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New business centre proposed in Gravesend

Capital Space Limited has submitted an outline planning application to Gravesham Borough Council for a new business centre in Gravesend.

The application for the centre includes offices, workshops, light industrial units and parking on land south of Coldharbour Road, Gravesend, between Toby Carvery and Morrisons.

Capital Space Limited already run nine enterprise centres, which provide cost-effective work spaces for new businesses, across England, including two in Kent – one in Kings Hill and the other in Sittingbourne.

A similar application for this site was approved in 2007 and renewed in 2010. The plans also provide disabled parking and a footpath along the northern boundary, next to Coldharbour Road.

On the opposite side of the road to the proposed business centre, an application for a 453-acre development of 400 homes was approved in June 2015. The scheme will be undertaken by Bovis Homes, Persimmon Homes and the Colyer-Fergusson Charitable Trust.

In 2013, an application for a 60-bedroom hotel was approved for a plot of land on the opposite side of the road of the business park; however the land has so far failed to attract a buyer.

Another application will soon be considered by Gravesham Borough Council for the old Tollgate Hotel in Gravesend, which could be turned into another petrol station.

 

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