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Greenwich pub at Enderby House to finally open?

Plans are in to install signage and lighting at a new Greenwich pub due to open some time ago.

Enderby House is a listed building beside new developments on the south west tip of Greenwich Peninsula. Young’s announced they would open a pub and submitted plans almost two years ago – and then hit trouble.

The building before renovation. Around 2015

Rot was discovered in places though they are now apparently at the final stages with applications in to install finishing touches. A totem pole will be located outside.

Many new builds surround the pub

Hopefully the current situation doesn’t lead to yet further hold ups.

5 Comments

  1. CDT

    It will be good news for the residents of Enderby Wharf as I do think there is much in the way of amenities on this development.

  2. Alan Prest

    Thanks for alerting us to this – the notices have now appeared on nearby lampposts. The signage application is almost identical to the withdrawn application 20/0233/L from February this year, with the only change visible on a quick view of the removal of an illuminated menu board.
    The lighting looks discreet and shouldn’t cause any local annoyance – but once again for this site the location plan doesn’t take include the Fiador & Distel Apartments building which practically abut the “main entrance” in Telegraph Avenue.
    I don’t know how long it will take them to complete the fitting out – ater a lot of activity earlier in the summer, the site has been quiet (except for the alarms which go off constantly!), there has been nobody on site for about a month.

    • Carol Deegan

      Hi every one working on pub was laid of work about a month ago so don’t thing it’s opening

  3. Graham

    I wish the new pub every success. There is not a lot of amenities on the Enderby Wharf development.

    So I am sure the new pub will be very much welcomed. It is also great to see a listed building that as stood empty for years coming back in to use

  4. Andrew

    People are back on site, and work is continuing now.

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