A community board has been set up at Rochester Riverside, Countryside and Hyde’s £419m regeneration scheme in Medway, to ensure that the benefits of the landmark development are felt across Rochester.
Countryside recently attended the annual careers fair at MidKent College in Medway, sharing opportunities in the construction and property industries in the area.
Countryside recently invited Year 12 Geography students from Strood Academy to Rochester Riverside to learn about regeneration and planning.
Countryside has been shortlisted at the RESI Awards in the Large Developer of the Year category. These awards, organised by Property Week, celebrate the achievements of companies, teams and individuals working in the residential property sector, spanning leading developers, landlords, house builders, operators, investors, agencies and local authorities.
Countryside, one of the UK’s leading home builders specialising in place making and regeneration, together with L&Q, one of the UK’s leading housing associations and one of London’s largest developers, have formally received planning consent for the 3,000-home Beam Park regeneration site in East London, following the signing of the Section 106 Agreement.