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Village Extension Kent


  • 29 Apr


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As well as providing 450 dwellings, the site to the north of Canterbury will act as an extension to the village, providing amenities such as allotments, playing fields, a local centre and a number of pocket parks and public orchards. The new development, arranged as a loose grid of small blocks, clustered around the green spaces,  will achieve a density varying between 25 and 50 dwellings per hectare. Densities at the perimeter – where the development meets the existing village – will be low and will build up towards the heart of the new development. A tree-lined avenue, prioritising pedestrians and cycles, will link the new and old areas of the village and will continue to the southern development site.

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