Hyde Group has secured planning permission for 270 homes on a site in Sittingbourne, Kent.
They are the last units on the 580-home ‘Spring Acres’ development, and will be for sale, shared ownership and affordable rent.
Developer Chartway has designed and built the one, two, three and four-bedroom homes in the development on behalf of Hyde, this latest phase of which is due to be completed in 2027.
The development also includes a 15-hectare country park, shops and a new sports court and drop off facility at the adjoining primary school.
Steven Morrice, development and sales director at Hyde, which became the first housing association to register a ‘for-profit’ arm last year, said: “I’m delighted we’ve received planning consent for the final phase of Spring Acres. It’s wonderful to see this new neighbourhood grow and, through our partnership with Chartway, provide even more, highly energy efficient, affordable homes in Sittingbourne.”
Julian Moat, planning director at Chartway, added: “We are really pleased to have secured the final remaining phase of reserved matters planning consent for this multi-tenure development. Working in partnership with Hyde, we can continue the successful delivery of much needed new high-quality homes, set in attractive public spaces at Spring Acres.”