Monthly Archives: April 2018

A further 205 homes approved for Redrow in Ebbsfleet Garden City

Planning permission was given tonight for a further 205 homes in Ebbsfleet Garden City. The third phase of Redrow’s Ebbsfleet Green site  will see a selection of two, three and four-bedroom homes including 41 affordable homes. Eventually, Ebbsfleet Green, will provide up to 950 homes in the Garden City, plus a village centre, park, sports

Refer a friend to our new app and get more points for your vouchers

Between now and the end of May why not challenge 5 of your friends and family to join Get Active in Ebbsfleet and you will get 250 BetterPoints each. This means you could earn a maximum of 1,250 points for spreading the word and helping 5 of your friends and family get active and earn rewards! It's

2,600 homes announced in huge land deal at Ebbsfleet Garden City

Sales of serviced land parcels for nearly 3,000 homes have been agreed with 2,600 homes to be constructed by Countryside Properties and Clarion Housing Group, and the balance to housebuilder Barratt Homes at Eastern Quarry, a key part of Ebbsfleet Garden City. The deals follow the announcement last week that Henley Camland, the residential infrastructure

First Ebbsfleet Garden City walking and cycling route complete

  The first of Ebbsfleet Garden City's new and upgraded walking and cycling routes has been completed, giving residents in Northfleet a new walk down to the River Thames. The link at Granby Road in Northfleet leads down to the areas of Northfleet West where new housing and business is planned. This will

New bridge works under way in Ebbsfleet Garden City

Groundworks are continuing to prepare the way for a new bridge which will link residents from Springhead Park to Ebbsfleet International. New pictures shows detailed ground investigations taking place in the River Ebbsfleet. The bridge funded by Ebbsfleet Development Corporation,  will run from Springhead Park to Station Access Road, above the River Ebbsfleet. The 87

More support for Crossrail extension to Ebbsfleet Garden City

A report calling for the Elizabeth line (Crossrail) to be extended from Abbey Wood to Ebbsfleet (C2E) has been presented to the Thames Estuary Growth Commission. The early plans for Crossrail included running the line out towards Gravesend, but this was cut back in the 1990s, and in 2008 when Crossrail got approval, it was