Greenwich New Haddo estate: Cladding removal now required

Yet another Greenwich development will see cladding removed.

Just about every development built over the past 10-15 years has required measures, with New Haddo Estate being the latest.

According to a planning application it “comprises various multipurpose residential blocks, with some commercial units built around 2007-10.

Blocks range in height from 7 and 13 stories (between 22 to over 30m in height) for Tarves Way and Norman Road”.

That ensures government support is possible after a recent announcement of support for buildings over 18 metres. It it was slightly shorter it would not be eligible.

While that is a relief to residents, having months of scaffolding will not be.

Click here to view plans.

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