Careful planning and substantial investment in the landscape at Kings Hill has paid off for developer Liberty Property Trust, which has scooped three silver gilt awards in this year’s South & South East in Bloom competition.
Some 300 people visited Kings Hill’s historic Art Deco Control Tower over the weekend where there was an exhibition of original photos of RAF West Malling, including one of General Montgomery’s visit in 1944.
George Osborne’s announcement that the Treasury is committing £6billion to extend Help to Buy to 2020 is being welcomed by developers at Kings Hill, which has planning consent for a further 635 much needed homes.
Kings Hill’s new exhibition space for the public Featuring the work of prominent artist Alan Rankle
The Kings Hill Art initiative, now in its sixth year, provides a professionally curated rolling art exhibition in office buildings across the Kings Hill business park, curated by artist June Frickleton and supported by Arts & Business. To celebrate the 20th exhibition, the new Cultural Centre in the recently refurbished Control Tower, Liberty Square, is the venue for an exhibition of past and present artists who have generously loaned their artworks to the Kings Hill Art initiative.
Following excellent sales in 2014, the success of Help to Buy and the imminent arrival of a third school, new properties at Kings Hill are fast running out and there will be a gap before more are built.