The developer was given approval for the homes in the final phase of its scheme at Springhead Park, bringing the total number of homes it will build at this location to 799.
The development will feature the delivery of a new park and an outdoor gym called a trim trail, while allotments will also be included in the scheme.
“While this latest phase from Countryside complements the existing Springhead Park area, it also represents a use of materials and detail which will provide a contemporary and good quality range of two-, three- and four-bedroom homes for Ebbsfleet Garden City,” said Ian Piper, chief executive at Ebbsfleet Development Corporation.
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Ebbsfleet Development Corporation, which is overseeing the regeneration of the area, is also building a new bridge which will link the area directly to Ebbsfleet International and reduce walking times to the station for residents.
Iain McPherson, regional managing director at Countryside Properties new homes and communities south, added: “Given our great success in the community to date, we are looking forward to further establishing Countryside’s offering at Ebbsfleet Garden City, both with the launch of the final phase of the Springhead Park development and our new joint venture in Eastern Quarry.
“Ebbsfleet Garden City already boasts unrivalled transport networks nearby and now – with the new bridge – our residents at Springhead Park can connect even more quickly to the station.”