In a quality and peaceful landscaped environment and surrounded by ancient woodland, Kent Medical Campus is situated at Junction 7 of the M20, on the edge of Maidstone, the county town of Kent.

At the heart of the North Kent Enterprise Zone, Kent Medical Campus also aspires to be the county’s first Academic, Health and Science Centre focused environment
In a quality and peaceful landscaped environment and surrounded by ancient woodland, Kent Medical Campus is situated at Junction 7 of the M20, on the edge of Maidstone, the county town of Kent.

At the heart of the North Kent Enterprise Zone, Kent Medical Campus also aspires to be the county’s first Academic, Health and Science Centre focused environment
 
Kent Medical Campus offers excellent access to the UK’s extensive motorway network, being located on Junction 7 of the M20, which in turn leads to the M25, M2 and the rest of the UK.
 
 

Communications

Maidstone Town Centre
2.5 miles
Ebbsfleet International
19 miles
Ashford
20 miles
Ashford International
20 miles
London
42 miles
Channel Tunnel
30 miles
Cambridge
85 miles
Dover Port
40 miles
Oxford
107 miles
 
 
London Gatwick
38 miles
 
 
London City
42 miles
 
 
London Stansted
63 miles
 
 
London Heathrow
66 miles
Ebbsfleet International – Stratford International
10 mins
Ebbsfleet International – London St Pancras – and the Crick Institute
17 mins
Maidstone West – Stratford Internationa
53 mins
Maidstone East – London Victoria
57 mins
Ashford International – Brussels
1 hr 39 mins
Ashford International – Paris
2 hrs 18 mins
Source : National Rail Enquiries, Eurostar & The AA. Distances and times approximate
 

Kent

Kent is an economically diverse county and has close links to London and European markets as well as being only a short distance from enterprising regions including Cambridge and Oxford.

Home to more than 45,000 businesses including larger organisations such as Pfizer, BAE Systems, Abbott Laboratories, Mylan, Novartis and Aesica.

The county has vibrant clusters of businesses involved in health, life sciences, education, cleantech and renewables, finance and insurances, ICT, digital and creative industries.

Science, innovation centres, business and industrial parks extend the width of the county with a rigorous plan for expansion and growth in the county’s economic strategy, which is well supported by local government. However, none focus exclusively on the core sectors of health, science and education. This is unique in Kent and forms a key attraction to prospective occupiers of Kent Medical Campus.
 
With a workforce approaching 900,000 of which 40% are professionals, senior officials, managers and other technical roles, and a steady stream of 14,000 students graduating each year, it is an attractive area for businesses to grow.

Kent offers a rich and diverse lifestyle where property prices are 70% cheaper than London and 15% lower than the rest of the South East. Retail, sports, history and the great outdoors are all represented well with key attractions such as Brands Hatch, Dover and Leeds Castles, Bluewater and Canterbury Cathedral among the many important places of interest.
 

Maidstone

In the heart of Kent, Maidstone, surrounded by rolling countryside, offers an abundance of green space and an historic river flowing through its centre, a pleasant environment and has been ranked in the top 50 places to live in the UK. Its surrounding countryside and villages are steeped in history with many historic buildings and walks on offer.

With a population approaching 165,000 the town is fully prepared for growth and is on course to build over 18,000 homes in the current plan period by 2031, with a focus on building quality, sustainable communities.

One of the top five retail and leisure locations in the South East, with two large shopping centres it is also within easy reach of Tunbridge Wells, Canterbury, Bluewater, Lakeside and the Ashford Designer Outlet, with London being only an hour away by train.
Culturally the town offers museums, galleries, an active theatre as well as river and arts festivals. Sporting facilities are excellent including a wide range of gyms, football, rugby, cricket, golf, tennis and squash centres.

Thanks to high-speed trains operated by Southeastern, Maidstone West connects to St Pancras International in London in just an hour.

Europe can be reached via Eurostar from the international rail stations at Ebbsfleet and Ashford, as well as via Eurotunnel and Port of Dover.

Amenities

Maidstone is a vibrant county town with a wealth of amenities within its town centre.

Off campus, within a short walk are several pubs, cafés, restaurants, a shopping village, Tesco superstore, pharmacy, spa and fitness suite, nursery and service station.

The attractive village of Bearsted with its famous village green is close by and Maidstone Town Centre is a short 5-minute drive, with a comprehensive offering of retail and leisure opportunities.
Within a 5 minute drive
within a 5 minute walk
Within a 5-minute drive is Maidstone Town Centre, with plenty of public car parking.

Fitness/Leisure Centres

Hotels

High Street services

Fremlin Walk and The Mall shopping centres

Restaurants including Bills, Café Rouge, Frédéric Bistro, Pizza Express and Wildwood

Odeon Cinema Complex and bowling
Within a 5-minute walk can be found

Newnham Court Inn, The Bell and The Early Bird Public Houses

Nursery

Cafés

Restaurants

Hairdressers

Tesco Superstore, cashpoint and service station

Next Home & Fashion store including Costa Coffee

Pharmacy

Orida Hotel with spa and fitness suite

Numerous retail outlets
 

Contact Us

PLANNING ENQUIRIES

Alex Hicken
DHA Planning
Eclipse House
Eclipse Park
Sittingbourne Road
Maidstone
Kent ME14 3EN
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