The main Site is located to the west of the River Medway and to the north of the M20, within a predominantly industrial area adjacent to the New Hythe Business Park. The other parcel of land with redevelopment potential extends over the railway line that runs through the Site, to land directly adjacent to the River Medway. This is known as the former Water and Effluent Plant Site.

The Site is surrounded by industrial use to the west and the north. The New Hythe Business Park to the west is made up of a number of estates; Larkfield Mill and Link 20, off Bellingham Way, plus to the north west is located Access 4:20, a scheme comprises 18 industrial warehouse units.

To the north of the Site are Larkfield Trading Estate, Access Park, and Invicta Riverside comprising a variety of light industrial and distribution accommodation featuring occupiers such as Amazon and TTS Logistics.  Further to the north east of the site industrial occupiers include Brake Bros, XPO/Whirlpool and Yodel.

The Site has excellent links to the motorway network. Access to the Site is provided from Junction 4 (c.1.5 miles) of the M20 motorway. Leybourne Way and Bellingham Way deliver direct access off the A228 dual carriageway to the main Site entrance and gatehouse. In addition, alternative Site access points are provided from the following:

  • College Road at the north western corner of the main Site, which leads on to the internal private accessway of Perimeter Road.
  • Station Road in the south eastern corner of the main Site, which links to the internal private portion of Bellingham Way. This currently has restricted barrier access to vehicles.
  • A private right of way, via New Hythe Lane, into the north eastern corner of the former Water and Effluent Plant Site.

A number of internal private roadways feature on the main Site – Dry End Road, Perimeter Road, Mill Hall Road and the private extension of Bellingham Way.

The Site is served by two nearby train stations, Aylesford and New Hythe. These are both approximately 0.5 miles from the site; Aylesford to the south and New Hythe to the north east.

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