Changing States:

Solids, liquids and gases are called the three states of matter. Materials can be changed from one state to another by heating or cooling

I  walked around the development site and tried to imagine a future when people have moved in?

I found some fragments of orange card with hand written notes about physics on them! Probably written by a secondary school pupil. They were discarded and mixed with a lot of other unimportant rubbish.

Conservation of mass:

The law or conservation of mass states that mass is an isolated neither created nor destroyed by chemical reactions or physical transformation.

Solid liquids and gas:

Solids, liquids and gases have different properties

Liquids and gagses can flow solids keep their shape

Gases can be squashed.




en-suite to the master bedroom

generous garage,

separate utility and cloak rooms

an executive home at a reasonable price

Heritage Homes


An indication of the changes ahead!





The paths don’t allow access only a route across the site. The machines are parked up and empty. The sales staff, the groundworkers, the roofers, the chippy’s and the digger drivers all gone home. Its a strange place a land in limbo. The Plenty Brook is as dry as a bone. I think it has been diverted to create lakes and water features on the development.

Its hard to see the future – who will live here and where will they come from? Why will they move here. What will the names of the roads be.

All I can say is that the changes and the impact locally will be very significant. Add to favourites.





Welcome to the Fairways.

The Kentish Riviera..

How much can architects do to create sustainable and friendly communities?

Do they have to portray an advert style world where the sun always shines?

Is it about showing financial success with high status consumer items on show.

Communities living amongst trees and lakes less than a mile from the sea.