New images have been released of plans to regenerate Peruvian Wharf in the Docklands.
The 7.7 hectare site neighbours Royal Wharf, already underdevelopment, and sits between the Thames and the Royal Docks, part of a massive new community that also ties in with the Silvertown Quays development.
The images and plans, from Galliard Homes, have been released ahead of a formal plan, to be submitted later this year. It features 950 homes, new green spaces and a more dynamic culture around the “industrial” West Silvertown DLR station, including a new metro-style shop
Local communities in the Royal Docks are being encouraged to view the updated masterplan for the regeneration of the Peruvian Wharf site at a series of exhibitions in July.
Galliard Homes director Mark Watson said: “We have been working closely with the London Borough of Newham and communities to develop our masterplan and have made a number of additions in response to feedback, such as including space for a local convenience shop and a public station square around the West Silvertown DLR station.”
The river frontage of the site remains a Safeguarded Wharf so initially proposals are only for the northern half of the site.
Galliard Homes says it is working with the Greater London Authority, the Port of London Authority and a potential wharf operator to seek a comprehensive approach to the entire site.