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£3.4 million for an improved bridge and walkways connecting Northfleet with Ebbsfleet Garden City

Millions are to be spent on a new bridge and improved walkways among improvements to connect existing communities with Ebbsfleet Garden City. The £3.4 million outlay will go towards pedestrian and cycle links around Northfleet, including the replacement of the pedestrian bridge at Church Path Pit and improving the path from Granby Road to the… Continue reading »

Businesses call on Ebbsfleet Garden City bosses to help save their jobs from London Paramount plans

‘By all means build your theme park, but don’t do it at the expense of our local businesses’ That’s the message to the developer of London Paramount from the Peninsula Management Group (PMG), a lobbying body which represents businesses set to be displaced by the £3.2 billion project on the Swanscombe Peninsula. Around 140 businesses and some… Continue reading »

Ebbsfleet Garden City: house builders are still committed to plans despite Brexit vote

Ebbsfleet Garden City will not be hit by the impact of Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. That’s the message from bosses at Ebbsfleet Development Corporation after the shock Brexit result sparked fears of economic turmoil across the country. The corporation’s interim chief executive, Paul Spooner, said house builders remained committed to the development,… Continue reading »

Ebbsfleet Garden City update

Developer Land Securities has signed several deals to move forward with housing development at Ebbsfleet Garden City. Land Securities has exchanged contracts with Taylor Wimpey for the sale of 539 residential plots at Castle Hill, which is one of three planned villages in the 269-hectare Eastern Quarry development and forms part of the wider Ebbsfleet… Continue reading »

Two-thirds of Eastern Quarry sold by Land Securities to Henley Camland

Two thirds of a site earmarked for the development of a garden city in Kent has been sold for an undisclosed sum, it has been reported. Land Securities is thought to have sold most of the Eastern Quarry near Bluewater to Henley Camland, a joint venture between private equity firm Henley Investments and infrastructure specialist… Continue reading »