With housing in London growing ever more unobtainable the pockets of commuters draw developers to surrounding towns and villages accessible by the high speed train lines, one such town is Sittingbourne. Located in the south east of England, 45 miles from London, Sittingbourne is a small industrial town struggling to provide a modern living for its residence. Planned developments of Sittingbourne are now being discussed with a number of ideas and concepts on the table, some from large supermarket chains who hold a stake in land within the town. The past, present and future story of Sittingbourne is one familiar to residence of towns and cities all over the UK, with developments planned for completion by 2031 I look to document the change of Sittingbourne to see how these small town developments benefit the residents in the long run.
2014 - Ongoing