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.



Rejected

The site is still likely to become housing in future given the town’s masterplan. Greenwich Council plan housing themselves at an adjacent site:

Greenwich Council plan on Orangery Lane

I covered those plans here.

Masterplan (click to enlarge)

Eltham’s masterplan is approaching nine years old and is likely to be rewritten in coming years.

On the market

If I had to guess on future developments, increasing density at a long row of single storey building is possible.

Single storey shops with taller blocks to rear

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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John Smith

I've lived in south east London most of my life growing up in Greenwich borough and working in the area for many years. The site has contributors on occasion and we cover many different topics. Living and working in the area offers an insight into what is happening locally.

One thought on “Eltham development site for sale after housing plans rejected

  • December 18, 2020 at 7:19 pm
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    With such a huge demand for housing in the Borough. It is a shame that after two planning applications were submitted planning permission has been rejected. Other than housing I cannot see what else the site can be used for.

    However, i do like mixed use developments with retail or commercial space at ground level.

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