Greenwich development gets off the ground

A long-delayed phase of Greenwich peninsula is now rising above ground with 431 homes on the way.

The plot went through revisions before homes were boosted from 281 to 431 in 2021.

Plot 19.05 now underway

Prior to that change, an earlier proposal for Plot 19.05 was approved in 2017.

That increase mirrors an ever growing number planned across the peninsula with developer Knight Dragon have recently secured outline approval for.

Previous plan for Plot 19.05

If you zoom into the image you can see example cladding beside a large hole in the ground.

That site recently saw approval for a number of towers.

Façade panels

Like plot 19.05 little happened for years. Towers were first approved back in 2014. Finally nine years later it was revised before seeing approval again in December 2023.

Knight Dragon now state they will embark on building. While some activity has been noted until a concrete core is rising best not to expect too much.

Tower on right approved December 2023

As recently covered another site nearby continues to rise. L&Q are behind this one.

Much like the proceeding two plots, it was approved some years ago, nothing happened then finally a revision was made.

Tower rising

A total of 472 homes are included in a number of buildings, with the tallest topping out at around 30 floors in height.

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    • Good to see construction starting again after years of nothing happening on this sites. Another 431 homes to be built with many more new homes to follow on the Greenwich Peninsula. I wonder how much will be provided by the developer to Greenwich Council to improve public realm and infrastructure. As both need to be improved in the area.


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