DARTFORD CAR PARK!
After years of uncertainty and frustration, Lowfield Street could finally be on the mend as councillors prepare to give the go ahead to proposals to transform the dilapidated road with apartments, houses, shops, and a cafe.
Residential developer Meyer Homes submitted its planning application for the Dartford site in December after holding public consultations last summer, having bought the land from Tesco in October 2015.
It goes before Dartford council’s development control board tomorrow night and is set to be approve, just a week after multimillion pound changes to other parts of the town centre were unveiled for the first time.
Last week it was revealed the council’s plans for more than five years of extensive development thanks to funding of £4.3 million and £7.7 million from another transport company.
Market Street, Hythe Street, and Lowfield Street are the sites identified as those with the biggest opportunities for change, with work on the latter aiming to begin this year if the application is successful tonight.
With the car park already closed down, it will affect our clients. Clients that stay for a long time service will have to park in the Priory Center and the Orchard car park to prevent getting a car parking ticket or fine.