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The Lees, Sellindge

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Launching - 25th August 2018, from our nearby development, Shorncliffe Heights, in Folkestone!

The Lees enjoys a peaceful location on the outskirts of the tranquil village of Sellindge in Kent, nestled between the towns of Ashford and Folkestone, just a few miles from the beautiful south-east coast.

A superb selection of new homes to suit a wide variety of buyers, including 2, 3 and 4 bedroom designs.

Shorncliffe Heights Sales Office can be found off Royal military Avenue, Folkestone, Kent CT20 3SJ and is open 7 days a week.

Ashford Road - Sellindge - Kent - TN25 6JY

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    The development enjoys a peaceful location on the outskirts of Sellindge, a tranquil village nestled between the towns of Ashford and Folkestone, just a few miles from the beautiful south-east coast.


    Driving directions:


    From the north-west, leave the M20 at Junction 10 and take the A292/A2070 exit towards Ashford. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Hythe Road/A20 and follow the road for approximately five miles before reaching Ashford Road.


    From the south-east, leave the M20 at Junction 11 and take the exit signposted Hythe (A261). Follow the A20 for approximately three miles to Sellindge via Newingreen, before reaching Ashford Road.

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    Demolition of Belvedere Cottage

    As part of our planning obligations for The Lees development, we are required to transfer some land to Kent County Council so that Sellindge Primary School can be extended. When complete, the extension to the school will provide additional school places for local children.

    At the moment the land that we are due to transfer to Kent County Council is home to a building called Belvedere Cottage. We have appointed a contractor to demolish the cottage and clear the site so that it can be transferred to the council. The demolition works are due to begin during the school holidays on Monday 6th August and are expected to take approximately two weeks.

    Every effort will be made to keep disruption to local residents and businesses to a minimum throughout the duration of these works.



    We show our support towards the Folkestone and Ashford Military show for a second time

    Taylor Wimpey - Folkestone and Ashford Military Festival

    We donated £500 to the Folkestone and Ashford Military show which took place on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd June at Sellindge Showground. This is the second year in a row that we have supported this event and our funding went towards sponsorship of the Military Wives Choir who performed. Last year we supported the Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment (PWRR) Band.

    The Folkestone and Ashford Military show is an annual event which invites the public to celebrate local youth and cadet organisations. Initially set up in 1971 by Les Birch who served in the Royal Artillery, the show is now organised by the Kent (Marine) Cadet Force.

    Commenting on the donation received from Taylor Wimpey, Andrew Dorrell, Commanding Officer at the Kent (Marine) Cadet Force, said: “We used the funding from Taylor Wimpey to support The Military Wives Choir. They do such great work in helping the families of service personnel who often move frequently and can be left feeling isolated as a result. Everyone really enjoyed their performances during the show and on behalf of all of us at Folkestone and Ashford Military show, I’d like to thank Taylor Wimpey for their backing.”

    Jason Stokes, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey South East said: “We were delighted to support the Folkestone and Ashford Military show for the second year running. The work we do is so much more than just building high-quality homes and it means a great deal to us to give something back to the local community.”

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