Despite strong objections to the construction of a cruise terminal at Enderby Wharf, in Greenwich, council officers are recommending the plans be approved.

Planning permission and listed building consent was granted in March 2012 for 93 residential units, a cruise liner terminal, a 251 room hotel, a skills academy, crèche, and alterations and extensions to Grade II listed Enderby House.

The latest application to be considered no longer contains the hotel, with two residential blocks taking over, taking the total of residential units to 477.

Within the planning document it states: “The application is considered acceptable and is recommended for approval subject to conditions, satisfactory completion of a legal agreement and referral to the Mayor of London.”

The decision is set to be made at a planning meeting at 6.30pm on Tuesday, July 21.