Enderby Place, Greenwich
bptw planning recently secured planning permission at Enderby Place for the construction of the first international cruise liner terminal in London. Included in the development will be 477 residential units within three buildings of 31, 26 and 23 storeys, situated above a purpose built cruise terminal and associated drop-off zone. Elevated gardens that enjoy views of Canary Wharf and Greenwich will be located on the terminal roof, and will also be accessible to the public from the Thames pathway.
bptw successfully led on the planning negotiations with RB Greenwich and presentations to Design Council CABE. The planning committee recognised the major economic benefits that the first international London cruise port would bring to Greenwich and the wider city, particularly through tourism, with London’s Deputy Mayor for Planning, Sir Edward Lister declaring his support: “We have worked with the local authority and the developer to ensure the new terminal and surrounding infrastructure will meet the needs of thousands of tourists coming to the city each year.”