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FAQs

When will Cable Wharf be completed?

The final phase of the development is currently scheduled for completion in Spring 2024.

How many units are being built at Cable Wharf?

Cable Wharf will consist of 598 mix tenure new homes . These will consist of 159 two, three and four bedroom houses and 171 one and two bedroom apartments that are available for outright sale.

How can I register my interest in homes at Cable Wharf?

To register your interest in moving in to the new community at Cable Wharf, please click this link.

What is the planning history of Cable Wharf?

Cable Wharf received planning permission from the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation (EDC) in March 2017, following a hybrid planning application submitted by Keepmoat Homes. Comprehensive details of the application can be found on EDC’s planning portal, under the reference EDC/17/0038.

What will happen to the Rosherville Bear Pit?

Keepmoat has received planning approval for public artwork to be installed above the buried remains of the Grade II Listed bear pit, which will form a central point within the Italian garden.

Artwork has been designed by artists NEON that takes inspiration from the historical structure and aims to celebrate its legacy.

Details of the application and granted planning approval can be viewed on the EDC’s planning portal, under the reference EDC/21/0034

What is the function of the Community Liaison Group?

The Community Liaison Group (CLG) will act as a voice for existing residents of the surrounding area as well as new residents at Cable Wharf.

The CLG will meet on a regular basis, either online or at Cable Wharf’s new marketing suite, to discuss matters relating to Cable Wharf, our residents and the wider community, as well as to receive firsthand project updates from members of the construction and liaison teams.

How can I join the Community Liaison Group?

Whilst we have compiled an initial list of members, we remain open to welcoming new applications. To apply to join the CLG please submit your details via the box on the Contact Us page.

How often will the Community Liaison Group meet?

The group will aim to meet every 6-8 weeks, ideally in person. Meetings will typically be held in the evenings and minutes will be provided on the Community Liaison Group page of this website.

When will Cable Wharf be completed?

The final phase of the development is currently scheduled for completion in Spring 2024.

How many units are being built at Cable Wharf?

Cable Wharf will consist of 598 mix tenure new homes . These will consist of 159 two, three and four bedroom houses and 171 one and two bedroom apartments that are available for outright sale.

How can I register my interest in homes at Cable Wharf?

To register your interest in moving in to the new community at Cable Wharf, please click this link.

What is the planning history of Cable Wharf?

Cable Wharf received planning permission from the Ebbsfleet Development Corporation (EDC) in March 2017, following a hybrid planning application submitted by Keepmoat Homes. Comprehensive details of the application can be found on EDC’s planning portal, under the reference EDC/17/0038.

What will happen to the Rosherville Bear Pit?

Keepmoat has received planning approval for public artwork to be installed above the buried remains of the Grade II Listed bear pit, which will form a central point within the Italian garden.

Artwork has been designed by artists NEON that takes inspiration from the historical structure and aims to celebrate its legacy.

Details of the application and granted planning approval can be viewed on the EDC’s planning portal, under the reference EDC/21/0034

What is the function of the Community Liaison Group?

The Community Liaison Group (CLG) will act as a voice for existing residents of the surrounding area as well as new residents at Cable Wharf.

The CLG will meet on a regular basis, either online or at Cable Wharf’s new marketing suite, to discuss matters relating to Cable Wharf, our residents and the wider community, as well as to receive firsthand project updates from members of the construction and liaison teams.

How can I join the Community Liaison Group?

Whilst we have compiled an initial list of members, we remain open to welcoming new applications. To apply to join the CLG please submit your details via the box on the Contact Us page.

How often will the Community Liaison Group meet?

The group will aim to meet every 6-8 weeks, ideally in person. Meetings will typically be held in the evenings and minutes will be provided on the Community Liaison Group page of this website.