Dartford Council seeks potential partners for Acacia Estate’s future
Last Updated: 22 Nov 2021 3:39pm
Dartford Borough Council is looking to engage with businesses and other organisations who are interested in the next stage of the Acacia Estate’s future.
The move marks the final stage of a multi-million pound project, which has breathed new life into the historic site, Central Park and surrounding areas.
Following the work, Acacia Estate now boasts five buildings, including a Victorian mansion house, a sports hall and a former coach house, all in the heart of the town centre and beside the beautiful Central Park.
Now it is looking for expressions of interest from any interested organisations who could use the existing buildings for new commercial and community ventures.
The Council believes the buildings on site could be leased for a range of uses, including hospitality, entertainment, retail, office space, sports, culture and leisure.
Potential partners are being offered the opportunity to demonstrate their interest in Acacia, either as a whole, or individual properties on the estate, by viewing a prospectus put together by the Council and responding to a brief survey.
Leader of the Council Jeremy Kite, MBE, said: “After a multi-million pound regeneration, Acacia now needs businesses, activities and people to take advantage of its amazing location and opportunities.
“We’re looking for those who relish the opportunity to work in one of the fastest growing economies in England and an area that benefits from great transport links and beautiful scenic views, all within the cultural heart of our town.”
Anyone interested in seeing what the Acacia Estate has to offer should email firstname.lastname@example.org.