Kidbrooke Village: Detailed plans of next plots submitted

Future developments at Kidbrooke Village have seen detailed planning applications submitted recently to Greenwich Council.

While work is well underway on three blocks to the north of the site near Kidbrooke station alongside others to the south of Peglar Square, a further two sites somewhat out of the way of those major areas of activity are underway.

One is Block J as seen in the map below as Phase 5.

Phase 5 plot now underway

This has been surrounded by completed blocks for some years now. Only now is it being built. Here’s how it will appear as it tapers from low rise housing up to mid-rise.

 

Further to the west are terraced homes near Moorhead Way. This site has had outline permission for a whopping 13 years before Berkeley Homes submitted detailed plans.

Overall the Kidbrooke Village site – which replaced Ferrier estate – is to see 5,300 homes after an uplift of 500 was approved in recent years.

TfL development is quickly rising

TfL are part of joint venture building 619 homes in a separate development beside Kidbrooke station while Greenwich Council plan around 500 homes nearby on the former Thomas Tallis school site on two adjacent plots.

Greenwich Council plans

In total Kidbroke will see over 7,500 homes when Kidbrooke Village, Kidbrooke Square (TfL’s project) and Greenwich Builds projects are complete. Other sites remain such as the plot on Moorhead Way not owned by Berkeley Homes.

 

 

 

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One thought on “Kidbrooke Village: Detailed plans of next plots submitted

  • February 26, 2022 at 10:10 pm
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    How many will be truly affordable to rent. i.e.Set at the local housing allowance for the Borough.

    So many private properties available to rent remain out of reach for many prospective tenants as the rents are set way above the local housing allowance so are just unaffordable.

    The new social housing to be built on the site of the old Thomas Tallis School on Kidbrooke Park Road will be welcmed as the housing waiting list continues to grow.

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