WELCOME TO NEW LONDON
On Greenwich Peninsula London is transforming. Here is a new place inventing itself as the capital’s most boldly modern landscape. An urban community with design and creativity embedded in its fabric. With 15,000 new homes, 13,000 new jobs and 48 acres of open public space emerging over the coming years. Here a community of thousands of pioneers live in new riverside homes, work in a cutting-edge Design District and enjoy new linear park The Tide - all wrapped by the river Thames. This is new London: a new destination for modern urban living.
Spaces for communities to come together.
Facilities and shared spaces
Playgrounds, shared spaces and a village hall – a new London needs places to connect.
The Peninsula will have all the daily basics you need – shops, schools, doctors, dentists and modern crèches.
Public parks, sports facilities, groups and clubs are on your doorstep, feeding your mind, body and soul.
Our bespoke community app lets you deal with the practical side of Peninsula life and connect with neighbours in just a click.
Great design puts people at its heart.
Here architecture means comfortable spaces to live in. Whether a high rise tower or low rise studio, it makes the most of natural light, modern materials and varied views.
Filled with natural light, these are homes you’ll want to fill with friends. For time out, river and park views are the perfect companion.
Bound by the river and city, public spaces connect people to the unique natural environment—and to each other.
Homes, public parks and communal amenities have been created by great names from the design world.
All the things that enrich our lives.
Camille Walala, Molly Goddard and Charles Jeffrey are just some of the creative talents bringing culture to every corner of every space.
Public art brings beauty, surprise, humour and debate to the carefully designed spaces they occupy.
An exciting roster of gallery lates, film showings and pop-up entertainment means there’s always a new date for your diary.
From the carefully curated to the spontaneous and surprising, culture on the Peninsula can happen any time, any place.