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Kent Developers Group

Kent Developers Group

Kent Developers Group (KDG) is a unique association of owners and developers of the main development sites in Kent and Medway. KDG is a part owner of Locate in Kent and has three places on its Board of Directors.

The benefits of being a member of KDG include:

  • The opportunity to be part of the partnership working to remove barriers to growth and delivering future economic prosperity to Kent.
  • Members have the opportunity to discuss strategic issues with major public sector organisations such as Kent County Council, the Highways Agency and the Environment Agency.
  • Quarterly meetings, providing an excellent opportunity for networking and presentations on legal matters, planning, the environment, sustainability and design, as well as learning from other developers' experiences and exchanging useful contacts.

The annual membership fee is currently £5,000. For further information please contact Nick Fenton, Chairman via Danielle Lee on 01732 520724 or email danielle.lee@locateinkent.com.

View the list of members and the full KDG details here:Download

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