Planning & Architecture Services in Greenwich
Postcodes: BR7, DA15, DA16, SE1, SE2, SE3, SE4, SE5, SE6, SE7, SE8, SE9, SE10, SE18, SE12, SE28
The Borough of Greenwich came into existence in 1965 through the merger of the former metropolitan boroughs of Greenwich and Woolwich. In recognition of her Diamond Jubilee, Queen Elizabeth II conferred the “royal borough” status upon Greenwich in 2012.
Greenwich is home to numerous listed buildings, with one of the most iconic being the Royal Observatory, surrounded by the landscape that makes up Maritime Greenwich. This area was honored with the designation of a World Heritage Site in 1997. Notably, the renowned architect Sir Christopher Wren played a role in the design of the Old Royal Naval College within this historic locale.
Greenwich Planning & Conservation Areas
Conservation areas are designated for their historical or architectural significance, and within these areas, the construction and redevelopment process can be notably intricate due to the heightened stringency of planning regulations and constraints. Nonetheless, our exceptionally skilled staff possesses the expertise to adeptly navigate and tackle the more complex aspects of planning and design. Our commitment is to successfully accomplish our clients’ objectives, ensuring excellence both in aesthetics and functionality, all while diligently adhering to the regulations stipulated by the local planning authority.
Greenwich conservation areas:
Ashburnham Triangle, Plumstead Common, Blackheath, Progress Estate, Blackheath Park, Rectory Field, Charlton Village, Royal Arsenal Woolwich, Deptford High Street, Shrewsbury Park Estate, East Greenwich, Sun in the Sands, Eltham Green, Well Hall Pleasaunce, Eltham Palace, West Greenwich, Goldie Leigh Hospital, Westcombe Park, Greenwich Park, Woolwich Common
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Greenwich Planning Applications & Appeals
Greenwich Contact Information
Greenwich – Local Planning Authority
Royal Borough of Greenwich
The Woolwich Centre
35 Wellington Street
London SE18 6HQ
For more information, visit www.royalgreenwich.gov.uk