A new footpath which will halve the time it takes residents to walk from part of Ebbsfleet Garden City to the Ebbsfleet International Station has been opened. The path between Castle Hill and Ebbsfleet International, means residents will enjoy a quick and direct route to the station on foot or by bike. The previous journey
Ebbsfleet Development Corporation will invest £30million in the provision of new electricity sub stations and connections in order to ensure the supply for up to 15,000 homes and a new city centre over the next 15 years, it was announced today. It is the first time a public body has invested in this way to
Proposals for a new Ebbsfleet Garden City primary school at Springhead Park are going on public display. The new primary school design will be shown at an informal drop-in exhibition where you will have an opportunity to see what is proposed and discuss your thoughts and questions with members of the Schools Trust and design team. Details
The commuter spot to watch:15,000-home Ebbsfleet Garden City development offers super-fast commutes with 17-minute train service to central London. The North Kent town is attracting commuters with its affordable housing and quick access to the City, says the Evening Standard. Ebbsfleet is an important place if St Pancras and Paris loom large in your life.
Up to 100 Ebbsfleet Garden City residents are to have their fitness levels monitored in an innovative health technology project. Data from digital fitness monitors worn by volunteers will be analysed by the Healthy New Towns programme in Ebbsfleet Garden City. Kevin McGeough, Director of Ebbsfleet Garden City Healthy New Town programme, said: “We hope
Ebbsfleet Development Corporation board member Louise Hardy has been honoured at a prestigious awards ceremony. Louise won First Woman of the Built Environment and joined the leading lights behind a parenting app, gym group, high performance tech company and private equity firm who were all recognised at the 13th First Women Awards, which took place in