Work to begin on new Greenwich Millennium Village homes, cafe and nursery

Work is set to soon commence on nearly 250 more homes, a nursery and cafe at Greenwich Millennium Village.

Plots 202 and 203 will begin Q3 2021 – a whopping 22 years after the original 1999 agreement covering all five phases was agreed to build new homes. Plot 202 and 203 are in Phase 3.

Another resounding success of awarding large plots to a single developer.

It’s been 10 years since a further outline agreement.

Area surrounded to south by dual carriageways

Plots 202 and 203 comprise:

  • Plot 202 – 122 residential dwellings, 152 sq.m GEA Class A3 café and 500 sq.m Class D1
  • Plot 203 – 119 residential dwellings and 750 sq.m GEA Class D2 community centre and
    management facility

Work on plots Plots 301 and 201 are due to complete by June 2022 and August 2022.

Plot 301 render. The tower element is now complete.

Construction of plots 202 and 203 is due to complete by October 2023.

The overall masterplan still exists in somewhat of a vacuum and tends to ignore the proximity of retail parks in Charlton located just a short walk away on Bugsby’s Way, and thus no money has been invested to improve links.

Cars approach at speed from right. No zebra or signalised crossing in place for residents from 1,800 GMV homes heading to Charlton shops

Construction plans for future GMV plots can be seen here.


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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.

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