Consultation will be held on 21st June from 3-7pm & 23rd June from 10am-2pm at the Novotel hotel beside Greenwich station, which is itself to have a revamp soon with exterior cladding replaced.
The existing building is mid-rise so I’d expect something at least of similar height. Possibly even taller given the proximity of Greenwich Town Hall clock tower which may be used as a reason to go taller.
The former Town Hall and Borough Halls were recently covered by ex-councillor Mary Mills on 853.
Perhaps Community Infrastructure Levy income from this development could partly be used to renovate the building.
Former police station
You may note that date is before Mayor Sadiq Khan was elected and under Boris’ Mayoralty.
Not that Khan is even a very good Mayor, but London Tories’ current strategy against him is pretty hypocritical and conveniently forgets that most funding on policing, amongst most issues, comes from central Government.
A weak Mayor and a Government cutting funds in various areas whilst passing the buck. Wonderful.
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