Ebbsfleet development corporation: consultation

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Great Britain. Department for Communities and Local Government
Dept. for Communities and Local Government
Date of publication
1 August 2014
Housing and Homelessness
Social welfare
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The Ebbsfleet, Northfleet and Swanscombe area has the potential to create new homes, and provide opportunities to live and work. At Budget 2014 the government announced the creation of a new Urban Development Corporation to develop plans for a new garden city at Ebbsfleet, Kent, capable of providing up to 15,000 new homes. The government is also making available up to £200 million of infrastructure funding to kick start the development.

It is important that local people and businesses have an opportunity to express their opinions on the proposal to create the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation. The consultation invites views on the creation of the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, focusing specifically on the area in which the corporation will operate; the planning powers it will be granted and the composition of the Board.

The consultation ends on the 6th October 2014.

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