A major conference on the role of arts and culture and new towns will feature Ebbsfleet Development Corporation. Sir Nicholas Serota, Chairman of Arts Council England will be speaking on how arts and culture can inform the next generation of planned communities at The Coming Community: New Towns, Art and Place. Kevin McGeough, Ebbsfleet Development
Redrow is updating Ebbsfleet Green residents in Ebbsfleet Garden City with news from the area. Find out about Redrow's move to the Garden City and plans for the latest primary school at Ebbsfleet Green and the latest planning matters. To see it, click here
Cyclopark will stage OVO Energy Women’s Tour this June as it hosts the race’s first-ever Kent stage. Te world’s best riders will tackle a 62.5-kilometre (25-lap) kermesse around the circuit on Tuesday 11 June – day two of the 2019 race. This stage will see Kent play host to its biggest international sporting event since
Work at our Springhead Bridge construction site is rapidly taking shape. Watch the latest drone footage here and see the huge progress that has been made in just a few months. To read about the bridge click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U5snnCNlow This video has no speech and shows work being carried out on our bridge.
Bellway is launching its new Ebbsfleet Garden City homes this weekend. A walk-in exhibition event, will take place at The Intercontinental O2, 1 Waterview Drive, Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10 0TW on Friday 17th May, 12 – 7 and Saturday 18th May 10 – 5. There will be 13 developments available, including an exclusive launch of
Our flagship Springhead Bridge project has scored 44/50 at the latest Considerate Constructors Scheme Audit. The scheme’s aim is to promote best practice in construction and scores construction sites in five areas: appearance, community, environment, safety and workforce. With 'exceptional' scores in four out of five areas, the site is leading the way with some
Two key sites have been bought by Ebbsfleet Development Corporation as part of its drive to improve connectivity for residents and businesses and offer a wider range of housing in the Garden City. It has bought Station House in Northfleet (below) which will be key in providing a vital new link between Ebbsfleet International and
Teams of electricity engineers have started work to install new equipment which will help unlock the economic growth of Ebbsfleet Garden City. UK Power Networks is delivering 77 megawatts of power to light up the new city’s proposed 15,000 new homes, schools and businesses on the banks of the River Thames in north Kent. Building