Public Consultation now underway for The Hub and Parcel 4, Whitecliffe

Local residents, community groups and stakeholders have the opportunity to actively engage and influence the proposals for The Hub and Parcel 4 at Ebbsfleet Garden City.

This consultation is being led by Pillory Barn in conjunction with the developers of The Hub and Parcel 4.

The plans are centred around the delivery of new community facilities at Whitecliffe, along with 55 affordable shared ownership apartments at Parcel 4. The project team will be gathering feedback through an online survey, consultation webinar and community engagement event.

The virtual consultation event will be taking place this Thursday 21 March at 7pm. The session will be hosted via Zoom and will incorporate a live Q&A. Following this event, a set of FAQs will be compiled and published on the website for people to refer to. 

Sign up to attend the consultation webinar, here:

The project team will also be hosting an in-person event at Castle Hill Community Centre on Monday 25 March from 2pm until 5.45pm. This will be the opportunity to see emerging plans, including layouts and indicative sketches, as well as speak directly with members of the project team. This is a drop-in event and registration is not required.

Thoughts and feedback can also be shared via the website:

The Hub is part of number of provisions for the delivery of new community facilities and social infrastructure to support those at Whitecliffe, Ebbsfleet, through a section 106 agreement. The vision for The Hub is for it to become the focal point for social, cultural and community life in Whitecliffe. The facilities being delivered as part of the s106 include a Lifelong Learning Centre, health facility, KCC police drop-in and religious facility. It is to be developed to a minimum of BREEAM Excellent. The site is owned by Eastern Quarry Limited with the development being managed by Henley Camland, a joint venture between Henley Investments and place-making and infrastructure firm Camland

Being brought forward by leading housebuilder, Chartway Partnerships Group, and registered provider, Moat Homes, Parcel 4 will consist of 55 affordable shared ownership apartments, maximising this type of housing provision in Alkerden. Throughout the consultation there will be the opportunity to comment on various elements relating to the housing provision including private amenities, sustainability features and landscaping.

The new apartments will be designed to respond to the surrounding urban context of consented and emerging Alkerden schemes – including the Education Campus, Parcel 5b and Major Urban Park. The scheme will include private parking for new residents, together with a private external amenity space including a central landscaped courtyard, and easy pedestrian links to the surrounding Major Urban Park, Alkerden Barn and the Fastrack bus corridor. 

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