Greenwich pub conversion to housing proposed

Plans have been submitted to convert the Royal Standard pub in Greenwich into housing.

The pub building at 67 Pelton Road was a fixture of Greenwich for many years, with a number of historic photos here.

It shut around 2019-2020 if memory serves. Earlier this year it was being marketed at £50,ooo a year rent.


Applicants seek to convert the pub and upstairs areas into seven flats including a rear extension.

The Heritage Statement states: “The Site is located within the East Greenwich Conservation Area, but is not identified as a positive contributor to the Conservation Area.

The existing building is not statutory listed but is on LBG’s Local Heritage List as an early Victorian pub”.

The planning application can be viewed here.


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4 thoughts on “Greenwich pub conversion to housing proposed

  • I presume the plastic reindeer are no longer on the roof and aren included in thix??

  • Eugh – losing another pub building to sad boxes.

    If it’s not viable for a drinks business then the lease should be cheaper, it’s clearly possible to have a success pub in the area – look at how busy the Cutty Sark & Pelton are. I though a nice wine bar would do well in that spot.

    7 flats is way too many for that space too.

  • Sad to see these pubs going one by one.


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