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Since its years as a stretch of fantastically valuable dockyard - and before that as the seat of London power in Tudor times - Greenwich has been through a real mill of boom and bust - and boom again. Its current state therefore provides one of (perhaps the) most varied selection of housing, as well as amenity, in London. It is also one of the most powerfully historical, evocative and genuinely fascinating areas of the city to be in.
Greenwich's spiritual heart is dual in nature - the Park and the Village create an energy between them, an energy that you can see in the architecture. Where else in London (and how many places in the world?) can you see 16th Century seats of power (in the Park) overlooked by those of the 21st Century (on Canary Wharf)? Where else does a development such as the Millennium Village (with the Dome) loom over the remnants of Victoriana? Of course, uniting both in spirit is the Meridian Line, which emanates from the Observatory in the Park and helped create Britain's maritime wealth. Viewing the stretch of river that runs past Greenwich from the Observatory platform, high above, you feel as if you are staring through the past, present and future.
Greenwich's cycles of change, stability and renewal are seen in its living character. The town centre itself combines quaint, couture, mass market and downbeat boho chic. It has big name restaurants side by side with local jazz clubs; local fish restaurants next to brand names; wonderful local food, haberdashers, collectibles defiantly staring out the latest in surfer and skateboarding urban clobber across the little streets. The town's busy little centre has stunning focal points: the redbrick Town Hall, the covered market (better, more select, more genuine and friendly than Camden), the hulk of the Cutty Sark under its art-deco white tent, and of course the glowering power of Nicholas Hawksmoor's famous St Alfege Church.
This is a place with a truly beautiful green centre in the Park and a wonderful aspect onto the river. But there are also more downbeat areas in the East Greenwich area, as well as epic opportunity in the Millennium Village. Property is limitless in range. In the centre of the town are some over the shop flats and truly lovely houses lining the streets that lead up to the park and radiate away from the centre. There are wonderful Georgian houses leading up the hill, many in little enclaves, as Greenwich tops out towards Blackheath. In East Greenwich houses are smaller, more varied, but also very desirable. There are lovely developments along the riverside, both of Victorian and Georgian style houses lovingly recreated in the Thames Path, and new developments. And the area of the Millennium Village has gone from being a curio to being a truly desirable area to live, in the shadow of the Dome (now a must-visit nightlife destination), and with its own excellent transport and village atmosphere.
Greenwich has had many booms and busts in its long, powerful history. It is now most definitely a boom.
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Nestled between Bromley and Greenwich, Sidcup is an area of London that feels surprisingly rural. In fact, it would be easy to forget that you’re in London at all. Despite this, it’s a quick train ride from the bustling heart of the capital, making it a desirable district for commuters who want a bit more space, especially young families.
Read Article ... Published on 18th February, 2015
A primary school in Blackheath is to be fully rebuilt to update the ageing buildings, some of which date back to the Victorian times. Invicta primary School will have all new buildings constructed to replace the older ones.
Read Article ... Published on 20th January, 2015
New Eltham is located in south London, falling across areas of both Greenwich and Bexley boroughs. It's not to be confused with Eltham, which is to the north-west of the area. It is a place that has a fair bit of history and a good mixture of amenities.
Read Article ... Published on 31st December, 2014
Greenwich has been selected as one of ten areas in the UK where the new Internet of Things network will be rolled out. The borough will see the new network installed next year, allowing a cost-effective way for objects to be connected to the internet.
Read Article ... Published on 15th December, 2014
Primary schools in Greenwich have been praised for being among the best in the country, it has emerged.
Read Article ... Published on 27th November, 2014
Abbey Wood is a small district located within south-east London, within the boroughs of Greenwich and Bexley.
Read Article ... Published on 19th November, 2014
New Eltham is based in south-east London, and is based in the London borough of Greenwich. Parts of it also lie in Bexley.
Read Article ... Published on 7th November, 2014
Greenwich Council has unveiled its plans to make improvements to the borough.
Read Article ... Published on 9th October, 2014
The Royal Borough of Greenwich Council has announced plans to extend a scheme intended to provide intensive support to troubled families in the borough.
Read Article ... Published on 25th September, 2014
Greenwich primary schools have been rated as being among the best in the UK, according to new research.
