Bars and restaurants part of £75 million Dartford development

19/10/2017 - 08:33
Dartford Borough Council has revealed plans for its £75 million regeneration of the Westgate area of the town.

The plans include the building of several restaurants and bars along with a six-screen cinema and 107-room hotel.

The project also involves a new public square, additional town centre parking and 140 homes.

Jeremy Kite, leader of Dartford Borough Council, said: “Accompanied by a series of bars and restaurants, the six-screen cinema included in the project will create a family-friendly day and night attraction.”

“The scheme will provide Dartford with new facilities that meet the regeneration needs of long-term residents as well as those who are new to the town.

The council has appointed urban regeneration specialist, Muse Developments, as the developer.

Muse Developments is looking to submit a planning application in Summer 2018 and to start on site by Spring 2019.

John Robinson from Muse Developments, said: “It is an honour to have been chosen by Dartford Borough Council to lead on a project which will have such a positive impact on the town.

“The site is very well-connected, being close to both the high street and train station, making it the ideal location for a lively and vibrant new community and cultural quarter.”

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