Category Archives: Gravesham

Ebbsfleet Garden City scheme for 6250 homes is given the go ahead

Major plans for the largest part of Ebbsfleet Garden City which include 6,250 homes, a market centre, education campus and an urban park were approved. The proposed development for Eastern Quarry is the biggest considered by Ebbsfleet Development Corporation’s Planning Committee in the  Garden City so far and will see three villages created across an area 1.5 miles… Continue reading »

Lower Thames Crossing submits Environmental Scoping Report to the Planning Inspectorate

Highways England has now submitted an Environmental Scoping Report to the Planning Inspectorate. The report is subject to a consultation process led and managed by the Planning Inspectorate as part of the Development Consent Order (DCO) process. A DCO is a decision-making process for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects and is how planning permission will be… Continue reading »

Spending on theme park in Kent tops £45m since inception

Theme park developers spent more than £10 million last year on plans for a £3.2 billion tourist attraction in Kent as delays continue to affect the project. A leaked email has revealed bosses have pushed back the unveiling of their updated proposals yet again. The team behind the London Resort, formerly known as London Paramount, will… Continue reading »

Gravesham Borough Council has achieved two RSPCA awards

The RSPCA’s Community Animal Welfare Footprint (CAWF) Awards is the only award scheme across England and Wales recognising good practice from local authorities, housing providers and contingency planners in relation to animal welfare. CAWF celebrates good practice by rewarding those organisations exceeding basic and statutory service requirements with the aim of achieving higher animal welfare… Continue reading »