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London Mayor gives the thumbs up to the city’s largest regeneration development on the Greenwich Peninsula
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has given his seal of approval for the capital’s largest single regeneration development in the Greenwich Peninsula, London, UK.
A revised masterplan for nearly 12,678 homes and 12,000 jobs on a previously disused gasworks will create an entire new district formed of five neighbourhood zones which will be designed by architects Allies and Morrison.
The 80-hectare site, taken on by the Mayor in 2012, previously stalled after a similar masterplan had been granted planning permission in 2004. Developers Knight Dragon are already in the process of building a further 2,822 homes on the site, which will bring housing delivery on the Greenwich Peninsula to 15,720.
Plans also include 220 serviced apartments, 24,000 sq m of retail use, 60,000 sq m of business use, two new schools and two new hotels. The development will also feature a 40,000 sq m film st