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Screen capture of Greenwich Square website at Greenwichsquare-london.com.

Screen capture of Greenwich Square website at Greenwichsquare-london.com.

26. November 2013
The Greenwich Square development in April 2014.

The Greenwich Square development in April 2014.

April 5, 2014
The Greenwich Square development.

The Greenwich Square development.

April 5, 2014

Greenwich Square

Address:
100 Vanbrugh Hill, London SE10 9FT
Type:
Mixed use
Completion:
2016
Flats:
645
Viewed:
7299

Description of Greenwich Square

Greenwich Square is a new residential development at the former Greenwich District Hospital site in East Greenwich, London SW10.

The development provides 645 modern new homes - from 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments, 3 bedroom maisonettes and 4 bedroom townhouses. over half of them affordable.

Common areas:
- Communal bike storage (within Building 2 or 3)
- Secure ground floor entry with door entry call system
- Stone tiled lobby with ‘Reglit' glass feature wall
- Secure built-in contemporary letterbox
- Shared communal ground floor refuse room
- CCTV coverage of off-street basement car parking and communal bicycle storage rooms (via estate office)

The layout of Greenwich Square has been designed to create a 'community hub', with a new public square surrounded by cafes and restaurants as well as providing access to the new Greenwich Centre with its gymnasium, swimming pools, library and medical practice. The new homes will range from apartments and maisonettes with balconies, to family-focused terraced houses with landscaped gardens; all of which will be unveiled over a five year period in several phases.

Greenwich Square is delivered by Hadley Mace, a joint venture between Hadley Property Group, renowned for building high end developments, including the stunning Tower View development at London's St Katherine Docks, and Mace, the company behind The Shard as well as an investor in regeneration and property.

For up to date information and sales contacts please visit www.greenwichsquare-london.com

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Buildington
2015/07/16 09:10

First stage of Greenwich Square has been completed.

London’s Deputy Mayor for Housing and Land, Richard Blakeway, attended the celebrations with Hadley Mace (the joint venture between Mace and Hadley Property Group), at which he praised the excellent public facilities that will be a feature of the development.

The £225m regeneration of the former Greenwich District Hospital site is being developed in partnership with the Greater London Authority, Royal Borough of Greenwich, the NHS and L&Q housing association.

The site also includes a variety of health and leisure services at the Greenwich Centre, which provides a new community facility at the heart of the development.

Of the 645 new homes at Greenwich Square, this debut phase celebrates the completion of 95 private sale apartments with residents already starting to move in. Also included in the milestone is the completion of 88 shared ownership and 138 social rent apartments offered through L&Q. Upon completion of phase two, Greenwich Square will provide a total of 144 shared ownership units and 170 social rent apartments together making up almost 50% of the total residential offering.

In addition to the new homes, the development’s public square is also now complete with retailers such as Sainsbury’s already moved in. Further adding to the ‘village’ appeal of the development, other retailers confirmed include Day Lewis Pharmacy and The Curious Comb - an award winning salon currently based in nearby Blackheath.

Deputy Mayor for Housing and Land Richard Blakeway said: “It has taken years of hard work to help regenerate and transform Greenwich Square from unused GLA land to a much-needed housing development with excellent public facilities. We need to rapidly unlock more of the capital’s brownfield land opportunities that have capacity to yield half a million new homes over the next decade. That is why we’re delivering 20 new housing zones to bring forward enormous regeneration and infrastructure to boost supply, and produce the thousands of extra homes London desperately needs.”

David Grover, Director of Hadley Mace said: “The completion of this phase of the development is a significant achievement for Greenwich Square and we are well on track to deliver the remainder of the homes by 2017. Already we can see the change the development has brought to the local area. With many residents now moving in, the Greenwich Centre open for business and retail units open, there’s a strong sense of community and vibrancy that will only continue to build.”

Buildington
2014/06/27 15:40

Limited edition townhouses launching 28th of June 2014!

Prices starting from £775,000.

For more information please visit Greenwichsquare-london.com.

Source: Homes & Property, Evening Standard, June 25, 2014

Buildington
2014/03/27 11:39

Limited edition maisonettes available now! More information available at www.greenwichsquare-london.com.

Source: Homes & Property, Evening Standard, March 26 2014

Buildington
2013/12/17 11:29

On 12 December, Richard Blakeway, Deputy Mayor for Housing, Land and Property at the GLA, joined Hadley Mace to celebrate the ‘topping out’ ceremony at Greenwich Square. The event marked the first major construction milestone for the £225 million development, set to transform the former Greenwich District Hospital site by providing 645 new homes.

The ceremony celebrated the construction of the highest point of Block 1 which will provide 121 affordable apartments. The block will also house the ‘Greenwich Centre’, a brand new community facility for the local area that will provide a range of much needed services, including a gymnasium, two swimming pools, library, medical practice as well as flexible space for communal use.

In the centre of the development, a public square has been designed to create a ‘community hub’ which will be surrounded by cafes, shops, restaurants and other amenities. The new homes under this development will range from apartments and maisonettes with balconies, to family-focused terraced houses with landscaped gardens.

Richard Blakeway commented: “The GLA is committed to building more homes for hard working Londoners, setting aside £1 billion funding to support the delivery of 45,000 new homes every year. Greenwich Square is a great example of GLA brownfield land being used to build much needed housing of an excellent quality with fantastic public facilities to boost the local community.”

David Grover, the Chief Operating Officer from Mace Investments commented: “Greenwich Square’s ‘topping out’ ceremony marks a long-awaited investment into East Greenwich. This first construction milestone demonstrates the benefits of public-private consortium and brings regeneration to a significant but under-utilised area of London. I am delighted to see what has been achieved in just over seven months and I am confident that the team will continue to deliver over the next five years.”

Due to launch in March 2014, the affordable homes will be available through L&Q - one of the UK’s largest housing association - and will include 144 shared ownership and 170 social rent homes.

Source: Mace www.macegroup.com 13. December 2013

Buildington
2013/11/26 13:09

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