London Evening Standard say “Greenwich is sailing forward at full speed”


Enderby Wharf is helping transform the landscape of Greenwich.

David Spittles, London Evening Standard’s property correspondent, describes the “gracious, historic maritime town of Greenwich” as “sailing forward at full speed”, with the help of a “facelift” and the development of Enderby Wharf by Barratt London.

Since the 2012 Olympics, Greenwich has been “basking” in royal borough status, and has recently become a Unesco World Heritage site, having the “finest and most dramatically sited architectural landscape assembly in the British Isles”.

Spittles explains that the nine-acre Enderby Wharf site was “derelict for decades but is now part of a fast-changing riverside strip between the historic town centre and Greenwich Peninsula”. The site is being transformed into 770 new homes, alongside shops, a cruise liner terminal and the restoration of Enderby House. The development will open the Thames Path which “has been inaccessible” for many years.

Enderby Wharf will be the ideal location for those who enjoy riverside living, as it sits across “220 yards of waterfront”. The development will offer studios, apartments and penthouses, each featuring floor-to-ceiling windows and private outdoor space – many with views of the River Thames, Canary Wharf or the City.

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