The average UK commuter spends about 50 minutes getting to work. Taken over a week this means they spend more than eight hours stuck on a train, Tube or bus, or battling behind the wheel. But there are compensations for the sometimes fraught, always expensive journey to and from work. A new study shows that
The developers of Eastern Quarry are preparing to submit a planning application to make what are known as ‘minor material amendments’ to the existing planning permission for the whole site. The proposals involve alterations to the layout and distribution of the consented development, site levels and alterations to the internal roads and access points. Join them on November 23 to find out about the
Highways England will start a public consultation on its plans for improvements to the A2 at Ebbsfleet Garden City in January. Seven schemes, part of the Government’s £15bn investment in roads, will be carried out to improve roads including the A2, which will see further junction upgrades linked to local growth plans. In January Highways England will start
Ebbsfleet Garden City's very first primary school is holding an open morning. Come and see the building plans and designs for the Academy. Find out about the curriculum, uniform, extended hours and meet Leigh Academies Trust representatives including Karen Major, Executive Principal, Cherry Orchard Primary Academy. Staff will be there to answer your questions and guide
We are carrying out a survey to find out what Ebbsfleet Garden City residents think about where they live. Our Quality of Life study and a resident satisfaction survey will help us shape the future of the Garden City and make improvements in the years to come. Independent researchers will be at bus and train
A series of coffee morning are being held for Ebbsfleet Garden City residents at Castle Hill. They'll run every Friday through November and on 16 December.
Our new commercial centre, new jobs and and how we are speeding up the delivery of up to 15,000 new homes are highlighted in this year's Kent Property Market Report 2016. To see the full document click here
Kent’s commercial property market has evolved significantly over recent years reaching a critical mass that leaves it well placed to weather the uncertainty over the UK’s future relationship with Europe, according to the Kent Property Market Report 2016. Produced by Caxtons Chartered Surveyors, Kent County Council and Locate in Kent, the report was launched at