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Woolwich Estates

The Woolwich Estates regeneration project consists of the demolition and redevelopment of the following estates:

  • Connaught
  • Morris Walk
  • Maryon Road and Maryon Grove

The Woolwich Estates project overview and the Woolwich Estates consultation and involvement structure provide background information about the project.

Trinity Walk (formerly Connaught)

Connaught Estate was demolished in 2016 to make way for over 650 new properties, over 230 of them are affordable housing.

Phase 1 is complete and Phases 2 and 3 are nearing completion.

To find out about Shared Ownership at Trinity Walk, contact PA Housing.

Morris Walk South

Morris Walk South is now empty except for a small number of remaining leaseholders.

Hoarding has been erected and the site is secure.

The Maryon Road junction with Woodhill will be closed so that the road can be used for construction traffic. The footbridge is closed, and a diversion is in place for pedestrians and cyclists.

Morris Walk North

Morris Walk North is partially empty with the remaining council tenants actively bidding on properties. If you're a tenant and you've got any questions about the rehoming process, you can contact Tanya Morgans, Allocations Officer on 020 921 2393.

Harden Court and Albion Court have been hoarded and secured.

Maryon Grove and Maryon Road

It was agreed that the Maryon Road estate would be the last of the three estates to be demolished and replaced. As yet we have no date for when this will happen but will continue to put pressure on the developer.

We will provide updates as soon as possible and continue to communicate our plans and programmes during the course of the project.


If you have any questions about the buyback of your property or the Compulsory Purchase Order, please call one of our Regeneration Officers:

  • Deborah Dack, 020 8921 6139
  • Richard Atkins, 020 8921 3522

Resident engagement

The Trinity Park Virtual Exhibition will be live from 22 to 29 October. Scan the QR codes on the exhibition leaflet to find out about:

  • the background of the site
  • the progress of the project
  • feedback from previous events
  • the new masterplan

You can also give your feedback on the project.

Download the exhibition leaflet to take part

You can also download the exhibition videos and display boards using these links:

Contact us

If you have any questions or concerns, or to register for updates about the project, contact the Woolwich Estates team on: 

020 8921 6139