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Contacta Recommits to Kings Hill

Contacta Recommits to Kings Hill

Contacta, a leading supplier of customer services equipment, has recommitted to Kent and renewed its lease on offices at Kings Hill.

Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald treads path to Kings Hill

Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald treads path to Kings Hill

In one of the largest property transactions in Kent this year Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald has taken 20,591 sq ft at 10 Kings Hill Avenue, Kings Hill, West Malling.

Chapman Bathurst At Kings Hill

Chapman Bathurst At Kings Hill

Leading building services consultants Chapman Bathurst is moving its Kent offices to Kings Hill, near Maidstone, to provide easier access to its clients and accommodate the company’s planned growth.

IGF Factors in Kings Hill

IGF Factors in Kings Hill

Leading independent finance provider IGF has extended its lease on offices at Kings Hill, endorsing the business park’s position as a hub for the financial services sector.

Art Success at Kings Hill

Art Success at Kings Hill

The introduction of art exhibitions in flagship office buildings at Kings Hill has had a positive effect on employees, with many saying it brightens up their day, making them feel more cheerful.

Infor Group - Kings Hill is the Solution

Infor Group - Kings Hill is the Solution

Infor, one of the largest providers of business software in the world, has committed to a further five years in Kent by renewing its lease on offices at Kings Hill, near Maidstone.

Eclectic art in a business context in Kings Hill

Eclectic art in a business context in Kings Hill

Office buildings at Kings Hill are to showcase the work of professional artists from the South East region and London. This exhibition forms part of an initiative between developer Liberty Property Trust UK Ltd and Arts & Business which aims to enhance the workplace through art.

Nominate your favourite artwork

Nominate your favourite artwork

People living and working in Kent are being asked to nominate their favourite piece of art for the 2009 Rouse Kent Public Art Award.