Dungeness

Dungeness on the south coast, west of Folkestone, is currently home to four nuclear reactors – two fully operational and two in the process of being decommissioned. The area is a unique landscape and home to around 33% of all the plants in the UK, as well as a large amount of rare wildlife species that can’t be found anywhere else in the country. It's been designated as a site of special scientific interest and is also home to a large RSPB nature reserve. The local area can also be busy during the summer with photo and video shoots!

Being on the Kent coast, with excellent transport links, allows you to explore the Garden of England, as well as northern France. With good motorway links via the M2 and M20, and a high speed train service to London and Europe, there are plenty of opportunities to explore. There are excellent shopping centres in Canterbury, Ashford and Maidstone, as well as motorway links to Bluewater and Lakeside, further afield. Being on the coast means there are also lots of tourist attractions and amusement parks.

The site perimeter is around five kilometres long, and the CNC facilities are being totally refurbished.