The site extends to around 30.47 hectares (75.29 acres) and comprises a former cement works and chalk quarry. It is comprised of three main parts, set to the north and south of the B2175 with inter-connecting tunnels providing access between the parcels. The land to the north was formerly the cement works, the majority of which has now been cleared and is surfaced with a mix of concrete and crushed hard standing. All of the former buildings on site have been demolished and cleared. There are chalk cliffs to the southern edge of the northern parcel and as such this art sits below the B2175 having been excavated at some point prior to being a cement works. Access to the site is provided from the A226 (Thames Way) with additional access also possible from Grove Road to the north west. We understand that both parcels of land to the south of the B2175 known as Church Path Pit and Vineyard Pit were formerly part of the cement works, until commercial operations ceased. There are no buildings on site and they currently comprise undeveloped scrubland. These two parts of the site are connected to the northern part via tunnels through the chalk cliff, set beneath the B2175. To the north west of the former cement works is a small redundant industrial yard and a car park, part of which is also included within the ownership.