Three new shops planned at Woolwich development

Plans are in to convert ground floor space into commercial units at a Woolwich estate redevelopment.

Morris Walk estate’s northern section was demolished with work underway on site to build 304 new homes.

Site of three commercial units

The southern element of the overall redevelopment has just commenced and covered yesterday.

As for what is coming, the application doesn’t reveal stating “the exact nature and tenants of the commercial units is currently unknown”.

What formerly stood on site

Space now proposed for commercial use was previously “residential ancillary” when the application was approved.

Developer Lovell won’t only be thinking of hundreds of new residents from this estate redevelopment but many future homes nearby as part of up to 8,000 across the Charlton Riverside masterplan area.

It could also be that one or more are used as a pharmacy or for some sort of public services. Thousands of new residents over the next decade will require them.

This latest plan can be viewed here.

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    One thought on “Three new shops planned at Woolwich development

    • The old Motris Walk Estate is a large development with mote homes bring built compared to the old Morris Walk Estate.
      So I am sure the residents would benefit from some new local shops as would residents of new developments near by.


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