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Tudeley Village will be a beautiful, masterplanned community, built on land owned by the Hadlow Estate in the Borough of Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

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Tudeley Village in numbers


One committed landowner with a vision for a new garden village


New schools – one primary and one secondary – in the masterplan


Neighbourhood centres – in addition to the village centre – in the proposals


Number of acres set aside for sport


Ratio of entry-level house prices to average earnings in Tunbridge Wells, twice the national figure.


Output in megawatts of the nearby Hadlow Solar Farm – enough to power 5,000 homes each year


Number of acres of open space proposed in the masterplan


Number of new homes to be built each year, rising to 200 after the first six years


Number of households waiting for social housing in Tunbridge Wells as of December 2020


Number of new homes proposed in the initial plan period for Tudeley Village, rising to 2,800 over 30 years


Number of people who saw the masterplan proposals online


Total in square feet interspersed throughout Tudeley Village for mixed business use

The Hadlow Estate has provided housing and jobs for people in the area for many years.

Its vision for Tudeley Village aims to continue that provision of high quality, well-built homes, workplaces and community spaces for the next generations of residents. The village will succeed, because it is a landowner-led, mixed-use project with a strong focus on long-term stewardship.

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Crockhurst Street Cottages, Tudeley
Tornagrain, Scotland
Barham House, Capel

The Hadlow Estate is a family managed working estate in West Kent, centred on Tudeley.

Find out more about the Hadlow Estate

The Estate comprises much of the former Somerhill Estate, the home of the d’Avigdor-Goldsmid family from the 1840s to 1981. Its predominant business is agriculture, but it also owns a range of residential and commercial properties in a variety of tenures. The Estate has significant areas of forestry and heathland under management.

The Hadlow Estate has historically been, and continues to be, an important economic, social and environmental contributor to the borough of Tunbridge Wells.