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Construction work is underway on the latest phases (401 & 403) at Greenwich Millennium Village, a joint venture between Countryside Partnerships (part of Vistry Group) and Taylor Wimpey London, in association with the Mayor of London. The two phases will provide 203 homes and a podium garden.

Block 401 will deliver 104 private homes, whilst Block 403 comprises 99 units, all of which have been designated as affordable. Contracts have now been exchanged with affordable housing provider, Royal Borough of Greenwich, with completion of the contract anticipated for Summer 2024 and completion of the homes anticipated for Spring 2026.

The two new phases will deliver a mixture of apartments and maisonettes, benefitting from stylish interiors and private balconies or terraces. Boasting open-plan living areas and far-reaching views over the adjacent parkland and city skyline, the apartments have been thoughtfully designed with modern living in mind.

Offering the best of both worlds and a perfect example of urban village life, Greenwich Millennium Village is one of the best-connected developments in London whilst seeming miles away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Residents can also enjoy the expanse of surrounding parkland as well as the unique Ecology Park which is home to a diverse range of wildlife. A wealth of everyday amenities can be found across several village squares offering a Co Op, dry cleaners, hairdressing salon, beauty spa and café all located at this well-established community.

Most recently, the development opened the doors to a brand-new community centre, which has been designed as a central hub for the community. In addition, this month also saw the opening of N Family Club at Greenwich Millennium Village - a brand-new, purpose-built modern nursery.

The regeneration of Greenwich Millennium Village is now in its 24th year, with the 300-acre brownfield site being transformed into a sustainable district in the heart of London. Eventually delivering over 2,800 new homes, Greenwich Millennium Village will significantly contribute to local housing needs.

Now ground has been broken, the first completion of homes within these brand-new phases is anticipated for Spring 2026.

Peter Willis, Managing Director, Vistry Eastern Counties said:

Breaking ground on these latest phases is another significant milestone for the project. Creating social value lies at the heart of our ambitions for Greenwich Millennium Village and we remain more committed than ever to building long-term partnerships with housing associations and the local authority to bring forward regeneration schemes that transform local communities.