Consultation is to commence on plans to redevelop the famous Greenwich town hall also known as the Meridian building.
Plans include 75-85 new homes.
The former Greenwich town hall has seen numerous usage since Woolwich town hall became the main borough administrative centre following the merging of Woolwich and Greenwich borough councils.
Coventry University occupied part of the site until 2019 though the tower was never open to the public – until now.
Well perhaps, as the consultation states owner Riverlow are looking into providing access.
They are also proposing residential usage within the Grade II listed structure.
The listed nature of the building means any external alterations are unlikely.
The structure is a masterclass of interwar Modernism. Effortlessly graceful while having a reassuringly solid presence, it occupies a position as one of the finest pieces of civic architecture in London and the UK.
A consultation event will be hold on 9th November from 2pm to 8pm in the building.
They also state:
We are also planning to hold a community webinar on Tuesday 16th November for those who cannot attend the public exhibition. To express an interest in attending our webinar please Email Michael Stanworth at Michael.Stanworth@