Kent Developers Group
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- Kent Developers Group
The Kent Developers Group – building a better Kent
High quality homes and commercial property play a huge role in attracting new businesses to the county. The Kent Developers Group (KDG) is a unique association that comprises land and property owners, developers of commercial spaces as well as residential and mixed use schemes across the county. Together they work alongside public sector partners including Kent County Council, Homes England and the Environment Agency.
The benefits of being a KDG member include:
- The opportunity to be part of the partnership working to remove barriers to growth and delivering future economic prosperity to Kent
- The opportunity to discuss strategic issues with major public sector organisations
- 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
For membership information please contact Jo Rossi on 01732 520700 or email email@example.com.
- KDG Members
- Associate members
- Supporting Organisations
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Kier South East
One of the leading independent commercial building surveying consultants in the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe. Focused on delivering the best outcomes for clients, Malcolm Hollis have a long-established reputation for offering practical, commercially-minded expert advice spanning all property sectors.
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