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Oakapple Place

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Coming soon

New homes in Maidstone

Launching February 2020 - 2 bedroom homes from £278,500!

Oakapple Place is a development of 2, 3 & 4 bedroom houses located in the charming parish of Barming near Maidstone, Kent.

As well as a choice of homes, Oakapple Place will offer areas of open space and a children's play area for residents to enjoy.

Please note this development will be launching from our nearby sales office: Langley Park – Edmett Way – Maidstone – ME17 3FA

This development comprises 48 homes including two, three and four bedroom houses, and 32 affordable one and two bedroom apartments. Oakapple Place benefits from a selection of different house designs, amenities close by including shops, schools, restaurants and bars, areas of open space and a children's play area, easily accessible transport links and over £450,000 will be contributed to local amenities and infrastructure as part of the planning obligations.



Oakapple Place is a short distance away from the centre of Barming which has a range of independent businesses including a florist, a tailor and a clothing store. The parish also has a selection of eateries including traditional pubs and a Chinese restaurant. Slightly further away is the town of Maidstone where a wider range of amenities can be found including The Mall Maidstone and Royal Star Arcade shopping centres and a choice of bars and chain restaurants. The grounds for Maidstone United Football Club and Maidstone Rugby Club are also close by.

Whatman Park is just 3 miles from the development and has 18 acres of a mixture of woodland and open space. Adventure play areas, a treetop walk and a skatepark make the park ideal for a family day out. There is also a riverstage open-air performance area and a boating lake from those who want to relax and take in the surroundings. 

Barming Woods are also just a short distance from Oakapple Place so residents can take a stroll along the footpaths or take a ride through the peaceful woodland following a choice of cycle routes. 

Families moving to Oakapple Place will find that there are a selection of primary schools in local area including Barming Primary School and Jubilee Primary School. Oakwood Grammar School and St Augustine Academy are also just a short distance from the development. 

Commuters will find easy connections to London and the East Coast via the M20 as well as being a short distance from the three train stations that Maidstone has to offer.


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Community benefits

In addition to the provision of much-needed new homes and public open space on site, a legal agreement, known as a Section 106 Agreement was approved under the outline application. This agreement will see us make the following financial contributions to Maidstone Council/Kent County Council:

  • £34,240 open space contribution, to be spent on land within one kilometre of the site or the unmade section of Oakapple Lane. We are proposing to include open space improvement works to Oakapple Lane as part of our reserved matters proposals, which allows the financial contributions from the site to be spent on other open space within 1km;
  • £277,765 education contribution towards the land and build costs of phase 2 of the Hermitage Lane Primary School;
  • £71,360 highway contribution towards the costs of improving the A26/Fountain Lane junction including a pedestrian crossing, and junction 5 of the M20;
  • £67,392 healthcare contribution towards the improvement (refurbishment and reconfiguration) of facilities at Barming Medical Practice;
  • £3,841 library contribution towards the cost of providing additional books at Maidstone Library; 
  • £2,400 community learning contribution, to be spent on the St Faiths Adult Education Centre;
  • £675 youth service contribution towards equipment required for youth workers and organisations covering west Maidstone.


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This development is managed by the South East Taylor Wimpey regional office