THE HISTORY OF THE SITE
In 2014, the Government announced plans to create a new locally led Garden City at Ebbsfleet, providing up to 15,000 new homes based predominantly on brownfield land, or former quarries. Whitecliffe, formally known as Eastern Quarry, is the largest development site in Ebbsfleet Garden City. The 667-acre Site is owned by Eastern Quarry Ltd a wholly owned subsidiary of Henley Camland who acquired it from its previous owners Landsec in March 2018. Henley Camland is managing the delivery of the infrastructure, while parcels of land are built out by individual housing developers
HOW THINGS CHANGE
July 2022 – The Platinum Jubilee Park opens.
Summer 2022 – Lake frontage works complete including the new jetty.
Summer 2022 – Whitecliffe.
November 2021 – Castle Hill lake front works progress. Opening planned for Spring 2022.
November 2021 – the entrance to Ashmere with roundabout works complete and the road now open
November 2021 – progress at Ashmere by Countryside/Clarion.
November 2020 – causeway now constructed across the lake
November 2020 – Alkerden Northern Road access in place
November 2020 – Castle Hill now has 950 occupations
October 2020 – making the link between Castle Hill and Ashmere
October 2020 – earthworks continue shaping
October 2020 – roads being laid in Ashmere
October 2019 – looking from Castle Hill into Ashmere and Alkerden
October 2019 – retail units under construction adjacent to community centre
October 2019 – construction of the causeway across the lake begins
Henley Camland’s management team, Camland Consulting, has a proven track record in the financing of residential and commercial developments, structuring land purchase agreements and the practical delivery of ready-to-build development sites. The team are specialists in their field aiming to ensure Whitecliffe is a great place where people want to live.