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The grounds of the former Leeds Priory

New Homes at former Priory. dha have secured planning consent for the conversion of two redundant agricultural buildings to three new dwellings on behalf of the Rochester Bridge Trust.

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dha have secured planning consent for the conversion of two redundant agricultural buildings to three new dwellings on behalf of the Rochester Bridge Trust.

Working closely with the Trust’s estate manager’s Smiths Gore and conservation architect Stuart Page, the development will provide for three new dwellings comprising one 3 bedroom property and two 3/4 bedroom properties.

The buildings, located in the village of Leeds, Kent are set amongst the scheduled remains of a former Augustinian Priory dating back to the 12th Century as well as a protected Dove Cot and Slype which are the only remaining visible structures. dha engaged in early consultation with English Heritage to demonstrate that the proposals did not damage or affect the setting of these historical ruins.

For more information please contact Matthew Blythin or David Hicken.

For more information call 01622 776226 or email:

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