Our Proposals

Transport & Connectivity

Morden Wharf is close to a range of transport ‘nodes, with the Jubilee Line at North Greenwich, Southeastern trains at Maze Hill to the south, and a network of bus routes on Blackwall Lane and Woolwich Road.

However, getting through and across the current Morden Wharf and accessing other parts of East Greenwich is currently challenging.

Active Travel and Car Free

Our plans will make it easier for pedestrians and cyclists to get around, and we will also make provision for a bus route to access the site.

Our scheme will be car-free will be car-free with the exception of blue badge parking spaces, located in the basement. A number of car club spaces will be provided, as well as taxi drop-off points.

We want to ensure that from ‘day one’ Morden Wharf feels safe and welcoming, so the vehicle controlled to limit the number of large vehicles accessing the residential ‘home zone’ areas of the development.

New Bus Routes

We are working with the council and TfL on potential bus routes and access to Morden Wharf, and while these discussions are still at an early stage no final decisions have been, we have ensured there are provisions within our scheme to facilitate buses.

Thames Clipper Riverboats

Morden Wharf already has a pier onto the River Thames and whilst our discussions are still at an early stage, it is our ambition to introduce a new riverboat stop at Morden Wharf as it is roughly halfway between Greenwich Pier and the O2 pier which is on the eastern side of the Greenwich Peninsula.