Two indifferent homes off the A28 can be knocked right down to make means for a 64-bed care dwelling if controversial new plans are accepted.
Improvement firm Aspire-LPP desires to assemble the ability in St Michaels close to Tenterden – about 100 metres from an present care dwelling.
However residents have hit out on the proposal, saying there is no such thing as a want for the scheme, which was submitted to Ashford Borough Council originally of the month.
If given the nod, two homes – Kent Home and Little Dawbourne – will make means for the venture.
However Christopher Haigh, who lives in St Michaels Home straight reverse the location, fears the plan will devalue his dwelling.
“There are already 5 or 6 care properties within the space (together with Excessive Halden) with one about 100 metres away – Acacia Home – which isn’t even at capability,” he stated.
“There is no such thing as a want for extra care properties within the space. The proposed elevations are far too massive and are usually not consistent with the encircling space.
“The elevations overlook my property subsequently I lose my privateness in two entrance bedrooms.
“The quantity of visitors on the A28 is already extreme and really harmful, particularly at peak occasions for varsity runs, and so on.
“Including to it will solely trigger extra noise and stress for the residents, particularly if website entry for giant automobiles is required.”
Davina Halls, who lives in Tenterden, echoed Mr Haigh’s views.
“This facility is simply not required on this spa