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A development by London Square.

A development by London Square.

September 2019

London Square Greenwich

31 Royal Hill, London SE10 8RR
Mixed use

Description of London Square Greenwich

Former Greenwich Police Station redevelopment in Greenwich, London SE10.

The scheme will replace the former mid-20th-century Police Station with a new building designed by Formation Architects. The new building will be predominantly residential in use, with a community facility at ground floor level.

Private outdoor amenity with dedicated play-space, as well as upgrades to the public realm along the edges of the site.

The development is located close to the historic heart of Greenwich, opposite the Grade II Listed former Greenwich Town Hall.

Transport: 300m from Greenwich station (mainline, DLR).


2019 April - Planning application submitted for: Construction of part 4, part 5 and part 6 storey building, comprising 59 dwellings (Use Class C3) and 140 sqm. of non-residential floorspace (Use Class D1 / D2) with associated hard and soft landscaping, communal amenity space and play space, modified vehicular access, cycle parking, disabled car parking, refuse storage, following demolition of the Former Greenwich Police Station and annexe (Use Class Sui Generis) Greenwich Council ref. no. 19/1409/F.

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News: (1)

Greenwich Council is planning to grant permission for London Square's redevelopment of the former Greenwich Police Station on Tuesday 1st October 2019.

The scheme will create 59 new apartments above a community facility at ground floor level.

Greenwich Council ref. no. 19/1409/F

30/09/2019 17:20 by Buildington

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