Stone Hill Park is the name of the proposed mixed use scheme for the former Manston Airport site in Thanet.
Our vision for this historic location, respects the past but focuses on the future.
A place of great heritage, but also a place of great opportunity for East Kent.
We will deliver up to 2,500 homes to meet the district’s future housing needs. A wide range of housing types are planned – from starter homes to specialist housing for older people.
We will deliver an advanced manufacturing focused business park with some distribution/storage and office space included.
We will deliver large scale – indoor and outdoor – sports and recreational facilities of significance, with the former runway becoming the focal point for a network of parkland, trails and outdoor space.
We will deliver on our promise to honour the history of this site, with the Spitfire and Hurricane Memorial Museum and RAF museum at the heart of a new heritage hub.
Stone Hill Park, the owners of the former Manston Airport site, have called on RiverOak Strategic Partners to come clean on plans to seize their land and build a 24/7 cargo hub.
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The Planning Inspectorate has reached its decision in relation to an application by Stone Hill Park to allow the change of use of a number of buildings at the former Manston Airport site.
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Stone Hill Park has asked Thanet North MP Sir Roger Gale to set the record straight over the company behind plans to re-open Manston as a major cargo hub admitted night flights could be required.
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Stone Hill Park (SHP) urges the public to demand answers of RiverOak Strategic Partners (RSP), as their six-week period of consultation starts on their plan to establish a 24-hour cargo hub at Manston.
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Stone Hill Park is perfectly located at the heart of Thanet, with excellent road connections allowing fast transit to the rest of Kent and beyond. London is less than two hours away by car. Most parts of the site will be a five minute drive (or 20 minute walk) from a new Parkway railway station, offering high speed services to and from the capital, as well as stations to Dover.