The Thames Estuary 2050 Growth Commission has published its report which sets out an ambitious vision and delivery plan for north Kent, south Essex and east London up to 2050. . The Commission’s analysis shows that the Thames Estuary could generate an additional £190 billion of Gross Value Added (GVA) and 1.3 million new jobs by
A further 172 homes were tonight approved for Ebbsfleet Garden City. Countryside was given approval for the homes in the final phase of its scheme at Springhead Park, bringing the total it will build there to 799. As well as a new park there will be an outdoor gym called a trim trail and allotments
[envira-gallery id="8163"] These pictures show how work is progressing at our new Springhead Bridge site in Ebbsfleet Garden City. The bridge will link Springhead Park to Ebbsfleet International. You can see the story and what it will look like here
The public will be asked what it thinks about plans to create a new riverside quarter near Ebbsfleet United football club. Ebbsfleet Development Corporation is looking at redeveloping the Grove Road area of Northfleet and is launching a six-week consultation to find out views on the proposal. Plans could include 450 new homes, up to
The first Ebbsfleet Garden City fun run takes places this weekend and it's easy to get involved. And if you take part in the fun run, which is part of our Healthy New Towns programme, you'll even get a medal! Find out more about Sunday Active and its first taster event below.
We want to set you a cycling challenge during National Bike week. From Sat 9th June - Sun 17th June you can earn an extra 5 BetterPoints per minute for every cycle you do over half a mile with Get Active in Ebbsfleet using our new Healthy New Towns app. Read a recent story here from Ebbsfleet resident Danny who enjoys
[envira-gallery id="7968"] Schools and businesses have been given 250 plants from the Chelsea Flower Show to help bring more colour to Ebbsfleet Garden City. The plants have been distributed around seven locations, some of which are in the Edible Ebbsfleet scheme which allows member of the public to pick fruit and veg for free to
[envira-gallery id="8116"] See the pictures from this week when Whitstable Biennale visited Ebbsfleet Garden City and read about what happened here below. https://www.whitstablebiennale.com/project/a-dotted-line-across-the-map/ https://www.whitstablebiennale.com/project/i-hear-horses/