DETAILS

This project benefits from permission for a scheme of high density mixed-use development of 86 residential units with commercial at ground floor level and a further application has been submitted for a total of 99 residential units with commercial at ground floor level.

Gravesend

An ancient town in northwest Kent situated 21 miles east-southeast of central London.
Its geographical situation has given Gravesend strategic importance throughout the maritime and communications history of South East England.
The Project is in the town centre where there is 105,000 population and less then 2 minutes walk to Gravesend Station.

Gravesend is well connected, benefiting from the High Speed rail link to London St Pancras in addition to local rail services to London Bridge. It is also ideally situated near to the A2. The site is within close proximity to Imperial Business and Retail Park, which boasts a good selection of retail and leisure provision.

The fast rail links huge number of jobs this will bring to Gravesend area allied to the fast rail links from to London, Paris and Brussels.

Project Details
Investor Peker Gravesend Limited
Location Former Police Station 133 Windmill Street Gravesend DA12 1DB / England
PEKER HOLDING

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16 Berkeley St. London W1J 8DZ England

+90 444 3264

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    Great Missenden

    GREAT MİSSENDEN

    ABOUT THE PROJECT

    The site is located on west side of High Street, Great Missenden Village. Great Missenden is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty located 35 miles north east of London city centre and 32m south east of Oxford. The national motorway network is easily accessible from the village with the M40, M25 and M1 no more than 15 miles distant. The village has a main rail line connection into Marylebone. Train services are regular and frequent and the journey takes approximately 35 minutes..

    The Project will consist of 36 houses, 6 flats and 1 retail shop.

    Project Details
    Investor Peker Holding London
    Location 62-76 High Street Great Missenden Buckinghamshire HP16 0AU / England
    PEKER HOLDING

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    16 Berkeley St. London W1J 8DZ England

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      Regina

      REGİNA
      Project Details
      Investor Peker Holding London
      Location Cobham / Surrey / England
      PEKER HOLDING

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      16 Berkeley St. London W1J 8DZ England

      +90 444 3264

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        Le Carbone

        LE CARBONE

        ABOUT THE PROJECT

        Portslade Brewery in Brighton is a Victorian Built Brewery standing 3 to 5 stories tall in the heart of Portslade Village.
        Portslade is part of Brighton which is located on the South Coast circa 60 miles from London. Brighton is a vibrant and very cosmopolitan town with a good University and many attractions.
        The Project benefits from full Planning permission of 37 conversion flats and 11 houses totaling 48 Units and Commercial space.

        LOCATION

        Portslade old village is located to the east of Brighton and Hove, approximately half a mile north of he main A270 east-west thoroughfare and a mile south of the A27 Brighton bypass which in turn links to the A23.
        The area is served by regular bus services and has a range of small shops and pubs in the immediate locality. Portslade railway station is under a mile to the south .Portslade is bounded by the South Downs National Park to the North and Hove Seafront/Shoreham Harbour to the south .There
        are several schools within the immediate catchment area.

        SITUATION

        The site occupies a corner site in the centre of the Portslade Old Village Conservation Area.
        It lies between the High Street to the south side and Drove Road to the north and is a mainly square ite with several changes in level.
        The main yellow brick brewery building is locally listed and is being retained along with the iconic chimney as part of the proposed development.

        SITE HISTORY

        In c.1850 John Dudney established a brewery on the site. Following the repeal of the Malt Tax in 1880, the brewery was expanded with the construction of the 5 storey yellow brick building and chimney and was, at one time, connected via a bridge to the buildings opposite in South Street.
        At the time, the brewery was one of the largest in the south and was celebrated for its Southdown Ales and India Pale Ale. The chimney incorporates a shield with the initials D&S (Dudney & Sons).
        Brewing ceased on site in 1930. The property was acquired by Shepherds Industries (Shirt Makers) before it was used as the head quarters for the 5th Territorial Army Battalion in 1940. In 1947, Le Carbone took over the brewery buildings and went on to become a worldwide group represented in 29 countries before changing name to Mersen. The company closed operations in 2015 and sold the buildings to the current owners. The original brewery buildings have been added to with a series of
        buildings and structures, most of which will be demolished as part of the redevelopment.

        Project Details
        Investor Peker Holding London
        Location Portslade Brewery Site South Street Portslade BN41 2LX / England
        Contractor Peker Holding
        PEKER HOLDING

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        16 Berkeley St. London W1J 8DZ England

        +90 444 3264

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          Safa House

          SAFA HOUSE

          About The Project

          The subject property is currently used as B8 (storage and distribution) and is laid out over ground and first floor with the benefit of a small mezzanine. The existing floor area measures approximately 5,203sqft.
          The Deptford area has become a popular residential area over recent years due to its proximity to Central London (Zone 2). The site occupies a prominent corner position along Arklow Road covering a plot area of approximately 305sqm.
          The amenities of both Deptford High Street and New Cross are all within walking distance of the site. New Cross Station is 0.6 miles away offering both National Rail Services into London Bridge in 7 minutes and also London Overground Trains.
          The Project will consist of 16 residential units

          Project Details
          Investor Peker Holding London
          Location London Zone 26 Arklow Road London SE14 6EN / England
          PEKER HOLDING

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          16 Berkeley St. London W1J 8DZ England

          +90 444 3264

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            Tennyson Gardens Maidstone

            TENNYSON GARDENS MAİDSTONE

            About The Project

            Located within the county town of Maidstone, the site is in 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 under 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 new designed scheme will consist of 162 Residential Units

            Project Details
            Investor Peker Holding London
            Location KCC Library Sandling Road Maidstone ME14 2LP / England
            PEKER HOLDING

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            16 Berkeley St. London W1J 8DZ England

            +90 444 3264

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