Project Info

Little Hithe

Little Hithe is a proposal for the construction of a residential development scheme in North Kent close to the Bluewater Shopping Centre with doorstep rail links direct to London and Europe.

Projected GDV

Apartments
Light & Space
The architecture draws-in natural light from the abundance of the Kent countryside, whilst a range of amenities remain within a short walking distance.
Light & Space
The architecture draws-in natural light from the abundance of the Kent countryside, whilst a range of amenities remain within a short walking distance.

Main Reception Hall

  • High-ceiling reception hall with urban contemporary artwork
  • Specialist exposed concrete and plaster finishes
  • Stylish semi-industrial steel staircase
  • Customised designer lighting
  • Passenger lift

Entrance Halls

  • Engineered wide oak wood flooring
  • Recessed low voltage EH lighting
  • Video entry phone

Reception Rooms

  • Engineered wide oak flooring
  • Recessed low voltage EH lighting

Kitchens

  • Bespoke hand crafted designer kitchen
  • Polished white quartz work surfaces with matching splashback
  • A range of Siemens integrated stainless steel appliances including fan assisted oven and hob with extractor hood over.
  • Brushed chrome monobloc mixer taps
  • Engineered wide oak wood flooring

Bathrooms & En-Suite Bathrooms

  • Full length bath to both bathrooms
  • Clear glass and chrome shower screens
  • Duravit sanitary ware throughout
  • Hansgrohe taps, rain showers and hand showers as appropriate
  • Heated chrome towel rails
  • Low voltage EH lighting

General Specification

  • Fully interior designed throughout
  • Double-glazed, powder coated aluminum windows
  • Muted wall colours
  • Black powder coated FCB door furniture with magnetic locks
  • Brushed nickel or satin chrome switches and sockets
  • 10-year Building Zone Warranty Heating
  • Electric heating (energy efficient)
  • Under-floor heating to all rooms AV & Data
  • Television points to reception and bedrooms
  • Cable TV enabled
  • A number of exciting upgrade packages from our New Home Technology suppliers are available by separate arrangement to include Sonos multi-room audio distribution systems with flush ceiling mounted speaker systems (note: off-plan sales only)

Tenure

  • Leasehold – 999 years from September 2019

Ground Floor Plan (not to scale)

Typical Floor Plan - Level 7 (not to scale)

330 stores over two levels

Bluewater Shopping Centre is 17.8 miles south-east of London’s centre. The complex opened on 16th March 1999 in a former chalk quarry after three years of building, comprising of a handful of car parks accumulating over 13,000 parking spaces, with 330 stores over two levels; making it the fourth-largest shopping centre in the UK.

Bluewater Expansion

With further expansion and development in the shopping centre industry since Bluewater’s opening in 1999, perhaps most prominently the entry of the Westfield Shopping Centres into the market, Bluewater has looked to make changes to its offering to keep the centre up-to date and provide new customer experiences.

Numerous stores have been refurbished, expanded or relocated in recent years as the centre looks to expand and upgrade its mix of retailers, and there have been some major construction plans for further expansion into additional shopping villages, located on the western side of the complex.

Bluewater Shopping Centre

Road Network

The site is located on a plot of land which is bounded by the railway line and London Road, in the heart of the historic Greenhithe area. In close proximity to the small town sits the M25, an easy and direct route into the heart of London.

High Speed 1

The High Speed 1’s Ebbsfleet International Station is particularly close by with journeys into London taking only 19 minutes. In addition to excellent transport accessibility.

Rail Station

Greenhithe Life

Greenhithe is a village located in the Dartford Borough of Kent, with waterfront on the estuary of the river Thames. With the development of Watling Street (now the A2), tourism boomed during the Victorian times with the famous pier and manor. It has good transport links into London and its neighbouring towns including Gravesend, with further improvements to transport accessibility yet to come.

Main Reception Hall

  • High-ceiling reception hall with urban contemporary artwork
  • Specialist exposed concrete and plaster finishes
  • Stylish semi-industrial steel staircase
  • Customised designer lighting
  • Passenger lift

Entrance Halls

  • Engineered wide oak wood flooring
  • Recessed low voltage EH lighting
  • Video entry phone

Reception Rooms

  • Engineered wide oak flooring
  • Recessed low voltage EH lighting

Kitchens

  • Bespoke hand crafted designer kitchen
  • Polished white quartz work surfaces with matching splashback
  • A range of Siemens integrated stainless steel appliances including fan assisted oven and hob with extractor hood over.
  • Brushed chrome monobloc mixer taps
  • Engineered wide oak wood flooring

Bathrooms & En-Suite Bathrooms

  • Full length bath to both bathrooms
  • Clear glass and chrome shower screens
  • Duravit sanitary ware throughout
  • Hansgrohe taps, rain showers and hand showers as appropriate
  • Heated chrome towel rails
  • Low voltage EH lighting

General Specification

  • Fully interior designed throughout
  • Double-glazed, powder coated aluminum windows
  • Muted wall colours
  • Black powder coated FCB door furniture with magnetic locks
  • Brushed nickel or satin chrome switches and sockets
  • 10-year Building Zone Warranty Heating
  • Electric heating (energy efficient)
  • Under-floor heating to all rooms AV & Data
  • Television points to reception and bedrooms
  • Cable TV enabled
  • A number of exciting upgrade packages from our New Home Technology suppliers are available by separate arrangement to include Sonos multi-room audio distribution systems with flush ceiling mounted speaker systems (note: off-plan sales only)

Tenure

  • Leasehold – 999 years from September 2019

Ground Floor Plan (not to scale)

Typical Floor Plan - Level 7 (not to scale)

330 stores over two levels

Bluewater Shopping Centre is 17.8 miles south-east of London’s centre. The complex opened on 16th March 1999 in a former chalk quarry after three years of building, comprising of a handful of car parks accumulating over 13,000 parking spaces, with 330 stores over two levels; making it the fourth-largest shopping centre in the UK.

Bluewater Expansion

With further expansion and development in the shopping centre industry since Bluewater’s opening in 1999, perhaps most prominently the entry of the Westfield Shopping Centres into the market, Bluewater has looked to make changes to its offering to keep the centre up-to date and provide new customer experiences.

Numerous stores have been refurbished, expanded or relocated in recent years as the centre looks to expand and upgrade its mix of retailers, and there have been some major construction plans for further expansion into additional shopping villages, located on the western side of the complex.

Bluewater Shopping Centre

Road Network

The site is located on a plot of land which is bounded by the railway line and London Road, in the heart of the historic Greenhithe area. In close proximity to the small town sits the M25, an easy and direct route into the heart of London.

High Speed 1

The High Speed 1’s Ebbsfleet International Station is particularly close by with journeys into London taking only 19 minutes. In addition to excellent transport accessibility.

Rail Station

Greenhithe Life

Greenhithe is a village located in the Dartford Borough of Kent, with waterfront on the estuary of the river Thames. With the development of Watling Street (now the A2), tourism boomed during the Victorian times with the famous pier and manor. It has good transport links into London and its neighbouring towns including Gravesend, with further improvements to transport accessibility yet to come.

Public Exhibition

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Public Exhibition

Please download and view more information from our public exhibition.