Eltham development site for sale after housing plans rejected
A plot of land off Eltham High Street at Orangery Lane is for sale after two plans for housing were rejected.
The current land owners are asking £2.8 million for the plot.
The site is still likely to become housing in future given the town’s masterplan. Greenwich Council plan housing themselves at an adjacent site:
I covered those plans here.
Eltham’s masterplan is approaching nine years old and is likely to be rewritten in coming years.
If I had to guess on future developments, increasing density at a long row of single storey building is possible.
Lidl may well become a mixed use development in years to come, though after the company announced a move into constructing mixed-use sites little has happened. If they do, a new shop and flats above a car park would be likely.
The car park to the rear of Marks & Spencer will remain in the 2012 masterplan.
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