Monthly Archives: July 2016

Thames Estuary growth plan welcomed by Garden City

By |2016-07-14T12:19:26+00:00July 14th, 2016|Uncategorised|

The launch of a Thames Estuary growth plan, to boost productivity, attract and retain skilled workers and capitalise on major infrastructure works was today welcomed by Ebbsfleet Garden City bosses. The ‘Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission’ was unveiled at an event at the Queen Elizabeth II Park, and promises to put in place a vision

Spend some money on the surrounding communities, eg Knockhall, Swanscombe so that the communities have a reason to become integrated by way of offering different things – I think the lido is a fantastic idea, we had one in Knockhall for years – why not build a Lido in Swanscombe or the Knockhall part of Greenhithe, so that the whole focus is not centered on one new community. Build a large number of much needed social and subsidised housing in the new development. Also ensure that public transport includes links to these communities, not serving and focusing on new developments only. Sarah Handley

By |2016-07-08T10:01:13+00:00July 8th, 2016|Click here for details|

Spend some money on the surrounding communities, eg Knockhall, Swanscombe so that the communities have a reason to become integrated by way of offering different things - I think the lido is a fantastic idea, we had one in Knockhall for years - why not build a Lido in Swanscombe or the Knockhall part of

New £12million bridge for Ebbsfleet Garden City

By |2016-11-07T17:38:55+00:00July 7th, 2016|Uncategorised|

Ebbsfleet Garden City will have a new £12million bridge which will link residents with the International Station. The bridge will run from Springhead Park to Station Access Road, above the River Ebbsfleet. The 40 metre-long structure will have access for all vehicles across two lanes as well as pedestrian footpaths and a cycle path. Springhead

Home building continues at pace in the Garden City

By |2016-11-07T17:38:55+00:00July 1st, 2016|Uncategorised|

It’s business as usual – that’s the message from house builders in the Garden City following last week’s referendum result. A meeting between Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, land owners and those building in the Garden City heard that developers are on track to start 600 new homes over the next 12 months. Developers said there would