Chatham Maritime Trust is a registered charity and the guardian of the Chatham Maritime Estate
Chatham Maritime Estate is one of the largest urban regeneration schemes in the country comprising over 2000 new homes, a university campus, a shopping centre, offices, a leisure facility and a 500-berth marina.
The result is an exciting new place to live, work, study and play.
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St Mary's Island Homes
In a beautiful maritime setting, St Mary's Island offers a relaxed and contemporary
lifestyle. Over 20 acres of landscaped open space have been incorporated into the design of the
Island, with play areas for children, a riverside walk and tranquil places to relax.
South Maritime also contains offices for several national and local organisations including HCA, RBS, Lloyds of London, Xchanging, Reeves & Co LLP, dgb Solicitors, MHS Homes and Busy Bees Day Nursery.
The Universities of Medway is a unique collaboration which brings together the University of Greenwich, the University of Kent, and Canterbury Christ Church University to provide a huge new campus at Chatham Maritime.
At Your Leisure
South Maritime Estate is home to the Dockside Outlet Centre, the Odeon Cinema, the Dickens World visitor attraction, the Ramada Hotel, and the Ship & Trades Public House.
- Chatham Quayside Ltd - Proposals for Colonial House Site
Chatham Quayside Ltd is putting forward proposals for a residential development on the Colonial House site at Quayside, Chatham Maritime. Their proposals will be on display at an exhibition to be held at: The Ramada Encore Hotel,…Read more >
- University of Kent Medway Campus celebrates 50th anniversary year
The local community and friends of the University of Kent will be joining students and staff for an evening of live music and entertainment to celebrate the start of the University's 50th anniversary year. The event will start at…Read more >
- The Machine Shop
The Machine Shop is the metal framed structure adjacent to Dockside Outlet Centre. HCA's consultant, Campbell Reith, have identified significant concerns over the structural integrity of the roof. Further evidence of…Read more >