Turkey Mill Investments have received detailed planning consent for a new three storey office with 98 car spaces.
The building, to be known as Paul Sandby Court, will stand in the south west corner of the site with views towards Mote Park and over the Business Park.
Built over three floors and totalling 21,882 sq ft, the building will have two lift and service cores and be capable of sub-division on each floor to provide suites from 1800 sq ft.
TMI Estates Director John Hawkins says “There are no immediate plans to start construction but we will look to do the enabling works for the scheme which includes a new bridge over the river as soon as we can”
The development is named after Paul Sandby who is a famous painter (1731-1809) and founder member of the Royal Academy. One of his most famous paintings is the view of Vinters at Boxley, Kent with Mr Whatman’s Turkey Paper Mills in the foreground.