Audley obtains planning approval for Mote House


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Retirement housing developer Audley has been granted detailed planning permission to build 86 properties set in and around the Mote House building in the heart of Mote Park, Maidstone, Kent. Audley will restore Mote House to incorporate a range of one and two bedroom apartments within the main building, along with further apartments and cottages and houses in the grounds. David Wild, sales and marketing director for Audley, said the Mote House development added to the company’s growing list of retirement villages, which now stands at six projects. “We have worked closely with local councillors and planners at every stage to ensure the redevelopment of Mote House is in keeping with the local area, while providing the highest standard of accommodation for future residents,” said Mr Wild. The scheme for the 10.6 acre site is planned to start later this year, with properties release for sale in January next year. Audley has gained an excellent reputation for taking important, listed buildings, and turning t





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