The site, measuring circa 28 acres, is formally a golf driving range and pitch and putt course, but this closed some time ago with the land being left vacant and disused.
Located on the edge of the urban area and situated immediatly opposite an overland train station, the land has potential for a sustainable and sensitive redevelopment to provided much needed new homes, open scpae and community uses.
Purchased unconditionally by Ashill in March 2011.
This 2.5 acre site had existing factory and office accommodation of circa 80,000 sq ft and was previously occupied by a pharmaceuticals company. The site is located in the centre of Old Bexley only a short distance from the train station.
Planning was obtained in September 2011 for 69 residential units.
This development has been built in association with Linden Homes.
The site, currently a hotel complex and a golf course and agricultural land, is a joint venture with the landowner.
• An outline planning application was approved in November 2013 for 1,400 new homes, 4,355sqm of business floor space, 279sqm of retail floor space, a new pub, a new 2 form primary school, Community Centre, sports pitches, play area and allotments.
This development is being built in association with a consortium of house builders comprising Bovis Homes, Linden Homes and Bloor Homes.
The land, measuring a total of 50 acres, is part of the site lies within Waverley Council and the other part within Guildford Council. The land has been earmarked in both Local Plans for residential development, with the Waverley part al;ready removed from the Green Belt.
The redevelopment of the land would provide much needed housing, as well as large areas of valuable public open space, and lies within a sustainable location within a short distance of the train station and town centre.
A detailed planning applicaiton has been submitted on the Waverley part of the site, with a further application possible if Guildford decide to allocate the land for housing.
The site, containing two former quarries, comprises 54 acres of land immediately adjoining the western boundary of Godstone.
The land is being promoted through the Local Plan process for a sensitive development of new homes which compliments the village, and privides new public open spaces, woodland and ecological enhancements.
This cleared site measuring 0.9 acres had detailed planning permission for new commercial units, however an extended marketing campaign showed that the site will be more suited for residential development.
Planning permission has been granted for 17 residential dwellings.
This development has been built in association with Lea Valley Developments.
Purchased unconditionally by Ashill in September 2010.
This 3.5 acre site was occupied by Veolia Water until 2007. The industrial and office buildings measure approximately 50,000 sq ft. The site is located in the village of Lane End approximately three miles north of the town of Marlow.
Planning permission was granted for a scheme comprising 42 residential units and 12,000 sq ft of commercial floorspace.
This development has been built in association with Persimmon Homes.
Purchased unconditionally by Ashill in November 2013.
Former Glaxo Smith Kline pharmaceuticals, 52 acres in total with circa 150,000 sq ft of commercial buildings.
A detailed planning application was approved in June 2014 for 73 new homes, with large areas of open space and amenity woodland for the use of residents and the public. A further application for 5 residential dwellings was approved in 2016.
The development has been built in association with Bellway Homes.
Purchased unconditionally by Ashill in January 2009.
This 2 acre site was historically used as a private bowling green by employees of the adjacent Stag Brewery until its abandonment in 1991. The site is located in Mortlake near to the River Thames and the finishing post of the famous Oxford Cambridge Boat Race.
Planning consent was received in March 2010 for a scheme of 76 residential units.
This development has been built in association with Shanly Homes.
Purchased unconditionally by Ashill in April 2017.
The site, allocated for residential development, is located in Tunbridge Wells town centre and is currently in use as a builders merchants and yard.
Two planning applications have been granted - one for the conversion of an attractive Victorian warehouse building into 12 apartments; and the other for a new build scheme comprising 31 units with associated car parking and landscaping works.
The warehouse conversion is being built in association with Fry Limited and the new build scheme is being built in association with Brookworth Homes Limited.