Sittingbourne and Great Easthall

The evolving town of Sittingbourne was a centre for artisanal crafts such as brickmaking, papermaking and barge building. Latterly, its location as the midpoint between the port of Dover and London has seen the town grow into a thriving and established community.

Today, Sittingbourne and its surrounds are undergoing an extensive programme of regeneration that will greatly enhance the town and bring with it a renewed sense of vibrancy and modernity.

Canterbury Cathedral

Conyer Quay

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Sittingbourne has excellent UK and international travel connections.

Heron Fields offers its residents easy access by car to the A2 and M2 motorway, connecting with London to the north and the port of Dover and the Channel Tunnel at Folkestone to the south. Sittingbourne National Rail Station is on the high-speed route to St Pancras via Ebbsfleet for Eurostar services to the continent. There are also regular services from Sittingbourne to London Victoria and Cannon Street Station in the City of London.

Car Iconby car

MAIDSTONE 23 mins
WHITSTABLE 33 mins
BLUEWATER 34 mins
ASHFORD INT 39 mins
GATWICK 57 mins

Train Iconby train

FAVERSHAM 9 mins
CANTERBURY 20 mins
EBBSFLEET INT 39 mins
LONDON ST. PANCRAS 58 mins
LONDON VICTORIA 70 mins

Source: Google Maps and National Rail Enquiries. Rail timings from Sittingbourne Station. All distances are approximate and journey times may vary due to travel conditions.

The Spirit of Sittingbourne

The regeneration of Sittingbourne will see wholesale improvements to its centre. A planned new modern public space linking the railway station to the High Street and the addition of an extensive leisure quarter will re-establish the heart of the town for both existing and new residents. The proposed eight-screen cinema, family restaurant district and new retail park will be complimented by improvements to road infrastructure and parking which will greatly benefit the local economy.

This new and improved Sittingbourne will provide the ideal counterbalance to the peaceful setting of Heron Fields at Great Easthall and the broader surroundings of the Kent countryside.

 

For more information about the regeneration of Sittingbourne visit: www.spiritofsittingbourne.com