Latest look at TfL’s Kidbrooke housing development

A brief post now after a quick stop at Kidbrooke station to see the latest with Transport for London’s housing development.

Eventually 619 homes will be built here by TfL and Notting Hill Genesis as part of the Kidbrooke Station Square development.

Tower beside station

A bus interchange is opening located near the station exit and the red tiled cube-like structure.

Apologies fore the poor quality of these photos but the phone’s lens cracked about an hour before.

Beside Kent-bound platform

This is just one site TfL are looking to build upon with aspirations for 20,000 homes. However rail services here are not operated by TfL but Southeastern, and have seen cuts after orders from government.

Bus routes 335 to North Greenwich and the 178 to Woolwich and Lewisham will stop beside the platform when work completes.

Kidbrooke Exchange plan

There’s still more blocks to commence on the overall site, though much is now approaching completion.

View from station footbridge

This is just one of many development plots underway in Kidbrooke, with thousands more homes coming to the area in coming years.


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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 “Latest look at TfL’s Kidbrooke housing development

  • It look pretty full up already. Not sure where they are planning to build the extra homes.

    • One block close to site entrance and junction leading to Aldi/school and another to east

  • What is that red cube structure supposed to be? Surely not a new station, considering how new the current one is?


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