Ebbsfleet Garden City homes boosted as Cable Wharf enters phase 2 with 180 apartments and houses at Northfleet

Another 180 apartments and houses have become available as part of a £175million development of former cabling factories on the banks of the Thames at Northfleet.

As part of the Ebbsfleet Garden City development, Cable Wharf will eventually provide 598 new homes. as well as commercial space and a new primary school.

How the Thameside development will look when complete
How the Thameside development will look when complete

Phase one of the development, carried out by housebuilder Keepmoat Homes, saw 139 new homes built.

This latest phase will see 69 one and two-bed apartments and 112 two, three and four-bedroom homes.

Mick O’Farrell, regional managing director at Keepmoat Homes, said: “This significant regeneration project will not only deliver almost 600 much-needed new homes to the area, but every aspect of Cable Wharf including the communal areas, riverside promenade and new transport links, has been designed to fulfil the needs of this brand-new community.

“Such has been the interest in the development that, following the launch of our marketing suite and show home last year, we have welcomed our first homeowners to Cable Wharf and are excited unveil the second phase comprising 180 new homes.’’

The four-phase development is expected to take six years to complete.

CGI of how the new homes should look (44662719)
CGI of how the new homes should look (44662719)

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