Local MP objecting to Greenwich scheme
Local MP launches an objection to £800m Greenwich scheme, saying it is too tall
The development designed by OMA was planned to include four towers up to 36-storeys high
Labor MP from Greenwich and Woolwich, Matthew Pennycook, has written to the Labor-held local authority planning board formally aligning himself against U & I’s £ 770 million plan at Morden Wharf.
The project on the western side was presented for planning at the Greenwich council in June last year and work is expected to begin in 2023 if approved. It would consist of 1,500 homes and more than 17,000 square meters of commercial space in 12 buildings, including four towers between 21 and 36 storeys high.
A new road called Sea Witch Lane, named after a pub that was destroyed by a bomb in WWII, would run through the development into a public square.
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