A major new commercial centre, improved public transport and seven city parks are just some of the exciting developments unveiled today for Ebbsfleet Garden City. The Ebbsfleet Garden City Implementation Framework shapes the future of the area and these images show how it will develop over the next 15 years as up to 15,000 homes
We want to tell you about the future of the Garden City and we're taking our vision on the road. Come and join us at any one of our events throughout October, talk to EDC staff including our planning team and others who are working with us to develop the Garden City including landowners and house builders. No need to book
Redrow Homes has secured planning consent to build a brand new headquarters for its South East division at the flagship Ebbsfleet Garden City in Kent. Approval of proposals for the two storey office space further cements Redrow’s long term commitment to Ebbsfleet Garden City, where the housebuilder is creating around 950 new homes at Ebbsfleet Green
The first issue of Ebbsfleet Garden City magazine will be launched at Minerva House on Montague Close on 22 September. The event, hosted at the Winckworth Sherwood offices from 5-7pm, will be attended by members of the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation (EDC) including Michael Cassidy, chairman, and Paul Spooner, interim chief executive, as well as representatives
Don't miss out on the chance to get to know your Garden City neighbours - over a glass of Pimms. Fun for all the family as well with face painting and games for the kids in Castle Hill.
Keepmoat, which is planning to build up to 700 new homes in the Garden City, wants to hear your views on the development. To see the plans click here To see the questionnaire click here