Greenwich Millennium Village, London
- 72 acres
- Brownfield regeneration
- 2,700 new homes, social and community facilities
- Delivery 2000 - 2032
Devised as the centrepiece of the Government’s Millennium Community competition, Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV) is an exemplar of urban design and high density sustainable living.
Now a highly attractive place with its own distinctive character, GMV makes the most of its riverside setting, new lake and ecology park. It combines sustainable construction techniques with excellent urban design that reintroduces London squares and open spaces that are lively, intimate and secure.
GMV has been developed as a place with a wide range of services and amenities including a primary school, health centre, village square and shops, and excellent public transport links.
It is an inclusive, integrated community that is being delivered in a joint venture with Taylor Wimpey, in association with the Mayor of London.