Tag Archives: Gravesend heritage quarter

Plans to reinvigorate Gravesend ‘s Heritage Quarter are still steaming ahead

Plans to reinvigorate Gravesend are still going ahead, if only behind the scenes, developers have assured. Gravesend’s Heritage Quarter is a multimillion-pound project to transform the town with 330 eco-friendly homes, shops and restaurants, a 50-bedroom hotel, underground parking and public gardens. First phase of the regeneration will focus in the area between Queen Street and… Continue reading »

Gravesham Local Plan Update

Earlier in the month, Gravesham Council received an update from Wendy Lane (Planning Policy Manager) on the Local Plan. This was the kick-off for a 2.5 year process in creating the new 5 year plan for the borough covering (eg) housing and transport needs. The plan presentation has been published on the council website, as has the… Continue reading »

New year target for start of Gravesend Heritage Quarter work

Work on Gravesend’s Heritage Quarter development could start in the first half of next year after it secured major financial backing. Developer Edinburgh House announced earlier this month that millions of pounds had been invested by the Fortress Investment Group. The global property investor was founded in 1998 and has about £50 billion of assets under management,… Continue reading »

New year target for start of Gravesend Heritage Quarter work

Work on Gravesend’s Heritage Quarter development could start in the first half of next year after it secured major financial backing. Developer Edinburgh House announced earlier this month that millions of pounds had been invested by the Fortress Investment Group. The global property investor was founded in 1998 and has about £50 billion of assets under… Continue reading »

Councillor John Cubitt: the new leader of Gravesham council

The new leader of Gravesham council has vowed to make sure the area does not miss out on the benefits of London Paramount, Ebbsfleet Garden City and the Heritage Quarter.  Cllr John Cubitt (Con), 73, took over from Cllr John Burden when Labour lost seats, and control, in the borough elections earlier this month. Click… Continue reading »