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Plans submitted for £770m Greenwich Peninsula scheme

22 Jun Developer U+I has filed its planning application for a £770m scheme at Morden Wharf on London’s Greenwich Peninsula.

The vision for Morden Wharf
The vision for Morden Wharf

Plans for the scheme include around 1,500 new homes and six acres of public realm, including a landscaped park along the River Thames.

There would be a cluster of 12 separate buildings in the riverside development, ranging from six storeys up to 37 storeys.

The plans, drawn up with Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), could also provide a new permanent boathouse for the Queen's Royal Rowbarge, Gloriana.

U+I acquired Morden Wharf, a 19-acre site on the southwestern end of the Greenwich Peninsula, in 2012. Close to what is now the O2 Arena, it was formerly the site of a large sweeteners refinery and is one of the few remaining significant London riverfronts left for regeneration.

"Our planning submission at Morden Wharf is another key milestone for U+I as we prime our pipeline for growth, said chief development officer Richard Upton. “This riverfront scheme will deliver a distinctive, green, mixed-use neighbourhood, while driving growth and employment and delivering much-needed new homes to the area."

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