GREENWICH MILLENNIUM VILLAGE
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Greenwich Millennium Village- joint venture between Countryside Properties and Taylor Woodrow in association with English Partnerships - specially set up development company specifically set up for the development of the Millennium Village
Greenwich Peninsula, London
Live/work completed summer 2003
14 live/work units with two bed units of 1220 sq ft and three bed units at 1368 sq ft and 1559 sq ft
DIVISION OF LIVE/WORK SPACE
Two thirds live, one third work. Each unit is housed in a three storey building with work space, including kitchen area and bathroom on the ground floor
GETTING PLANNING CONSENT
Securing planning permission was eased by the development being part of the Millennium Village- the first of a series of flagship communities designed to demonstrate sustainable development.
The development of the village was privately funded but English Partnerships paid for the regeneration of the peninsula site.
Professionals eg designers, architects, non intensive industries
No special measures
All 14 units sold, each have fetched £305,000
Expect 14-28 jobs from the site-(one to two per unit)- mix of designers, IT professionals and architects have bought units so far
Patch panels for entry and exit under the stairs with CAP 5 cabling
The live work units are designed to underpin the objective of creating a planned, sustainable community where people are able to live, work and play within a short distance.
Scheme communications manager Jeremy Dodd (01753) 844100
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