Demolition kicks-off Dartford regeneration

SEEDA is delivering the project under a framework agreement with Basepoint Developments Limited who will manage the three-storey building, which will provide exceptional working space and help to create sustainable business communities in the town.

Funded by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), the building will be constructed to the highest environmental standards meeting the BREEAM ‘Excellent’ criteria.

SEEDA will also be submitting a further planning application in the next few weeks for the remainder of the Unwins Site to create more employment space.

Nick Young, senior development executive with SEEDA said: ‘This is one of many exciting new projects in Dartford that will revitalize and open up the town centre, improve connections and create employment opportunities for the people that live and work here.’

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  1. Jonathan Price

    One of the problems in the Tories’ plan to disband the RDAs including SEEDA is that the agencies actually do some useful work. A good example is the long standing partnership between Basepoint and various RDAs including SEEDA. The construction and management of business centres, such as the one referred to in this article have been instrumental in creating the conditions for thousands of small businesses to flourish. The flexibility and convenience of a good business centre allows a small company to concentrate on its core business and significantly improves its chances of success. It would be a pity if this work came to an end.