Greenhithe (population 4,700) is a town in the Borough of Dartford in Kent, England. It is located east of Dartford, in the civil parish of Swanscombe as well as Greenhithe. Greenhithe's economic situation no longer depends on river trade, this having actually been changed by the M25 motorway, the new Broadband 1 Ebbsfleet International station and also the Bluewater complicated. The whole location is being redeveloped as part of the Thames Gateway regrowth. Its proponent councils and also federal government enrollers thus aim to attract more wealth as well as revenue generation, especially via the interaction with the substantial shopping center. This is shown in boosted home valuations, and also a little higher investing than in 20th century overspill estates which had a tendency to line the tidewater. Its high street is much less significant a destination than Bluewater, which is supplemented by a supermarket in the town. Greenhithe railway station apart, there is little in the area apart from housing. The Thames Gateway project has seen expansion of residential areas of the town such as Ingress Park and also Waterstone Park, as well as of commercial as well as organisation estates that almost entirely border the former large district.