- The walls of the railway bridge structure have noticeably been covered in an unsightly white and green 'muck', partially caused by leaks from the deteriorating metal guttering system. In September 2015, Future Chatham contacted Network Rail to report this issue and requested for improvements to be made. Accordingly, a structural team carried out a site investigation and executed a replacement of the previous metal pipes with a new plastic guttering system at the cost of £8,666 in November 2015.
- The former Magpie Tavern pub on Magpie Hall Road was acquired by the All Saints Community Project Trust and St. Paul with All Saints Church during 2012. A refurbishment project with a total cost of £300,000 was undertaken to convert the former pub into a community centre, including both interior and exterior works. The project involved the fitting of a community café and kitchen, training and interview rooms on the ground floor, a large room for hire, and office space for rent on the first floor, as well as improvements to the existing garden area, installation of new windows, a central heating boiler, and a new roof. Following four years of hard work, the centre opened its doors to the public on September 12, 2015 under the name of The Magpie Centre. To date, it has established itself as a key facility for the whole area, hosting a range of different community events and activities, and the availability of support for the local residents.