Posted on30th August 2017by
Ebbsfleet Development Corporation has announced it is to invest £45million to improve the A2 and guarantee delivery of the vital project for North Kent.
Posted on9th August 2017by
A new road opening up access to more of Kent Medical Campus has been officially opened by the Mayor of Maidstone, Cllr Malcolm Greer.
Posted on2nd August 2017by
Patient care in Maidstone has been given a boost after plans for a 75-bed care home with facilities to provide step-down care for patients well enough to leave hospital but not ready to return home were given the green light by Maidstone Borough Council.
Posted on19th July 2017by
The Government is being called upon to back a bid to improve the local road network at Junction 7 of the M20 in Maidstone in order to reduce traffic congestion and speed up the creation of new jobs at Kent Medical Campus.
Posted on25th May 2017by
Ebbsfleet Development Corporation has received outline planning permission for a 231,000 sq ft commercial scheme to support the Garden City development.
Posted on17th May 2017by
Proposals for a 75-bed care home with facilities to provide step-down care for patients well enough to leave hospital but not yet ready to return home, have been submitted to Maidstone Borough Council.
Posted on10th May 2017by
Lower Thames Crossing announcement is good news for the North Kent Enterprise Zone, giving long term confidence about its excellent connectivity to regional, national and international markets.
Posted on1st April 2017by
The North Kent Enterprise Zone opens for business - one of 12 new Enterprise Zones coming into being on 1 April 2017
Posted on21st February 2017by
Work has got under way on a 65 bed hospital at Kent Medical Campus in Maidstone, following the completion of a new £1.5m access road.
Posted on16th February 2017by
The team behind Kent Medical Campus in Maidstone has called on the Government to back the county, arguing it will play an important part in delivering a globally important medical and healthcare tech-corridor stretching all the way from Kent to Cambridge, and support the development of a brain belt around London.