Map of Developments on the Greenwich Peninsula
A work in progress...
This map is based on site outlines from planning applications made to the Royal Borough of Greenwich. It aims to plot key developments proposed for the wider Greenwich Peninsula.
Architects behind New York's High Line, DS+R, have designed Phase One of the Greenwich Peninsula's 5 km running track. Five elevated 'islands', connected by a sleek floating walkway, will form a route above a new plaza at Upper Riverside.
Greenwich Peninsula developer Knight Dragon plans to replace North Greenwich tube station with a landmark design by architect Santiago Calatrava.
Photos from the roof terrace of the newly completed Fulmar building on Lower Riverside of Greenwich Peninsula (Submission).
Construction of The Optic Cloak, an architectural flue stack for the new Low Carbon District Energy Centre on the Greenwich Peninsula, photographed between November 2015 and September 2016.
Listed buildings across the Peninsula and East Greenwich, from a row of workers' cottages dating back to 1800 that represent the first homes on the Peninsula, to an architectural tunnel ventilation tower now enclosed within the dome of The O2.
AEG Group, owners of The O2, propose a 36-storey residential development for a site immediately south of The O2, creating 395 homes (20% affordable) with retail units fronting onto Peninsula Square - replacing previous planning permission for an 8-storey office block.
Pictures from Open House London 2016: Ravensbourne College (Foreign Office Architects, 2010) and Greenwich Yacht Club (Frankl & Luty, 1999)
Photo collection celebrating art and sculpture that reflect the Greenwich Peninsula's rich industrial and engineering history.
An Estate Service Centre is proposed for the Greenwich Peninsula, which is to include a parcel depot and waste management services that are supported by a fleet of electric vehicles to minimise noise and air pollution levels.