A meeting is being held in St Nicholas at Wade next week for those affected by issues with Sunningdale House Developments.
Sunningdale House Developments has sites across the south of England including in St Nicholas at Wade, Broadstairs, Monkton and Minster.
However, the sites have reportedly been inactive in recent weeks and workmen reportedly stopped carrying out snagging work yesterday (August 4).
Residents/buyers are expected to discuss concerns over snagging, the viability of Sunningdale’s developments and how the sites will be completed as well as issues at individual properties.
Sunningdale House Developments, originally based in Sandwich but relocated to Manston in 2022, formed in December 2014. It is headed by David Pownceby who formerly was a director of Lilybrook Developments which was dissolved in 2013.
Sunningdale has a number of different registered companies related to different sites.
According to Companies House Mr Pownceby (pictured) has resigned, as of July, from some of these companies including Sunningdale (North Foreland) Sunningdale (st Nicholas), Sunningdale (Dover Road Walmer) Sunningdale (Sandgate) Sunningdale (Minster) Sunningdale (Maidstone) Sunningdale House Developments (TWONE) Sunningdale (Eastry) but retains his position at several other companies.
The new director of some of the developments is listed as Robert John Locker.
The meeting will be held at St Nicholas at Wade village hall, organised by North Thanet MP Sir Roger Gale, on Thursday (August 10) from 7pm.
Sir Roger Gale will speak with Sunningdale residents who have any worries or issues with their house or estate.