Bellway has reached a landmark at its Hinxhill Park development in Ashford, celebrating a year since it opened its doors to visitors.

Bellway is building 192 new homes at the site off Hythe Road. The development will feature an on-site playground, football pitch and conservation area.

Bellway is providing £2.5 million in contributions towards local infrastructure as part of its planning agreement for the site. This includes funding towards a link road between Hinxhill Road and the A20 to support the new entrance at the William Harvey Hospital.

Bellway has also contributed £669,000 towards improvements at the M20 Junction 10, and £367,000 to develop and maintain a new outdoor activity zone at Julie Rose Stadium.

Investment in local schools is another key benefit of the scheme, with £850,000 going towards primary school education and £441,000 for secondary education.

Mark Harrop, Sales Director for Bellway Kent, said: “The first residents have been living at Hinxhill Park since August this year and they are already creating a welcoming community.

“The vast majority of homes currently available at Hinxhill Park are priced below £500,000 for a four-bedroom family home. This also means those due to be built in the next few months are available under the Government’s Help to Buy equity loan scheme and are eligible for the stamp duty holiday.

“Reaching the one-year mark at a development is always an important milestone and we look forward to seeing more residents move into Hinxhill Park over the next year.”

Hinxhill Park is a mixture of two, three, four and five-bedroom properties for families, first-time buyers and working professionals.

The development is located three miles from Ashford town centre and is within commuter distance to Folkestone and London.

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