Published: Friday, 7th April 2017

Updated plans are on display to the public at the Tramshed on 21 and 22 April.

Woolwich's local community is being invited to view updated plans for the regeneration of Spray Street Quarter (the land in Woolwich town centre between Plumstead Road and Spray Street) at a two-day public exhibition.

Public exhibition of plans

The public exhibition will take place from 4pm to 8pm on Friday 21 April, and 11am to 4pm on Saturday 22 April at:

Greenwich and Lewisham Young People's Theatre (The Tramshed),
51-53 Woolwich New Road,
London SE18 6ES

This new event will give the community another opportunity to meet the development team and discuss the more developed plans for Spray Street Quarter.

Improving the area for residents

The Spray Street Quarter regeneration, which includes the covered market opposite Royal Arsenal, will bring homes, shops, bars, restaurants and a new cinema to form a vibrant new hub of evening activity and herald the next chapter in Woolwich's transformation into a dynamic metropolitan town centre.

The multi-million pound proposals include a new public square as well as residents' gardens. The development comprises:

  • up to 750 new homes
  • an independent cinema
  • new shops, restaurants and cafés
  • leisure facilities
  • a children’s nursery
  • flexible workspace for start-ups and smaller offices.

Plans to transform the 4.6 acre site have been drawn up by the Spray Street Quarter Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), a joint venture between St. Modwen, and Notting Hill Housing. The Spray Street Quarter LLP is working in partnership with the Royal Borough of Greenwich to deliver the scheme.

The Spray Street Quarter LLP is committed to delivering 35 per cent of the new homes as affordable, both for purchase and to rent.

More information

The team will review all of the feedback and comments received during the consultation in advance of submitting their plans later this year.

You can also contact the development team on