Greenhithe (population 4,700) is a town in the Borough of Dartford in Kent, England. It is located east of Dartford, in the civil church of Swanscombe as well as Greenhithe. Greenhithe's economic climate no more depends upon river trade, this having actually been replaced by the M25 motorway, the new High Speed 1 Ebbsfleet International station as well as the Bluewater complicated. The whole location is being redeveloped as part of the Thames Gateway regeneration. Its proponent councils as well as federal government sponsors therefore intend to attract even more affluence and also revenue generation, especially with the communication with the substantial shopping complex. This is mirrored in enhanced home evaluations, as well as slightly greater costs than in 20th century overspill estates which often tended to line the tidewater. Its high street is much less considerable a location than Bluewater, which is supplemented by a grocery store in the village. Greenhithe railway station apart, there is little in the location in addition to real estate. The Thames Gateway project has actually seen expansion of property areas of the town such as Ingress Park as well as Waterstone Park, along with of industrial as well as organisation estates that virtually entirely border the previous big district.