Greenwich’s Enderby House pub still not ready to open

You may have wondered why a planned new pub by the Thames in Greenwich at Enderby House has taken so long to open since plans were first mooted almost two years ago – when a summer 2018 opening was the aim.

Well, an application this week may give a clue, as it states a need for “timber decay/dry rot eradication works including removal of windows, application of fungicidal treatment and reinstatement of windows.”

Enderby House is a grade II listed building dating from around 1835. The pub’s operation is to be taken on by Young’s who already run the Cutty Sark, Richard I and the Old Brewery which was purchased from Meantime.

Young’s have a license for the premises since October 2018. The pub would have been located beside a cruise liner terminal until plans were scrapped last year.

Click here to view details of the latest application highlighting current problems on site.

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4 thoughts on “Greenwich’s Enderby House pub still not ready to open

  • January 25, 2020 at 3:08 pm
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    Thanks Murky. We’ve been wondering what the hold up was.

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  • January 26, 2020 at 12:58 pm
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    I think the location of the Enderby House Pub would make an ideal location for a pub/restaurant or a pub that serves pub food all day. So you an enjoy a quiet drink and a bite to eat.

    The grade II listed building looks great in the photo. Once works completed it will be a very popular venue for Enderby Wharf residents.

    It is nice to see the building retained in amongst the new developments.

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  • August 1, 2020 at 11:38 pm
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    Nice to see the building kept and brought back to life. However, I cannot say its currently located in the most pleasant of places. The new apartment buildings lend a sterile air to the area, in stark contrast to the life of the river.

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