The new development has been named Cathcart Gate after Air Commodore Cathcart Michael Wight-Boycott who served at RAF West Malling during World War II. Kings Hill has been built on the land of this very famous airfield. The scheme will feature three-, four- and five-bedroom houses ranging in price from £319,950 to £484,950.
"We have had tributes to pilots before at our developments," says Jo Richards, marketing and corporate manager at Hillreed Homes. "At Townsend Square, named after Group Captain Pete r Townsend, we produced a bronze sculpture of this well-known pilot which now stands proudly at the centre of the square. Certainly Kings Hill has changed since 1939-1945 but it does still retain the Control Tower which is a landmark building that will stand testament to the important role that the airfield played in our history."
The housebuilder will host an open weekend for the brand new homes at the scheme on 28th and 29th April and all prospective homebuyers are welcome to attend.
Richards adds: "Cathcart Gate is a prestigious development with a wide selection of homes so we felt it was important to produce a choice of show homes to demonstrate the level of attention to detail, workmanship and layout that we put in all our homes."