Go-ahead for Kent film studio and homes despite 'sub-optimal' payments deal

Plans have been approved for the redevelopment of a derelict railway works at Ashford, Kent, into a mixed-use scheme with TV and film studios and more than 300 homes, despite the scheme's "strongly sub-optimal position" in respect of section 106 payments.

by Michael Donnelly
A visualisation of the proposals. (Pic: Quinn Estates)
A visualisation of the proposals. (Pic: Quinn Estates)

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