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With a great place to live and work, there has never been a better time to make the move to Folkestone & Hythe.
Picture of the Old High Street Folkestone
We know what a great place the Folkestone & Hythe district is – but don’t just take our word for it.
The Sunday Times rated Folkestone as one of the best places to live (March 2023) and others rave about it too.
Nestled in the sunny south-east, the district has 26 miles of coastline ranging from sandy beaches to Britain’s only desert at Dungeness. It’s an extraordinary place offering peace and tranquillity for those who seek it alongside an exciting buzz of creativity.
This is a picture of a Mermaid statue sitting on a rock look out over the harbour
While just 55 minutes from London by high-speed rail link, house prices in the district remain attractive to those moving from elsewhere (Rightmove: average house price in Folkestone £305,131).
There is an impressive range of schools too, with many in the district rated by Ofsted as good and several outstanding.
The rejuvenation of the old town, seafront and harbour arm has made Folkestone a hive of creativity.
Internationally recognised artists come to celebrate the Folkestone Triennial and works from previous exhibitions remain dotted around the town.
The eye-catching F51 building offers not only award-winning architecture but also the world’s first purpose-built multi-storey skatepark and the tallest climbing venue in the south east.
Potential career highlights could be working on the development of Otterpool Park - a 10,000-home garden town, supporting delivery of a £19.7m Levelling Up Fund scheme in Folkestone town centre or helping to create new, affordable homes on a brownfield site.  All this whilst working for an organisation rated by Best Companies as an outstanding place to work. 
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