The former Mill site measures approximately 5.7ha (14.1 acres) of flat land. To the east, the site is bounded by the main line railway linking the Isle of Sheppey to Sittingbourne, which in turn provides a frequent rail service into London. To the west is Rushenden Road and to the south is Thomsett Way which is a newly formed link road between Rushenden Road and the improved A249.
The former Mill buildings and the railway line crossing the site, which linked the Port to the Mill and the main line railway, have been removed to leave the site ready and capable of being developed. The site is regarded as a brownfield site or previously developed land on which development proposals are given the highest priority in all National and local planning policies.
Substantial development opportunity, subject to planning
Part cleared brownfield site
Site area of approximately 14.1 acres (5.7 hectares)
Allocated within the Swale Borough Council Local Plan and Masterplan for approximately
Freehold with Vacant Possession.
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