The ribbon cutting ceremony was led by The Worshipful the Mayor of Dartford, Cllr Rosanna Currans who commented on the day: “Having lived happily in Dartford for around 35 years, I feel strongly about giving our community the opportunity to be proud of where they live. It is through new development that we can continue to give our community more of what makes it a great place to live – supporting local businesses; creating jobs for local people and giving us open space to enjoy time with family and friends.
“It was a pleasure to join Ben and the wider Redrow team today to look forward to the future, and the contribution the new homes at Stonehaven Park bring to both Dartford and the wider Kent community.”
We are grateful to have hosted local dignitaries and celebrated our partnership with local businesses on this development.
Ben Fewsdale, Managing Director at Redrow, who attended the event, commented: “We were delighted to have the Mayor of Dartford open our new show homes at Stonehaven Park. I would like to extend my thanks to her for joining us, and for sharing her personal reflections on the importance of making a house a home. It was a pleasure to host her, alongside other partners and representatives from businesses who have been involved in bringing the community to life, celebrating their efforts.
“Stonehaven Park is a key element of our wider delivery of homes and amenities at Ebbsfleet Garden City, which we hope will serve as an exemplary case study of all that a single developer can achieve at one site. For us this includes over 1,400 high-quality homes, 50 football pitches of green open space, 120 new jobs and 25% affordable homes, alongside a host of much-needed community facilities.
“We are excited to welcome anyone interested in this new community to visit our team in the new show homes.”
Once complete, Stonehaven Park will offer 575 homes, from one- and two-bedroom apartments to three- to four-bedroom townhouses. The development is located adjacent to beautiful wetlands and just a 22 minute train journey to London King’s Cross. Plans are underway to build retail, commercial and sporting facilities on the development.