Enderby House pub in Greenwich finally set to open

After years of delay it finally appears that the new Enderby House pub in Greenwich is almost ready to open.

Fit-out appears almost complete and signage has been installed at the listed building – which has seen a modern extension constructed alongside. Young’s will operate the pub, as they do the Cutty Sark pub not too far along the Thames path. This will be their fourth in Greenwich alone including Richard I and the Old Brewery.

Courtesy Alan Prest

It’s coming up to three years since I first covered plans for Young’s to operate the pub, and in early 2018 a summer opening was planned – which never materialised.

In early 2020 no opening was still in sight, and an application was made a year ago for essential work including “timber decay/dry rot eradication works including removal of windows, application of fungicidal treatment and reinstatement of windows.”

The building before renovation. Around 2015

It’s not been an easy ride, but when we all return to something approaching normality there’ll be a new place to sit, eat and drink beside the Thames and watch the world go by.

History of the site

Enderby House was home to the Enderby family involved in rope, twine and canvas manufacturing, as well as sponsoring whaling expeditions, and built in the 1830s. It’s now Grade II listed. A comprehensive history of the site can be seen here.

The signage of the sited is perhaps not the best reference of its history, looking a bit like the piping under my sink.

The interior appears to be the usual Young’s template seen in pubs regardless of age or location. All a bit corporate.

This even extends to the new additional extension as seen below beside the listed building:

New extension

There’ll be no shortage of custom with Enderby Wharf homes alongside the pub, with plans for a tower to the north and then Morden Wharf just north of that.

New builds surround the pub

Many thousands of residents will eventually join the thousands who now live in the immediate area.

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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.

4 thoughts on “Enderby House pub in Greenwich finally set to open

  • January 30, 2021 at 3:19 pm
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    Looks good! I believe Youngs also own the Coach and Horses now as well.

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  • January 31, 2021 at 7:44 pm
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    That’s correct Pete.

    The new Youngs Pub Enderby House will be a great meeting place for local residents on the new developments here as amenities are scarce so will be very much welcomed.

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  • February 1, 2021 at 5:21 pm
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    Can`t wait to enjoy the hospitality that this historic venue promises after many years of preparation!!

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