Published: Monday, 27th February 2017

Residents are invited to participate, as the formal consultation launches.

Charlton Riverside is an exciting opportunity for a mixed use neighbourhood, characterised by medium-rise development. The proposed development will continue to be an important employment area, which could add space for around 5,000 more jobs, as well as up to 7,500 new homes, schools, open space and community health facilities.

Future development could integrate modern, clean, hi-tech business and industrial with residential and community uses to create a dynamic living and working environment.

Drop in sessions

Consultation drop in sessions will also be held on the following dates where people can ask questions and make comments on the proposals:

  • Saturday 4 March 2017, 10am to 12pm:
    Charlton Athletic, Floyd Road, SE7 8BL
  • Tuesday 7 March 2017, 1pm to 3pm:
    Charlton House, Charlton Road, SE7 8RE
  • Tuesday 14 March 2017, 7pm to 9pm:
    Royal Greenwich Trust School, 765 Woolwich Road, London SE7 8LJ
  • Wednesday 22 March 2017, 7.30pm to 9.30pm:
    New Charlton Community Centre, 217 Maryon Road, Charlton SE7 8DB

Have your say

The consultation started on 22 February and will remain open to receiving any written or email comments by 5pm on Wednesday 12 April 2017.

Alternatively, you can give us your comments by letter to:

Regeneration Team,
Fifth Floor,
The Woolwich Centre,
35 Wellington Street,
London SE18 6HQ

Or by email to:

'Delivering new homes, businesses and jobs'

Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Sustainability, Councillor Danny Thorpe, said: "The proposed Charlton Riverside development respects the industrial heritage of Charlton Riverside, natural environment and local community aspirations while delivering the new homes, businesses and thousands of jobs required.

"Working with and for residents and businesses is central to making Charlton Riverside successful, which is why we are asking local people to come along to next month's meetings and have their say on our proposals."