PUBLIC EXHIBITION

In September 2018 the Folkestone Harbour and Seafront Development Company held a public exhibition on proposals for the first phase of the redevelopment of Folkestone seafront. We invited people to join us at the exhibition to show how our plans are developing.

In 2015 we were granted outline planning consent for a mixed use development, including new homes, cafes and restaurants, as well as extensive recreational space. In April 2018 a series of amendments to this planning consent (based on the masterplan) were also approved.

The exhibition was a chance to see our plans and hear about how the seafront is changing, meet the team and get your questions answered. If you were unable to come to the exhibition but would like to find out more, you can download a copy of the boards presented here.


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It is our intention that the Folkestone Harbour and Seafront development will become an outstanding place in which to live, making the most of its prime location so close to the town centre, historic Leas promenade and the beach.

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You might also be interested in a website that we have designed to mirror and showcase the very best aspects of life in Folkestone. The site is called “Folkelife” and aims to reflect the rich diversity of the town’s heritage, art, entertainment, sports, business, enterprise and the people who live here. You can read more here: https://folke.life


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