Port Werburgh Residential Park, Kent

Port Werburgh Residential Park Properties

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Port Werburgh Park is an exclusive new residential development of luxury park homes, with spectacular views over Port Werburgh Marina and the River Medway in Kent.
With its fantastic location, choice of luxury homes, and all in a secure gated environment for peace of mind, Port Werburgh really does have all the ingredients for a perfect lifestyle.

• Designed exclusively for the over 50’s
• Spectacular views over the River Medway in Kent
• Secure gated environment for peace of mind
• Choose from an extensive range of luxury park homes from Omar Park & Leisure Homes and Wessex Unique Lodges & Park Homes
• Specify your park home to your individual requirements and taste
• Moorings available a short walk away at Port Werburgh Marina (additional cost)
• Excellent transport links including the M25, the A2/M2 and the M20

Situated on the Hoo Peninsula in Kent, Port Werburgh is located on the northern side of the River Medway, with the Thames Estuary and the North Sea close by (what could be more perfect if you’re drawn to a waterside lifestyle!).

For land lovers, Port Werburgh also has a lot to offer with pretty woodlands and quaint villages close by providing routes for walking. Rich in history, the local area has many attractions including Upnor with it’s castle and charming cobbled streets, St Mary’s Island, and the 13th century Cooling Church and Cooling Castle.

The park itself is part of Port Werburgh Marina, an established and bustling residential and leisure marina; where better to live if you’re looking to hone your sailing skills in retirement (leisure moorings available)!

The village of Hoo St Werburgh (mentioned in the Domesday Book), is only a short walk away and provides excellent services. There are supermarkets and other shops, as well as two doctors surgeries, a medical centre and a dentists’ surgery. Fitness enthusiasts are also well catered for, as there’s a swimming pool with squash courts, a public golf course and an indoor bowls centre, and all located in and around the village!

Port Werburgh not only benefits from outstanding waterside living in a highly sought after area, it also has the added advantage of excellent transport links including the M20, the A2/M2 and the M25 (the Dartford Bridge and Tunnel are only 40 minutes away!).

Upnor Castle
This impressive castle was built in the 16th century and was designed to defend Chatham Dockyard from attack. It failed spectacularly though, when in 1667 the Dutch navy sailed up the river and destroyed much of the anchored British fleet. A frequent visitor to Upnor was the artist JMW Turner, who painted the castle in 1831. Another well know marine artist, W. Wyllie, lived nearby.

St Mary’s Island
Throughout much of the 19th century, huge prison hulks were moored along the river, including just off St Mary’s Island. Many of the prisoners who died whilst on board were later buried there.

The London Stones
These two obelisks mark the southern extent of the City of London’s fisherman’s rights to fish on the northern side of the river.

Cooling Castle
The privately-owned Cooling Castle is actually a fortified manor house built in 1380 and would have originally stood much closer to the river. The gatehouse remains in an impressively good condition and can be easily viewed from the road.

Cooling Church
The church of St. James’ dates mainly from the 13th century and has an interesting vestry covered in shells. Its churchyard is home to a group of lozenged - shaped gravestones, which are believed to have inspired the opening scenes of the Charles Dickens novel Great Expectations.

Northward Hill
Established in 1955, Northward Hill is the RSPB's oldest nature reserve and is only one of three woodlands on the peninsula. Its abundance of mature oak trees make it an ideal territory for grey herons and it is actually the largest heronry in England. The woodland is also renowned for its springtime display of bluebells.


  • Spectacular Views over the River Medway in Kent
  • Security Gated
  • Moorings Available at Port Werburgh Marina (additional cost)
  • Transport links including the M25, the A2/M2 and the M20


Port Werburgh Residential Park
Vicarage Lane

In these rules the 'owner' is Residential Marine Ltd. and the 'occupier' is the owner of the mobile home.

1. Port Werburgh Park is a retirement park and all occupants must be aged 50 or above. Children are not permitted.

2. Only Mobile Homes of proprietary manufacture which conform to the definitions contained in the Caravan Sites and Control of Development Act 1960, the Caravan Sites Act 1968 and the Mobile Homes Act 1975 are accepted and only one Mobile Home shall be stationed on any standing.

3. Mobile Homes must be kept in sound and clean condition. Decoration and external colour must be maintained to the satisfaction of the owner. Wheels must not be removed nor the Mobile Home repositioned without permission. No external alteration or addition to the Mobile Home or pitch is permitted without the prior approval of the owner.

4. The Mobile Home may be used by the occupier and members of his permanent household and bona fide guests only and the number or occupants shall not exceed the specified number of berths.

5. Occupants are responsible for ensuring that electrical installations and appliances comply at all times with the requirements of the Institution of Electrical Engineers and/or other appropriate authorities.

6. Any work carried out on gas appliances must be done by a fitter on the 'Gas Safe' registry.

7. It is the occupier's responsibility to ensure that all household refuse is deposited in approved containers and put out for collection at the correct time.

8. Musical instruments, record players, radios and other appliances must not be used to cause nuisance to others, especially between the hours of 10.30pm and 8am.

9. Two cars may be parked adjacent to the mobile home. On no account are the roads to be obstructed. All vehicles must be driven carefully on the Park not exceeding the speed limit of 1Omph. Vehicles must be taxed and insured as required by law and drivers must hold a current driving licence and insurance. Disused vehicles must be removed from the Park and the prior written approval of the owner must be obtained before parking commercial vehicles. Parking on the roads is prohibited by the Planning Authority.

10. Washing lines are to be reasonably screened from public view.

11. Private gardens must be kept neat and tidy. The planting of trees and shrubs is subject to the owner's prior approval of types and position. Trees and shrubs may be required to be cut down or removed at the cost of the occupier if they grow too large. Gardens will be left intact when the occupier vacates the pitch.

12. No farmyard animals or poultry may be kept on the pitch (cage birds excepted). Dogs and cats are permitted with the prior consent of the owner who reserves the right to withdraw such consent in the event of complaints being made to him about such animals.

13. The occupier is responsible for the conduct of children of visitors.

14. It is forbidden to carry offensive weapons or other objects likely to give offence on the Park.

15. Everyone using the Park is required to comply with the regulations of the Site Licence, local authority or any other statutory authority.

16. No commercial enterprise or business activities may take place on the Park without the prior permission of the owner.

17. Aerials for television or radio may be erected with the consent of the owner.

18. No hedges are permitted between the Mobile Homes within the 6m spacing. Other fences and hedges may be permitted but must not exceed one metre in height.

19. Nothing of an inflammable nature is allowed in the 6m spacing.

20. Cars parked alongside the Mobile Home must not obstruct any door or fire escape.

21. No car ports, lean-tos or extensions are permitted in the 6m spacing.

22. No sheds will permitted in the 6m spacing unless they are of a non-combustible material and for this written authority will be required from the owner.

23. No construction or building will be permitted without the written consent of the owner.

24. Street lights are provided and it is the responsibility of the occupier to ensure they work.

25. Storage space is provided in the garage (if provided) or shed. No materials or tools are to be stored under the home or in the garden.

26. The occupier is responsible for the cleanliness of the pitch. He must also keep the area underneath the Mobile Home clear.

27. Rent is to be paid one month in advance. Water, electricity and sewage bills are to be paid on presentation.

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