Another block of flats in Greenwich goes in for approval

Another block of flats in Greenwich goes in for approval

Yes, it’s another housing block in Greenwich.

This new one just in for planning is pretty modest and includes 20 flats on Greenwich High Road above commercial units. Linea Homes are the developers.

Earlier plan

Since first drafts of the design the building has reduced in height by one floor and seen roof gardens added along with solar panels.

Of 20 flats, seven are labelled affordable. It’ll help reach annual targets in the borough which will rise from 2,685 dwellings a year under the current London Plan up to 3,204. Of the 20 flats here, 35 per cent are labelled affordable.

Telford Homes development seen from DLR

The site is in front of part of Telford Homes’ new development when viewed from Greenwich High Road.

New homes viewed from Greenwich High Road

A number of developments are proposed or underway along Greenwich High Road  including a 63-flat block at the junction with Norman Road covered here.

North Pole pub on right

There are plans for homes on the former Magistrates’ Court site near Deptford Bridge DLR. Click here to read up on that.

Former school and court site

And click here to view these latest 20-flat plans on the council’s planning portal.


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One thought on “Another block of flats in Greenwich goes in for approval

  1. I like the design of this development and the added features of the roof garden and solar panels. I believe it will fit in well with other developments along Greenwich High Road.

    When the development is completed I also hope the commercial units will be let quickly as Greenwich is a thriving area for both residents and tourist visiting the attractions in nearby Greenwich Town Centre so will bea good place to set up and run a business.

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