The Kings Hill community is being invited to have its say on proposals to devote the remaining land there to residential use.
A public consultation is being held at The Control Tower, Liberty Square, on Monday, November 12 from 11am-1pm and 6-8pm, where people will be able to learn more about the plans from developer Liberty Property Trust and Kent County Council.
Caroline Binns of Liberty Property Trust said: “Now the new residential neighbourhood is well under way, we are in the early stages of looking at the remaining land and deciding how best to use it.
“Given the shortage of homes in Kent, Kings Hill is well placed to provide more but as always, we are keen to hear from the community before our plans are finalised and planning applications are submitted.”
Kings Hill combines commercial, residential, educational, retail, community, sports and leisure uses within 800 acres of highly-landscaped low-density parkland and aims to promote quality of life by providing a unique environment in which people can live, work, play and study.
Caroline Binns continued: “Liberty is a ‘landscape first’ developer and it remains important to us to continue to raise the bar and create neighbourhoods which everyone will be proud of.”
Once the relevant planning applications are submitted, Tonbridge and Malling Borough Council will provide the community with a further opportunity to comment when it holds its own public consultation.
Following the consultation event, further details will be available at www.kings-hill.com. Residents will be able to provide feedback via the downloadable form on the website or by using a form available from The Control Tower.