Located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, Kidbrooke Village is one of London's most significant new housing-led developments; a £1 billion regeneration transforming the area into a new community in partnership with the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the Mayor of London.
To date, over 1,450 new homes have been delivered including 667 affordable homes, 170 of which are specifically designed for older people. These sit alongside the new Cator Park, interim Village Centre, village squares and retail space. Residents benefit from living in a safe and sustainable modern community in one of London's most desirable boroughs, surrounded by 35 hectares of parkland and open space. The regeneration has already supported over 8,000 jobs including 140 apprentices and works in partnership with Greenwich Local Labour and Business (GLLaB).
Regeneration today is about people, places and communities. It's about ensuring we create sustainable spaces where people want to live and work.
We believe that regeneration is a combination of many things, high quality architecture, public spaces, investment in services, infrastructure, culture and a mixture of tenures and uses in these areas that make them a successful and vibrant place to live.
At Kidbrooke Village, we have the opportunity to bring all these elements together, using our expertise in regeneration in conjunction with the experience and support of our key stakeholders the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the GLA.