New plans for housing on the Enderby Wharf site in Greenwich are set to be revealed next week.
Developer Criterion Capital will unveil plans for the site that once included contentious proposals for a cruise liner terminal.
That idea has now been dropped, and a public consultation at Rothbury Hall will unveil latest designs eight years after 477 homes were approved.
Rothbury Hall itself sits next to a future development site on Blackwall Lane. An MOT centre has been demolished on site yet construction work is yet to begin.
Architects behind the new Enderby Wharf scheme are Buckley Gray Yeoman.
With Greenwich now looking to revise Community Infrastructure Levy rates this site could now well bring in a sizeable amount for local services and infrastructure.
Unless it’s student accommodation, as they don’t seem keen on increasing those rates despite many other boroughs have higher rates including those just over the Thames in Newham and Tower Hamlets.
To view new plans you can visit Rothbury Hall on Monday 9th October between 4pm-8pm.
They will also have a Zoom session on Saturday 14th October from 10am. That can be viewed by clicking HERE.