Our Proposals

Creating a Cohesive Community

We are clear that Morden Wharf should become a thriving new neighbourhood for the Borough that integrates well with Riverside Gardens and Enderby Wharf to the south, and also fits into the emerging proposals at Enderby Place.

In addition to the originally proposed riverside Morden Park and retained Morden Park Square, we propose a larger Wilkie Green and a new Community Place which connects the additional 4700sqft of community use rooms. Altogether the sapces allow people to meet, engage and build a sense of belonging.

This community will also have the chance to meet and enjoy the new commercial and retail spaces we are providing across the ground floor in our proposed buildings. This will in turn help create and sustain many new jobs for local people.

Our plans will also include the provision of 35% affordable housing for social rent and intermediate tenures. All the homes here, whether affordable or private, will be available in a range of types and sizes.

We are introducing a variety of home typologies including apartments and duplexes accessed via communal lobbies as well as townhouse duplexes with traditional front doors to Wilkie Green, which will provide activation and passive surveillance to the public realm.


Build to Rent

The private element of our plans will be available as Build to Rent. The Borough is home to a growing number of these developments, including Essential Living’s Union Wharf development on Creek Road and, more recently, at Meridian House which forms part of the old Greenwich Town Hall.

These also help people find secure homes, away from the Private Rented Sector where sharp rent increases, poor service delivery and no fault-evictions are common.

Many new developments in Greenwich which were build for private sale are now often rented out, and we believe it is better for everyone if this new development comes forward through a professional and experienced Build to Rent developer, meeting the huge local demand for housing.