Read Article ... Published on 15th September, 2014
A number of new homes are expected to be built for those over the age of 60 in Greenwich, it has been announced.
Read Article ... Published on 11th August, 2014
Plumstead is a large, multicultural district of south-east London located in the London borough of Greenwich.
Read Article ... Published on 20th June, 2014
The centre of Woolwich may get revamped with a brand new town centre, it has been revealed.
Read Article ... Published on 24th March, 2014
Mill Hill is a lively and affluent district located in the heart of the London Borough of Barnet.
Read Article ... Published on 7th February, 2014
Private landlords in Greenwich have been invited to join a new letting scheme.
Read Article ... Published on 18th December, 2013
Greenwich Council has pressed ahead with plans for a new cinema and restaurant development which will be located in Eltham town centre.
Read Article ... Published on 28th November, 2013
Abbey Wood has undergone a series of changes in recent times, and an increasing number of people are looking at it as a place to invest in property.
Read Article ... Published on 5th November, 2013
Woolwich is an area of London that has a rich history, which is evident on almost every corner. Although it experienced a decline in earlier decades due to the closure of a few key businesses in the area, it has experienced a rejuvenation throughout the last few years. Woolwich is fast becoming one of the most sought-after places to live in capital, with plenty of reason.
Read Article ... Published on 30th September, 2013
A nationwide scheme to help turn around lives has received praise from the prime minister and a variety of other luminaries, with Greenwich's contribution coming in for particular praise.
Read Article ... Published on 20th September, 2013
Students across the Royal Borough of Greenwich are celebrating an increase in the number of top grades that have been awarded for A-levels and BTECs. A larger number of students received grades between A* and B this year in comparison to last, providing them with a strong foundation on which to build their future education or careers.
Read Article ... Published on 23rd August, 2013
The once much-maligned London Docklands is fast making a reputation for itself as a residential hub, as well as the centre of the UK's financial economy. Once the largest port in the world, the shipping offices and warehouses that once dominated the area have largely given way to skyscrapers and new-build houses. Huge cranes once used for unloading cargo are now motionless in their cradles, but this doesn't mean the area has lost any of the fizz and bustle it possessed while it was a shipping hub.
Read Article ... Published on 30th May, 2013
Lewisham has a wide variety of activities and amenities available to residents and visitors. It is one of the most affordable boroughs throughout London, and as a result there are large numbers of young families and young professionals in the area. The borough is a vibrant and varied place to live, which incorporates a large mix of different cultures.
Read Article ... Published on 28th June, 2013
The Royal borough of Greenwich has this Sunday (May 12th) signed an agreement that will see the district play host to the first Tall Ships event in 25 years.
Read Article ... Published on 14th May, 2013
Families in the London borough of Greenwich suffering from the dire employment situation will be relieved to hear the council has devised a solution to help them find work, allowing them to remain in the area where their children attend school and they have long-established ties.
Read Article ... Published on 22nd April, 2013
The London borough of Greenwich has rounded off a highly successful year by clinching the hotly-contested Council of the Year award, in recognition of a number of improvements the local authority has made to the area.
Read Article ... Published on 25th March, 2013
Families in the London borough of Greenwich will undoubtedly be pleased to hear their children are some of the safest in the capital, with educational authority Ofsted praising child protection services in the area following a two-week inspection.
Read Article ... Published on 30th January, 2013
Residents of the London borough of Bexley breathed a sign of relief last week (January 11th) after it was confirmed their fire station would not be closed, although initial plans announced in November 2012 suggested it could had been due to fierce cuts in public spending.
Read Article ... Published on 16th January, 2013
Residents living in Greenwich and Newham could benefit from the installation of two new fixed river crossings if a campaign being launched by both borough councils is successful.
Read Article ... Published on 4th January, 2013
The London borough of Bexley has been named as one of the top ten friendliest parts of the city, second only to Havering in the north-east of the capital.
Read Article ... Published on 24th August, 2012
The Charlton Lido in Greenwich has been re-opened after receiving a £2 million facelift.
Read Article ... Published on 25th July, 2012
There are many reasons why the Isle of Dogs is a great place to live. The area has developed a big reputation in the 21st century, starring in films such as Batman Begins and The World Is Not Enough.
Read Article ... Published on 24th July, 2012
A 2.2-acre site in Greenwich town centre has been acquired as part of a regeneration scheme.
