Overview of the Greenwich area
Greenwich was designated as a World Heritage Site in 1997 in recognition of its maritime history and dramatic architectural and landscape context.
It is known for the Royal Park, The Old Royal Naval College and the National Maritime Museum.
Planned new developments
New Capital Quay
There'll be 636 residential units at New Capital Quay together with retail and commercial space.
This will include 85 residential units, commercial floorspace and live-work units.
The development will create 249 residential units at Creekside East, plus flexible commercial space and a nursery.
Bardsley Lane/Mariners Parade
Redevelopment of the site will provide 83 residential units and ground floor commercial space.
A mixed-use riverside development at Paynes and Borthwick, will comprise 257 highly specified apartments, office or studio space, retail and community uses.
The redevelopment of Lovell's, Granite, Badcock's and Pipers wharfs will include offices, studio workshops, 667 residential units, shops, restaurants, a health centre and a creche.
A mixed-use development scheme called The Movement provides 181 homes, including affordable housing. It also includes a 104 bedroom hotel, 258 student apartments, 7000 square feet of office space, community and health facilities, and new pedestrian walkways and public spaces.