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Medway
ABOUT GET INVOLVED     26 June 2013
Latest News
Green light for Hoo homes scheme
 
Bellway Homes' plans for a 119-home development at Hoo St. Werburgh have been approved by members of Medway Council's planning committee.
Riverside Quarter homes snapped up
 
The current phase of homes at Countryside Properties' £241 million Riverside Quarter development on Medway's St Mary's Island in Chatham, totalling 42 units, are now 90 per cent sold.
World Heritage Site bid set to advance
 
A drive to gain new global recognition for the historical importance of Chatham Dockyard and its defences is set to take a step forward later this summer.
Gillingham Business Park development gets go-ahead
 
Medical Supplies distributor Henry Schein has been given the green light to build a storage and distribution centre on land at Gillingham Business Park.
New Rochester Station details emerge
 
Network Rail has unveiled further details of the £26 million new station it is proposing to build in Rochester.
Rochester Airport vision goes on show
 
Medway Council has set out its vision for developing part of Rochester Airport with a new hi-tech business zone that could create up to 1,000 jobs.
Service helps a thousand people into work
 
A Medway Council service aiming to help people overcome barriers to employment has notched up its thousandth success.
Ministers urged to act on Lodge Hill
 
Medway Council has called on the government to help it push ahead with plans for a 5,000-home development at Lodge Hill on the Hoo Peninsula.
Horsted Park scheme wins industry award
 
Countryside Properties' Horsted Park development has been named "housing project of the year" by the judges of a prestigious construction-sector award.
Riverside Quarter benefits from "blue space"
 
Residents at Medway's Riverside Quarter, developed by Countryside Properties, benefit from "blue space", according to research by professor Michael Depledge, indicating those living by water enjoy an improved quality of life.


Sponsors

Berkeley

Canterbury Christ Church University

Countryside Properties

Harrisons Chartered Surveyors

Lafarge

Medway Council

MHS Homes

Morgan Timber

SocInvest

Strood Academy

University of Greenwich

University of Kent

Sponsors
BerkeleyCanterbury Christ Church UniversityCountryside PropertiesHarrisons Chartered SurveyorsLafarge
Medway CouncilMHS HomesMorgan TimberSocInvestStrood Academy
University of GreenwichUniversity of Kent
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