Archive of major development & planning issues in East Greenwich

Planning Approved
Telegraph Works
Alcatel-Lucent / Cathedral
 
 

Outline planning consent was granted in April 2014 for the redevelopment of the Alcatel site at Christchurch Way in East Greenwich. The development is a joint venture between Alcatel-Lucent and the Cathedral Group to refurbish the Alcatel-Lucent factory and provide housing.

 

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Outline Planning Approval
IKEA
Planning Approved
Enderby Riverside
Inc. London City Cruise Port

Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing is working with West Properties to deliver a cruise terminal and a 250 room hotel on the riverside at Enderby Wharf. The development also includes commercial space and the restoration of  Enderby House, a grade II listed building built in the 1930s and until recently occupied by Alcatel.  

 

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Planning Approved
River Gardens / Lovell's Wharf
London and Regional

Despite an avalanche of criticism from the community and its representatives in opposition to plans for a new 33,000 square metres IKEA store in East Greenwich, the Council granted outline permission at its Planning Board meeting in March 2014.

 

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River Gardens is located on the Greenwich riverfront on the south-west part of the Greenwich Peninsular bordering the East Greenwich conservation area at Pelton Road, Ballast Quay, Banning Street and Christchurch Way. The development occupies the industrial site formerly known as Lovell’s Wharf and is spread across 14 blocks ranging in height from 3 to 10 storeys on a 12 acre site.

 

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Planning Approved
Greenwich Square
Hadley Mace
 
Planning Approved
Enderby Wharf Residential
Barratt London

Formerly known as the Heart of East Greenwich, this development is on the site of the old Greenwich District Hospital at the junction of Woolwich Road, Blackwall Lane and Vanbrugh Hill. According to local historians the land was used by market gardeners 200 years ago to grow fruit and veg and was known as “Catts Brains”. There has also been a workhouse and an infirmary at the location.

 

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Planning Approved
The Peltons
KiteWood Estates

Barratt London in a joint venture with Morgan Stanley are developing this 8.9 acre site. The land has 130m of river frontage and a rich industrial history. The gross development value is estimated at £275m. However the development is divided into two projects one residential and one commercial.

 

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Silvertown Tunnel - Outline Proposals and Consultation
 
 

The Peltons is a development comprising of three parts, Pelton Apartments, Pelton Place, and Pelton Terrace located on Blackwell Lane and Commerell Street. The overall site is 0.65 hectares. The residential development includes a mix of flats and houses and both privately owned and affordable homes. The scheme also includes provision for mix commercial use. 

 

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The Peltons is a development comprising of three parts, Pelton Apartments, Pelton Place, and Pelton Terrace located on Blackwell Lane and Commerell Street. The overall site is 0.65 hectares. The residential development includes a mix of flats and houses and both privately owned and affordable homes. The scheme also includes provision for mix commercial use. 

 

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The proposed Silvertown Tunnel will double the capacity for motor vehicles to cross the river from the Peninsula.  New tunnels will take traffic to Silvertown on the north bank.  Transport for London (TfL) leads the project and has so far held two public pre-consultations.  The official statutory consultation is planned for summer 2015.

 

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