The Commercial Quarter adjoins Ashford International Station, only 38 minutes to London by high speed train since 2009 and providing international access to Europe: 1 hour 52 minutes to Paris, 1 hour 37 minutes from Brussels and 56 minutes to Lille by Eurostar.
Elwick Place is in the heart of the town centre, under eight minutes from the International Station, only 38 minutes to London by high speed train since 2009 and providing international access to Europe: 1 hour 52 minutes to Paris, 1 hour 37 minutes from Brussels and 56 minutes to Lille by Eurostar.
This site, totalling nine acres, is located next to Victoria Road on the former Powergen site. This strategic regeneration project will help to link Ashford town centre with Victoria Park to the south, creating a new residential community and breathing life into a long unused site.
Victoria Way East will consist of a 120 bed hotel, 275 homes and three retail units. The flexible office and retail floor space will see an estimated spend of £3.9m per annum by new residents and tourists.
Finberry is a new community taking shape beside the East Stour River. The collection of cottages and family homes built by Crest Nicholson is surrounded by Kent countryside but within easy reach of Ashford town centre.
The developer received a £2.3million investment from the government to build on the site as part of the Get Britain Building programme. Work began on the land in October 2013 and the development is now in its fourth phase.
There is plenty of potential for this new industrial park planned for the south-east of Ashford, with a planning application submitted in September 2014 to create 160,000sq m of warehouses, industrial and offices.
Progress with this important driver to Ashford’s future economic success rest on the creation of a new M20 junction – 10A – that will help to ensure Ashford’s roads keeps pace with the town’s economic growth.
Quadrant Estates are the developer behind a major business park in Ashford covering 96 acres of land, just off junction 9 of the M20, with 1,100,000 sq ft outline permission for prime office development.
A number of successful businesses are established in its completed buildings, including VeriFone, RIFT Group and the Eastern and Coastal Kent Primary Care Trust. Smiths Medical International occupies a 35,000 sq ft head office in the Herald building.
Chilmington Green residential development aims to create a beautiful environment, based on garden city principles, embracing high quality design and space standards to enrich the lives of its future residents and businesses.
This ambitious development will provide around 5,750 new homes across the next 25 years. There will be three distinctive neighbourhoods, each with their own unique characteristics.