Aerial CGI of Cable Wharf development

The Cable Wharf Development

Cable Wharf is a development of houses and apartments like no other. Set within the unique backdrop of ancient chalk cliffs and the glistening River Thames, yet only 31 minutes from London, the site will form a new riverside community for Northfleet, providing excellent commercial and regeneration possibilities for the area.

The development has taken clear inspiration from the rich history of the area, with every aspect of Cable Wharf, from the one-bedroom apartments to the four-bedroom houses, the communal gardens to the riverside promenade, influenced by this heritage and designed to celebrate and enhance the best historical features of the town.

Cable Wharf forms part of the Ebbsfleet Garden City area, which aims to create a vibrant and cohesive place where people will want to live and work, across Ebbsfleet, Northfleet and Swanscombe.

The inspiration for Cable Wharf is formed around the desire to reinvigorate the grounds of old cable factories and the once renowned Rosherville Pleasure Gardens, breathing new life into the area and enhancing local communities. The development has been cleverly designed around tree-lined streets and landscaped gardens. In order to create a sustainable community, the development includes the provision of amenities such as commercial spaces, new transport links and a primary school, putting accessibility and convenience right very much at the forefront.

Phases

Cable Wharf development in total will deliver 598 mix tenure new homes to the Gravesham area. There will be 159 two, three and four bedroom houses and 171 one and two bedroom apartments available for outright sale over an estimated build programme of 6 years.

Contact Us

Keepmoat Homes has appointed Cavendish, a specialist communications agency, to oversee the creation of the Community Liaison Group, as well as to act as a first point of contact for the project and its progress.

You may submit any enquiries regarding the development, lettings, or the Community Liaison Group, via the box on our Contact Us page.

You may also reach us from 9.00-17.30 Monday to Friday by calling 0800 298 7040.

Phases of Development

Phase 1: CABLE WHARF GARDENS – 24 two, three & four bedroom houses for outright sale.

Phase 2: CABLE WHARF CLIFFSIDE – 68 one & two bed apartments and 85 two, three & four bedroom houses for outright sale.

Phase 3: CABLE WHARF RIVERSIDE – 147 one & two bedroom apartments for outright sale.

Phase 4: CABLE WHARF BOULEVARD – 50 two, three and four bedroom houses for outright sale.

A Vibrant & Connected Community

Cable Wharf is located at the gateway to The Garden of England, on the banks of the River Thames between Northfleet and Gravesend. Keepmoat’s aim is to create a thriving new community, one that is built on the foundations of a rich cultural history whilst looking forwards to an exciting future. Our development benefits from excellent transport links, with London, Gravesend and Dartford within a commutable distance.

Our aim is to create a lifestyle without limits, with accessibility and convenience at the forefront of our plans. This accessibility will allow residents to enjoy everything the local area has to offer, encouraging commerce with local businesses, providing much need inward investment.

Heritage

Northfleet is home to the site of the Rosherville Pleasure Gardens, which became a fashionable place to spend weekends for 19th-century Londoners. As part of the gardens, the Rosherville Bear Pit formed a central feature.  After the Victorian Pleasure Garden experience fell out of favour, the site and its buildings became derelict before being lost to subsequent riverside industrial use for most of the twentieth century.

The past heritage related to the site is a key focus for us. Located centrally within our development, 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.

The artwork titled “Born to be Wild” by artists NEON will draw inspiration from the lines of the archaeological structures underneath to act as a provocation that asks us to consider the future relationship between animals and humans. The artwork will allow residents and the public to sit, walk or climb on it as a bear would in the wild.

The artwork is anticipated to be installed in Autumn 2021.

Phases of Development

Phase 1: CABLE WHARF GARDENS – 24 two, three & four bedroom houses for outright sale.

Phase 2: CABLE WHARF CLIFFSIDE – 68 one & two bed apartments and 85 two, three & four bedroom houses for outright sale.

Phase 3: CABLE WHARF RIVERSIDE – 147 one & two bedroom apartments for outright sale.

Phase 4: CABLE WHARF BOULEVARD – 50 two, three and four bedroom houses for outright sale.

A Vibrant & Connected Community

Cable Wharf is located at the gateway to The Garden of England, on the banks of the River Thames between Northfleet and Gravesend. Keepmoat’s aim is to create a thriving new community, one that is built on the foundations of a rich cultural history whilst looking forwards to an exciting future. Our development benefits from excellent transport links, with London, Gravesend and Dartford within a commutable distance.

Our aim is to create a lifestyle without limits, with accessibility and convenience at the forefront of our plans. This accessibility will allow residents to enjoy everything the local area has to offer, encouraging commerce with local businesses, providing much need inward investment.

Heritage

Northfleet is home to the site of the Rosherville Pleasure Gardens, which became a fashionable place to spend weekends for 19th-century Londoners. As part of the gardens, the Rosherville Bear Pit formed a central feature.  After the Victorian Pleasure Garden experience fell out of favour, the site and its buildings became derelict before being lost to subsequent riverside industrial use for most of the twentieth century.

The past heritage related to the site is a key focus for us. Located centrally within our development, 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.

The artwork titled “Born to be Wild” by artists NEON will draw inspiration from the lines of the archaeological structures underneath to act as a provocation that asks us to consider the future relationship between animals and humans. The artwork will allow residents and the public to sit, walk or climb on it as a bear would in the wild.

The artwork is anticipated to be installed in Autumn 2021.