Read Article ... Published on 4th July, 2012
Some £4.6 billion is to be invested in the Greenwich area as part of a major refurbishment programme.
Read Article ... Published on 25th June, 2012
A range of green infrastructure projects are being completed to ensure the Olympic Games leaves a legacy for London.
Read Article ... Published on 23rd April, 2012
Planning permission has been granted for phases three, four and five of the Greenwich Millennium Village project.
Read Article ... Published on 10th April, 2012
Individuals considering a property to rent in Mottingham can look forward to living in a well-connected part of London.
Read Article ... Published on 14th March, 2012
People searching for flats in Greenwich may be comforted by the news that council tax is to be frozen in the borough for 2012-13.
Read Article ... Published on 9th March, 2012
People occupying flats to rent in Woolwich are being briefed by the council on traffic and parking management plans during the upcoming Olympic Games.
Read Article ... Published on 26th January, 2012
People in flats to rent in Greenwich are set to see various festivities and ceremonies taking place to commemorate the area becoming a royal borough for the first time.
Read Article ... Published on 19th January, 2012
Families seeking flats to rent in Greenwich will be encouraged by new government figures that further showcase the high educational standards upheld by the area's primary schools.
Read Article ... Published on 6th January, 2012
Families seeking flats to rent in Greenwich will be able to benefit from some of the best primary schools in the country, according to new official figures.
Read Article ... Published on 21st December, 2011
People seeking flats to rent in Greenwich will be moving to one of the most attractive cultural destinations in the world, according to a leading travel guide.
Read Article ... Published on 1st December, 2011
More options could be made available to those seeking flats to rent in Greenwich thanks to a newly announced regeneration scheme worth £120 million.
Read Article ... Published on 8th November, 2011
Women living in property to rent in Tower Hamlets will have the chance to lead healthier lifestyles thanks to a new initiative in the borough.
Read Article ... Published on 6th September, 2011
Greenwich, located in the SE10 postcode, is a great place for young people who want some greenery nearby, as well as easy access to the city of London.
Read Article ... Published on 18th August, 2011
Canary Wharf really is slap bang in the centre of the City. Located in E14 in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, the area is right in the heart of the country's financial district and is close to a number of great amenities and attractions.
Read Article ... Published on 28th July, 2011
Located in south-east London in the borough of Lewisham, Deptford is located on the south bank of the River Thames, is 4.7 miles west-north-west of Charing Cross and is in the postcode district SE8.
Read Article ... Published on 16th May, 2011
A leisure centre used by those living in property to rent in the London borough of Merton recently received a rating of 'highly commended' for quality.
Read Article ... Published on 8th April, 2011
Free meals are to be offered to people living in flats to rent in the London borough of Greenwich when a new restaurant opens in the area later this month.
Read Article ... Published on 16th February, 2011
The six boroughs included on the route for the Olympic cycling road races have been confirmed, which may offer a new reason to find property to rent in London.
Read Article ... Published on 11th February, 2011
Two new developments have been approved that could boost the attractiveness of flats to rent in the London borough of Greenwich.
Read Article ... Published on 1st February, 2011
Those living in property to rent in the London borough of Greenwich will soon notice charging points for electric vehicles being installed in their neighbourhoods.
Read Article ... Published on 28th January, 2011
Sports fans living in property to rent in the London borough of Greenwich have been told when they can buy tickets for the 2012 Olympic Games - which will be held almost on their doorsteps.
Read Article ... Published on 17th January, 2011
Those seeking property to rent in the London borough of Croydon could enjoy watching athletics in a world class venue at a revamped Crystal Palace, under a new plan proposed today.
Read Article ... Published on 12th January, 2011
People looking to take out a tenancy on a flat to rent in the London Borough of Greenwich may want to sign on the dotted line at the soonest possible opportunity if they find a property.
Read Article ... Published on 8th December, 2010
Tenants occupying flats to rent in the London Borough's of Greenwich, Barnet, Newham, Lewisham and Lewisham will all have the chance to get involved with the London Jazz Festival, which starts today (November 17th).
Read Article ... Published on 17th November, 2010
People living in flats to rent in the London Borough of Greenwich may wish to visit an event showcasing work by over 100 artists.
Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2010
Tenants and landlords of flats to rent in the London Borough of Greenwich may be able to cut down on their heating bills if they follow five tips suggested by the National Landlords Association (NLA).
Read Article ... Published on 22nd October, 2010
Flats to rent in the London Borough of Greenwich could be a solution for the many first-time buyers struggling to get on to the housing ladder.
Read Article ... Published on 5th October, 2010
Economy uncertainty means many people in the UK could still be looking for flats to rent in the London Borough of Greenwich.
Read Article ... Published on 1st September, 2010
More people may be thinking of looking for property to rent in the London borough of Greenwich after one expert predicted that the building industry may suffer greatly as a result of significant government spending cuts.
Read Article ... Published on 9th July, 2010
The body in charge of improving and maintaining London's transport system has unveiled plans to create a cable car network linking Greenwich with the Royal Docks on the north bank of the River Thames.
Read Article ... Published on 5th July, 2010
First-time buyers need the government to define its planning policy to allow greater flexibility in wider home construction.
Read Article ... Published on 10th June, 2010
Read Article ... Published on 1st June, 2010
First-time buyers have been warned that despite improving conditions in the housing market, potential pitfalls lie ahead.
Read Article ... Published on 25th May, 2010
Planning permission to build a £180 million market in Canning Town has been granted.
Read Article ... Published on 30th April, 2010
Forecasts for first-time buyers appear to remain bleak, despite an increase in the stamp duty threshold offered by Chancellor Alistair Darling.
Read Article ... Published on 12th April, 2010
Four museums across London are reopening their doors to the public after extensive renovations and visitor-friendly addition to the sites.
Read Article ... Published on 19th March, 2010
Following the coldest UK winter in three decades, many Britons got an additional chill when they received their energy bills for these months, it has been revealed.
Read Article ... Published on 11th March, 2010
As property prices rise in the UK, the philosophy of many Britons is changing, as more people come to the conclusion that rented accommodation can still be a home.
Read Article ... Published on 9th March, 2010
The hit Channel 4 series Friends has been popular with people in the UK for well over a decade now, but just what was the secret to their friendship?
Read Article ... Published on 5th March, 2010
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Read Article ... Published on 13th October, 2009
People who are looking for flats to rent in Islington could find that they get the chance to have a say in how justice is served in their neighbourhood.
Read Article ... Published on 30th September, 2009
Stamp duty needs to be "readjusted" to a level that will only tax higher earners, one sector commentator has claimed.
Read Article ... Published on 11th September, 2009
There are a number of processes involved in finding property to rent in London or flats to rent anywhere in the UK, but the final actions can be some of the most important.
Read Article ... Published on 19th August, 2009
The National Landlords Association (NLA) backs the latest government proposals to give tenants more rights when their landlords default on mortgages.
Read Article ... Published on 7th August, 2009
People living in property to rent in Eltham will be among the Greenwich residents looking forward to the borough's big comedy event next month.
Read Article ... Published on 5th August, 2009
A charity walk with Charlton Athletic Football Club could give prospective tenants the chance to see some property to rent in Eltham that is located in the lesser known areas of the town.
Read Article ... Published on 27th July, 2009
A number of Britain's leading comedians are set to take to the stage in Greenwich later this year, it has emerged.
Read Article ... Published on 29th June, 2009
It would seem that residents of property to rent in Greenwich and Southwark, as well as people living in other letting residences in London and the UK, have benefited from being in a strong bargaining position in recent months.
Read Article ... Published on 22nd June, 2009
First-time buyers in London and the rest of the UK face "continuing obstacles" when trying to get on the property ladder, it has been suggested.
Read Article ... Published on 2nd June, 2009
Those who live in property in Greenwich have the chance to discuss any pertinent issues they have this weekend.
Read Article ... Published on 6th May, 2009
Families struggling to pay their mortgages in the current economic climate are not being helped by a government initiative, the Liberal Democrats have argued.
Read Article ... Published on 1st May, 2009
A new campaign has been unveiled, with the aim of getting more children in London involved in sport.
Read Article ... Published on 28th April, 2009
Women living in property in Greenwich and across London are to have their safety addressed by a new campaign in the capital.
Read Article ... Published on 22nd April, 2009
Many Britons do not believe that house prices will rise in the near future, research has revealed.
