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The London Borough of Greenwich lies along the south east side of the Thames and includes the North Greenwich peninsula, home to many new developments including the famous Millennium Dome.

Much of the borough is built up and suffers from traffic congestion.

Greenwich has a history of forward looking schemes to tackle traffic and other congestion problems and is home to a number of notable carfree and lo car developments.


One of these is the Millennium Village situated on the Greenwich Peninsula close to the Millennium Dome. This large scale housing development has a number of innovative features with an emphasis on sustainable living.


Comprising of 1,377 homes and next door to a purpose built ecology park (English Partnerships), Greenwich Millennium village has a parking density of 0.85 and is very well served by public transport.




The development has been built using environmentally friendly construction techniques and energy efficient and water saving features are common throughout.



London Borough of Greenwich
Town Hall
Wellington Street
London
SE18 6PW



020 8854 8888


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