greenwich peninsula, london
Greenwich Peninsula is one of the largest regeneration projects in London. Situated in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and across the river Thames from Canary Wharf, the site affords one of the largest opportunities within London to provide new housing, delivering up to 15,000 homes through high density development.
2008 Housing Design Award
The Cable & Roper Residencies comprise a £37 million cluster of five buildings, ranging in height from 2 to 11 storeys providing 207 quality residential dwellings, with car parking, located on the Greenwich Peninsula, London.
The Moore residences comprises 144 homes and provides a mix of private, shared ownership and social rent tenures, located on the Greenwich Peninsula, London.
The Fulmar building, is a mixed-tenure residential development and comprises 139 residential units over 3 blocks, with a mixture of private, shared ownership (intermediate) and social rented homes. The development also includes 218m2 of commercial space, private and communal amenity space, car parking and cycle parking & public realm, located on the Greenwich Peninsula, London.
The Norton residencies comprises a mix of 161 apartments including 67 private & 94 affordable tenures. The development is located on the Greenwich Peninsula, London and each apartment enjoys views of the surrounding gardens or River Thames.