Site Walkaround with MidKent College

Works are progressing well on site at Coxheath, Maidstone. We invited some Level 2 in Carpentry & Level 3 in Construction and the Built Environment students from MidKent College to attend a site induction and see how we are progressing with the construction of the new medical centre. Led by Neil Mugridge, the tour included a view of the trussed rafters and steel framework of the roof structures, as well as talks with site carpenters who were working on the I beams to support the floor.

New Project Win – x3 Southwark Sites

Oakdean are delighted to announce that we have secured not one, not two, but three separate residential new build developments for Southwark Council. Take a look at what the works include below:

Bassano Street -The construction of four, 3 bedroom houses on the site of former garages.

Henslow Road – The construction of three, 3 bedroom houses on the site of former garages.

Underhill Road – The construction of three, 4 bedroom houses on the site of two prefab houses.

New Project Win – Pembury Hall

Another project win for Oakdean! We have secured the circa £4.3m redevelopment of Pembury Youth Hall, London, E5 8JU. The works comprise of the development of the former Pembury Youth Hall, where we will be building a five-storey residential block containing 13 flats (all affordable rent), with a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes.

New Project Win – Greensands Medical Centre, Coxheath

Oakdean is delighted to announce that we’ve secured the circa £3.7m scheme for the construction of a brand new medical centre in Coxheath, Maidstone. The development comprises of the construction of a brand new two-storey medical centre built with performance and sustainability at its heart. The new centre will provide the latest in modern medical facilities including a pharmacy, consulting rooms, nurse treatment rooms, minor operations room, offices, pharmacist and paramedic rooms and a multi-purpose room for conference/training. This will also include the formation of an accessible sensory garden for all, together with a feature double-height reception area, pedestrian access, car parking, native tree planting and associated soft landscaping.

The new centre will be built with the latest in environmental performance standards in mind and aims to achieve a rating of Breeam ‘Excellent’.