Greenwich development with 30-floor tower now rising

Work on a development bringing 476 homes to Greenwich peninsula is now well underway.

L&Q are behind the project near St Mary Magdalene school at the junction of West Parkside and John Harrison Way.

Looking east along the former pilot busway

Two towers are interspersed with mid-rise blocks at the site close to Greenwich Millennium Village and Knight Dragon blocks.

There will be a total of seven buildings.

Render of completed development viewed from adjacent park

The plot was originally set to be developed by developer Knight Dragon whose masterplan sees more than 17,000 homes on the peninsula before L&Q took control.

Designs were then revised. The tallest block now under construction will top out at 30-floors with another at 22-storeys.

On the rise

Tenure mix is roughly one third private sale, one third shared-ownership and one third London Affordable Rent. The first residents are set to move in in 2026.

L&Q are also building nearly 300 homes at a college site in Plumstead situated between Plumstead railway station and Woolwich Elizabeth line station.




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