Military Road

A project focused on transforming a disused commercial site into a high-quality, well-designed affordable residential development.

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The Military Road development stands as a testament to our commitment to community enhancement and sustainable urban renewal. The project, initiated by Leath Park Developments and executed in collaboration with Jenner (Contractors) Ltd, focused on transforming a disused commercial site into a high-quality, well-designed residential development.

The development responds to the critical need for affordable housing in the area, contributing significantly to addressing the housing crisis. A total of 41 new 2 & 3 bedroom homes, including 18 apartments and 23 houses, were strategically designed and implemented to provide diverse housing options.

Project Details

  • Project Name

  • Military Road
  • Location

  • Folkestone
  • Client

  • Leath Park Developments
  • Project Value

  • £5 Million
  • Completion details

  • Completed
  • Project Team

  • Engineer: Roe Timber Frame

    Civils: Tridax

Public-Private Collaboration

The collaboration between OSG Architecture, Leath Park Developments, Jenner (Contractors) Ltd, and Folkestone & Hythe District Council exemplifies successful public-private cooperation. This synergy ensured a seamless development process and an onward sale agreement, with six homes retained for private sale by Leath Park.

Community Impact

The Military Road project is not just about constructing homes; it's a holistic approach to community development. By introducing affordable housing options and transforming a disused commercial site into a thriving residential area, the project fosters community growth and contributes to the overall well-being of the locality.


The Military Road development encapsulates OSG Architecture's dedication to designing sustainable, community-centric solutions. Our collaboration with key stakeholders has resulted in a successful revitalisation project, providing much-needed housing while transforming an abandoned site into a vibrant and welcoming neighbourhood.

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