Planning granted for Dartford development
30 June 2011
Dartford Borough Council has approved plans to transform the Stone House Hospital site, with 290 new homes set to be built on the land.
Of the properties, 167 will be newly-built houses and apartments, while the remainder will be in a conversion of the former hospital, which is a listed building.
Ward Homes, PJ Livesey Group, Moat and the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) are working in partnership on the development.
The 15.1-acre site will also feature offices, extensive play facilities and outdoor spaces.
Naisha Polaine, head of area at the HCA, commented: “The development will not only deliver new and affordable homes, but also construction jobs and this will be a great boost to the Kent community.”
House builder software could be utilised to help all the firms work together on the project.
PJ Livesey specialises in working on schemes that include a period conversion and will be embarking on another development of a former hospital site in Altrincham, Cheshire.
Companies in the house building sector could take advantage of EValuate Estimating, Cost Planning and Post Contract Software that provides an end-to-end solution for construction initiatives.
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