Aug 2011 21

A commenter on the North Greenwich peninsular article that I wrote introduced me to a new development on the peninsular. One that will, like the cable car, be completed in time for the London 2012 Olympics. As with the cable car, this is not tied to the Olympics delivery so there is no guarantee it will be done on before 2012.

So what is the Enderby Warf project? It is the construction of an International cruise Liner port. There will also be residential and business buildings including a 251 room luxury hotel. The new homes include 770 luxury townhouses and apartments. These are new appartments on top of the plans for the rest of the greenwich peninsular.

As you can see from the picture below it is in the lower east region of the peninsular.

Further more you can see on the map we showed on the Greenwich Peninsular article that this area is more or less not included in the developments so it is good to see there will be regeneration here aswell.

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Here is a more closeup view of where this development will take place. The motorway you see on the top right is the Blackwall tunnel approach. The building in the top right is Holiday in with the very popular Peninsular Chinese restaurant.

 

Here are the residential plans of the project with various views. As explained earlier it would haveĀ 770 luxury townhouses and apartments.

 

 

aThe buildings have a town house look to them where the ground level area has a light white shade whilst above a warm brick colour.

This pier will not only serve as a new crusiseliner stop but also a river stop for services like thames clippers. Currently the Greenwich Pier near cutty sark is also developing a new pier.

here are some renders of how it will all look

2 Comments

  1. Jailbreak says:

    Very interesting information!Perfect just what I was looking for!

  2. Oscar says:

    I love Otago, too, Wen: pretty much all of it, like you. But the plinnsuear is an absolutely stunning place: I love the wild south on one side and all the sheltered, sunny, rocky little bays on the other. And the sea walls. I just love the sea walls!

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