New Affordable Housing and Social Complex Planned for Ebbsfleet Garden City Development

Plans have been unveiled for a new development in Ebbsfleet Garden City, Greenhithe, which could feature 55 shared ownership apartments and a social complex called The Hub. The project, known as Whitecliffe, has been in the works for 15 years and is set to become a vibrant mixed-use community with homes, green spaces, and new leisure and commercial facilities.

The development, which is one of the main plots in the Ebbsfleet Garden City project, will be built in the three villages of Ashmere, Alkerden, and Castle Hill. The latest plans for Whitecliffe, known as Parcel 4, include 55 affordable shared ownership apartments, proposed by developers Chartway Partnerships Group and registered provider Moat Homes.

The complex will also feature a multi-use space called The Hub, which will include a learning center, health facility, and plaza to cater to the needs of future homeowners. Henley Camland, the company behind the project, will be hosting a community drop-in event at the Castle Hill Community Centre on Monday, March 25th to gather feedback and showcase their designs.

The project is expected to be submitted for planning approval in April, with a second submission planned for May. Developers are hopeful that both projects will be approved in the autumn, with construction expected to be completed by 2035. A spokeswoman for the project’s brand agency, Pillory Barn, stated that the new apartments will be designed to blend in with the surrounding area and will include private parking and landscaped courtyards.

Ebbsfleet Garden City, which has already seen its 4,000th home completed, is set to house a total of 15,000 homes by 2035. The project aims to create a sustainable and thriving community with a focus on social, cultural, and community life. With the latest plans for Whitecliffe, it seems that this goal is well on its way to being achieved.

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