Port Werburgh Residential Park, Kent

Residential Park (find out more here)

What Features Does Port Werburgh Residential Park Have?

Views over the River Medway
Transport links including M25
Exclusively for the over 50s
Gated environment
Moorings available at Marina
Pick your park home

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Kent is a county which is full of surprises.  Offering plenty of heritage, countryside and waterside views, there is little wonder why so many people choose to move to park communities in the area.  One of the latest developments in the wider Kent region is the spectacular Port Werburgh Residential Park, close to a variety of amenities and sites of interest to appeal to residents of all ages.

The park commands incredible views over both the River Medway and the Marina, where the community gets its name from.  Its fantastic location is perfect for those who are drawn to the water.  However, if you prefer to stay on dry land, there is plenty to explore in the wider region.

Port Werburgh Park promises to be a luxury residential resort with lots to offer in the months and years to come.  As one of the newest parks in the region, it is closely inspired by some of the longest-standing communities in the county.  However, the park offers unique, tranquil living for residents of all ages.

Joint park with Island Park. Finance options are available. 

About Port Werburgh Park

Close to water and countryside alike, Port Werburgh Park makes the most of its wonderful surroundings.  It is a community exclusively open to residents aged 50 and over, making it a perfect location for retirees who want to move into a community of like-minded people.  Certainly, the focus here is on slow, easy living, which means residents can feel free to leave the hurry and rush of city life and work behind them. 

The park is developed much like an exclusive neighbourhood of sorts, with a close-knit community yet enough privacy of your own to return to.  It is a nice balance which is hard to find outside of residential park living.

The park itself offers stunning developments and carefully maintained gardens and grounds.  Residents can return to their properties after a long day of exploring without needing to worry about the look of the local area.  The park owners are careful to maintain the look and feel of the site for all their residents.  They are keen to understand what appeals to their residents, and are always happy to take on feedback and suggestions.

Residents will also benefit from an exclusive mooring at the nearby marina.  This means anyone with a boat or jetty of their own can moor up and sail across Kent's waterways to their heart's content.  It is a great way to explore the wider area, and it is likely many residents will take advantage of this.  Port Werburgh Park is perfect for those who want to take up sailing in their retirement, or for those who haven't had time to do it while working.  Now that they are free to do more of what they love, they can get out and explore to the fullest.

With Port Werburgh Park being a retirement community, residents can leave behind any woes of noisy neighbours or local crime.  It is a safe, gated neighbourhood which is ready to welcome retirees from all corners of the country.  It's a great way to get closer to the curiosities of Kent.


Port Werburgh Park is based at the edge of the marina of the same name, and is based in a very quiet corner of Kent.  It is intentionally developed to offer tranquil, peaceful living, while still being close enough to local sites of interest, towns and cities alike.  Residents who wish to get out and about can take to nearby roads and motorway links, which will also be useful when inviting family to visit.  The park is never too closed-off from civilisation.

The park itself is just a few miles from motorways in the shape of the M2, the M20 and the M25.  A short drive will get you to many nearby attractions, however, residents will never have to worry about noise from traffic or nearby communities.  It is one of the main reasons why the park is gathering so much interest from local retirees.

Within walking distance of the park, there are many pretty woodland areas ripe for exploring.  This is great news for nature or countryside lovers, or for those who simply like taking the odd walk.  There really isn't much need to stay inside when there is gorgeous scenery to enjoy for miles around.  Residents can head off for long walks or short strolls, ideal for the odd picnic trip and for taking photos of the wonderful woodland.  The local area is rife with brilliant opportunities for all the family, meaning residents at the park can take visitors on an adventure or two with ease.

The area is also rich in heritage and culture, as Kent is already famous for.  Many quaint villages are within walking distance of the park, meaning that residents and visitors can take a look at historic market towns and traditional village customs while getting to know the wider area.  There are many traditional pubs, ale houses and restaurants to enjoy, while history lovers will also enjoy various heritage trails set up across the local area.  For many people, living out here will provide a great chance to get to know some of Kent's hidden gems, trails and haunts.

The Local Area

Beyond the park and its fantastic location, it is worth considering other sites of interest beyond the main gates.  While there are plenty of relaxing activities ready for residents to enjoy close by, the local area provides lots of active interests for active people.  The nearby village of Hoo St Werburgh is only a short distance away, providing lots of amenities and services.  There are lots of shops and a handful of supermarkets close by, which means residents can find all their daily essentials close to their park properties.

There are also two doctors' surgeries in the local area, which will be hugely convenient for many residents.  It is convenient that medical help and support is only a short drive away should residents or visitors need it.  The local village and wider area provide everything most people need and desire when it comes to mod cons and facilities.

For those who want to keep fit and stay active, Hoo St Werburgh also caters to more active lifestyles.  There is a leisure centre with a swimming pool and squash courts, as well as a public golf course and bowls centre for more relaxed pursuits.  This could be a great chance to take up a new hobby or to learn a whole new skill. 

The park is also close to towns in Chatham and Gravesend, meaning that residents can also venture further afield to access more town amenities if they wish.  Otherwise, they can simply sit back and relax in the company of calming waters and wonderful woodland walks.  Living at Port Werburgh Park promises to be an escape to Kent unlike any other.

Why Buy a Property at Port Werburgh Park?

This is a residential community which is going to grow and grow.  Though it is one of the newest communities of its kind in the region, it is ready to welcome new residents throughout the year.  The park offers a keen balance between quiet, tranquil living and easy access to many of Kent's most popular sites of interest.  It is also likely to appeal to people keen to retire to a safe, like-minded community.

 A neighbourhood designed for retirees to enjoy at their own pace is likely to be very appealing to those keen to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.  Kent is a county with lots of quaint villages and heritage trails, which means there are plenty of great reasons to get out and explore.  The neighbourhood also offers crucial privacy and tranquillity, which means residents are free to set up their own homes without fear of reproach or intrusion.

This is a secure neighbourhood location with close links to the marina nearby, which makes it an appealing location for leisure sailors and those who want to explore the county's waterways.  Residents can sail out across the waters and moor up again on the doorstep of their own park community.  It is a hugely convenient arrangement and a great way to explore everything that rural Kent has to offer.

Port Werburgh Park properties adorn carefully-landscaped grounds and gardens, with breath-taking views of the county area for miles around. 


Port Werburgh Residential Park

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 of 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 a nuisance to others, especially between the hours of 10.30 pm and 8 am.

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 carports, lean-tos or extensions are permitted in the 6m spacing.

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