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Greenwich Peninsula development website at www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk

Greenwich Peninsula development website at www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk

9. October 2014
Advertisement for Greenwich Peninsula at Homes & Property, Evening Standard, 12. November 2014

Advertisement for Greenwich Peninsula at Homes & Property, Evening Standard, 12. November 2014

12. November 2014

Greenwich Peninsula

Address:
6 Peninsula Square, London SE10 0AX
Type:
Mixed use
Flats:
10000
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Description of Greenwich Peninsula

Greenwich Peninsula is a mixed use development area comprising 10,000 new homes and a major new commercial district along 1.6 miles of Thames river frontage in Greenwich, London SE10.

The Peninsula is split into 5 unique districts: Meridian Quays, Upper Riverside, Lower Riverside, Parkside and Brickfields.

Greenwich Peninsula is London’s largest single regeneration project. The £8.4 billion transformation of the Peninsula will provide 15,720 new homes in seven new neighbourhoods.

Phases

The Lighterman is a 24-storey tower, arranged around a shared courtyard. The tower will include 102 new apartments, comprised of studio apartments as well as one, two and three-bed apartments and a stunning penthouse. Designed by Conran + Partners.

Cable and Roper Buildings - the 10-storey and 9-storey buildings will include studio, one, two and three-bed apartments as well as two penthouses. All have access to a private courtyard garden. Designed by Jestico + Whiles.

Greenwich peninsula is just one tube stop from Canary Wharf.

For more information please visit www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk.

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News & Comments: (9)

Buildington
2017/05/19 11:14

A number of 1 and 2 bedroom Shared Ownership apartments in The Waterman have been released and are available to view, reports L&Q.

For more information please visit lqpricedin.co.uk/properties/greenwichpeninsula

Buildington
2017/04/01 09:13

Mace and Knight Dragon celebrated the topping out of the first first phase of Upper Riverside at Greenwich Peninsula last week.

Mace was appointed by Knight Dragon in 2015 to deliver two residential towers of 22 and 23 storeys, offering a total of 464 apartments. The buildings will have outdoor terraces and rooftop garden space, swimming pool and gym. The £150 million scheme is set to complete in 2018. The buildings include 42 apartments created by leading designer Tom Dixon. At the height of activity, there will be 1,700 workers on site.

The project has employed extensive prefabrication techniques in the solutions for the building façade, services and bathroom pods. The project’s concrete is supplied by a local concrete manufacturer and the site team has a strong relationship with local schools, residents and the O2 arena.

Bob Coe, Mace Project Director, commented: “The topping out of a project is a significant milestone and we're delighted that for our first venture with Knight Dragon on the Peninsula we are able to celebrate this achievement. It's also pleasing to reach this milestone ahead of programme and I'd like to thank all those who have contributed to successfully reaching this point in the project. In particular our thanks go to A J Morrisroe who have built this frame for us so quickly and safely. Clearly without their outstanding effort, today would not be possible. Today's achievement enables us to look forward positively to the successful completion of the project next year.”

Neil McGinty, Director of Knight Dragon's Project Delivery, added: “The topping out of the first phase of Upper Riverside is testament to what we can do when we work collaboratively and our goals are aligned. Mace, AJ Morrisroe and the numerous consultants and contractors who support them embody this ethic and have shown that they are at the vanguard of delivering fantastic projects. We thank them for their enormous effort and outstanding quality and are looking forward to seeing our buildings take shape over the coming eighteen months.”

Macegroup.com

Buildington
2017/02/27 16:05

Ardmore has handed the first 100 units at its' latest scheme in the Greenwich Peninsula to client Knight Dragon.

The handovers started in December 2016, as the team at Plot M0103 (also known as The Lighterman) handed over the three low-rise blocks.

This latest completion leaves just 123 to complete on the scheme, all of which sit within a 23-storey tower due for completion in Q3 2017.

As one of the lead contractors on the landmark regeneration project, Ardmore has maintained a continual presence on the Peninsula since 2011, when we were appointed on the very first plot for Bellway Homes.

Ardmore has gone on to deliver a further two plots for Bellway and ZenProp.

Source: Ardmore ardmoregroup.co.uk 27.02.2017

Buildington
2017/01/20 09:10

The first phase of The Lighterman, designed by Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher on behalf of Knight Dragon, has now been completed.

Phase 1 comprises three low-rise buildings with 29 shared ownership apartments and 71 affordable units.

Work continues on the tower element with work now progressing internally as well as externally. The entire project is due to be completed in June 2017.

Source: Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher cjctstudios.com

Buildington
2016/11/10 12:44

Prices at Greenwich Peninsula currently start at £540,000!

Via advert in Homes & Property, Evening Standard 09.11.2016.

Buildington
2016/01/30 08:55

Launching 3rd March 2016, prices from £450,000. More info at Greenwichpeninsula.co.uk.

Buildington
2015/05/06 10:31

Wates Construction has been appointed to deliver the £76m apartment scheme at Greenwich Peninsula on behalf of Knight Dragon.

The building, designed by architects Pilbrow & Partners, will comprise a 32-storey tower with a seven-storey podium at its base containing 269 private and affordable social apartments. It is due for completion in spring 2017.

Located on plot 104, the new apartments form part of phase two of a major programme of works to deliver 10,000 new residential units on the Greenwich Peninsula – one of the largest regeneration schemes in Europe.

The appointment sees Wates build on its role in the ambitious development, which currently includes plots 114 and 115 - 201 and 144 apartments respectively. Wates also reached completion of the Greenwich Peninsula marketing hub in September 2014.

Mark Tant, Managing Director, Wates Construction, London Residential, commented: “We’re pleased to announce our appointment to this latest stage of construction work on the Greenwich Peninsula and our continued partnership with developer, Knight Dragon. This contract marks another milestone reached in this ambitious regeneration scheme and demonstrates our ability to deliver large-scale high-rise residential projects that add to the changing landscape of the capital.”

Richard Margree, Chief Executive of Knight Dragon, added: “This is a vital site for London to provide homes for people who want to live and work in the capital. Knight Dragon has invested £500m so far and is committed to delivering a vibrant and viable development. We already have 1,300 homes under construction, with 500 to be completed in the next few months.”

Buildington
2015/02/21 20:38

The Waterman, 30-storey double tower, launches today!

Buildington
2014/11/05 19:40

Greenwich Peninsula - The Next Chapter

Launching on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th November 2014. Prices from £250,000-£1,85m.

Register your interest at www.greenwichpeninsula.co.uk

Via Homes & Property, Evening Standard, 5. November 2014

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