Greenwich pub revamp and expansion set for approval

An application to expand and alter a Greenwich pub looks set to be approved next week.

Hardy’s Free house on Trafalgar Road would see an additional storey added plus rear extension and refurbishment of the building’s frontage.

Current pub appearance

Stained glass at street level looks set to be removed.

It’s also out with the green and in with red, with the new storey “clad in a rainbow red zinc, with arched motifs.”

Proposed changes

Red glazed tiles would be utilised as part of frontage alterations.

Perhaps ignore the name of the pub in these images submitted with the application. If you click through images within the application note it’s indicative.

Comparison with 1920s frontage

Then again it was known as the Bricklayers Arms in the 1920s so perhaps a rename is on the way.

The application is before Greenwich councillors next week with a recommendation for approval.


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    One thought on “Greenwich pub revamp and expansion set for approval

    • Yeah but why are they takin ahrt all the stained glass.


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