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2. The development will deliver up to 900 homes, of which, 270 will be ‘affordable’.

3. The development proposes a mix of 1 & 2 bedroom apartments and 2, 3, 4 & 5 bedroom houses.

4. The proposals provide for a 2 form entry primary school, 6 form entry secondary school and a potential medical centre.

5. The masterplan carefully considers the surrounding environment when locating the proposed homes, schools, medical centre, roads, pedestrian/cycle/equestrian links and open space.

6. The scheme will be sensitively designed to integrate into the surrounding topography and natural landscape of the site. It takes design inspiration from the traditional local Kent vernacular and will incorporate the kind of materials one sees in the surrounding area.

7. The landscape proposals ensure a ‘net biodiversity gain’ is achieved on the site. New homes integrate with existing and new ecological features, such as sustainable drainage ponds.

8. Pikey Lane would be stopped up to provide a unified school site, whilst Broadwater Road and Lavenders Road would be downgraded to pedestrian/cycle/equestrian links where they bisect the site. Access to land south of Broadwater Farm including Hoath Wood would be via new connections to be formed and there would be a potential vehicular access to KIngs Hill.

9. We are considering incorporating a number of community sustainability features within our proposals including drawing competitions, tree planting, apple picking, ecological trails, outdoor activity gym, equestrian routes, village greens for events, perimeter pedestrian / running route.

11. This application will deliver private and affordable homes as part of a high quality, sustainable development and contribute to meeting local housing, educational and healthcare needs and the objectives of the Council's new Local Plan.

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For further information on the development proposals for Broadwater Farm, please contact us:

Christopher Clark MRICS- Senior Development Manager
Address: Berkeley House, 7 Oakhill Road, Sevenoaks, Kent, TN13 1NQ
Telephone: 01732 227 616