A CGI of the proposed building designed by bptw partnership viewed from Royal Victoria Gardens.

A CGI of the proposed building designed by bptw partnership viewed from Royal Victoria Gardens.

15.07.2013 woolwichreach.co.uk

Woolwich Reach

2 Pier Road, London E16 2JJ
Royal Docks
Local Authority:
Mixed use

Description of Woolwich Reach

Woolwich Reach is a mixed-use development by Notting Hill Genesis overlooking River Thames next to Royal Victoria Gardens in London E16.

75 new homes and business space together with improved access to Royal Victoria Gardens and the Thames Path. The project includes large communal spaces featuring a landscaped podium deck with car parking underneath and a new offsite public viewing platform with views over the river.

New Homes
28 London Living Rent homes, 47 Shared Ownership units and commercial space overlooking the River Thames and next to Royal Victoria Gardens.

1, 2 and 3-bed homes will be provided in a mix across all floors.

Sprinklers will be installed throughout the building.

Commercial space will be provided on the ground floor.

Cycle storage is provided.

Located on the derelict site of a former pub.


The site used to be home to the former Pavillion pub and sits opposite the former North Woolwich station.

2018 April - Newham Council grants planning permission for the scheme. Higgins Construction starts work with a £21 million contract.
2014 December - Notting Hill Housing Group acquires the site.
2003 - The site becomes vacant.

1. Newham Council planning application 17/04003/FUL www.newham.gov.uk

Connected Companies

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The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
King George V DLR Station
North Woolwich Ferry - 1 min. walking / 13 metres
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