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New home to be built at Kings Farm estate office

PUBLISHED: 07:00 08 March 2018

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A building which was once used as the council’s estate office at Kings Farm is being turned into a four bedroom home.

The former estate office, in Kitchener Avenue, Gravesend, has been closed for some time and will now become a wheelchair-compliant home – building work is expected to start in the next few months.

The work is expected to take around four to six months to complete, and will include two double bedrooms, two single bedrooms, a lounge, a kitchen/dining area, a wet room, a garden to the front and rear and disabled parking.

Cabinet member for housing, Cllr Anthony Pritchard, said: “We have a number of families who require a property of this size and type. This is another example where we’re continuing to deliver on our ambitious target of 200 extra homes by 2022.”

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