Greenwich cruise liner terminal exhibition

For those interested in the Enderby’s Wharf development

Ian Simpson Architects and West Properties have prepared proposals for the regeneration of Enderby Wharf and the listed Enderby House which currently lie vacant on the Greenwich Peninsula.

The proposals comprise new public realm covering over 50% of the wharf linked to the Thames Path, residential and hotel accommodation, a skills academy and crèche, studio workspace and the refurbishment of Enderby House as a tourist information point plus cafe together with the provision of a cruise liner terminal and new river bus stop. Enderby Wharf has been identified in a recent study as a cruise terminal destination given the presence of deep water alongside the wharf and the extensive maritime history of Greenwich. This has also provided the opportunity to provide a new river bus stop operated by Thames Clippers for the benefit of both residents and visitors.

Prior to submitting a planning application, we would like to invite you to an information event being held on both Thursday 29th and Friday 30th July 2010 where plans of the proposals will be on display and members of the team will be available to answer questions. The event will be held between 3pm and 8pm in Christ Church next to the Forum on Trafalgar Road.

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