Read Article ... Published on 16th April, 2009
Britons are likely to continue to struggle to obtain finance for the purpose of buying a home, an expert has warned.
Read Article ... Published on 6th April, 2009
The current economic climate makes this an ideal time to be renting property, it has been suggested.
Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2009
Those living in property in Bethnal Green are being encouraged to take up a more active lifestyle through a new council initiative.
Read Article ... Published on 27th March, 2009
Crossrail services could be extended to the Thames Gateway area, the government has announced.
Read Article ... Published on 18th March, 2009
A month-long celebration of the past, present and future of London is to be held in June, the mayor has announced.
Read Article ... Published on 2nd March, 2009
Local authorities' moves to keep council tax low for Londoners have been welcomed.
Read Article ... Published on 27th February, 2009
Improvements to sections of the A2 dual carriageway are to begin next week, Transport for London (TfL) has revealed.
Read Article ... Published on 9th February, 2009
Schools in the London boroughs of Newham and Southwark have been praised for their provision of music lessons to pupils.
Read Article ... Published on 5th February, 2009
Pupils at schools in Greenwich have been benefiting from improved test scores as a result of changes to meals, it has been found.
Read Article ... Published on 4th February, 2009
Residents of the London borough of Greenwich could be set to benefit from a freeze in council tax.
Read Article ... Published on 28th January, 2009
Those living in London could be set to benefit from access to new high-speed rail travel to Scotland and the West Midlands.
Read Article ... Published on 15th January, 2009
An extension of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) has been opened in the London borough of Greenwich.
Read Article ... Published on 13th January, 2009
The Thames Gateway area is set to receive a major economic boost, it has emerged.
Read Article ... Published on 27th November, 2008
Schools in Greenwich are to benefit from an announcement in the pre-Budget report that funding will be brought forward.
Read Article ... Published on 25th November, 2008
Boris Johnson has unveiled a series of proposals designed to stimulate business in the capital.
Read Article ... Published on 18th November, 2008
A new commission has been created to help with the development of outer London boroughs.
Read Article ... Published on 13th November, 2008
Crossrail has agreed a £230 million funding deal with the British Airports Authority (BAA) to help develop the service.
Read Article ... Published on 4th November, 2008
A number of rail stations in London will become safer due to extra manning at night, it has been announced.
Read Article ... Published on 3rd November, 2008
Confirmation that the 2012 Olympic equestrian events will be held in Greenwich Park is expected to come today, it has been claimed.
Read Article ... Published on 22nd October, 2008
The London Olympics has had some sweet news with the disclosure that confectioner Cadbury's is to sponsor the games.
Read Article ... Published on 16th October, 2008
Those living in the borough of Greenwich are enjoying using the Thames Clipper service, it has been reported.
Read Article ... Published on 15th October, 2008
London City Airport has been recognised with an award for increasing its passenger numbers last year.
Read Article ... Published on 14th October, 2008
Tower Hamlets council has given the green light to a new development at Canary Wharf.
Read Article ... Published on 10th October, 2008
The original decision to hold the 2012 Olympic equestrian events in Greenwich have been backed by a government-sponsored study, it has been claimed.
Read Article ... Published on 9th October, 2008
The government's plans to build three million new homes in Britain by 2020 are on course to fall well short barring large-scale government intervention, it will be claimed today.
Read Article ... Published on 19th September, 2008
Those thinking of moving into the London Olympic host boroughs are being offered the prospect of having more facilities to keep fit with.
Read Article ... Published on 15th September, 2008
Tower Hamlet's expansive Victoria Park has been named "London's Perfect Park" by Time Out magazine.
Read Article ... Published on 5th September, 2008
More than 70 per cent of Londoners believe that the 2012 Olympic Games will be beneficial to the city, a survey has shown.
Read Article ... Published on 4th September, 2008
The London Borough of Greenwich will shortly be the site of a major urban regeneration scheme.
Read Article ... Published on 3rd September, 2008
Preparations for London's 2012 Olympic Games look to be on target in their efforts to regenerate several east London boroughs.
Read Article ... Published on 1st September, 2008
Those selling homes in London have seen thousands cut off their asking prices due to the current economic downturn.
Read Article ... Published on 18th August, 2008
London estate agents stand to benefit from a new walk-in training session that aims to increase awareness of market trends and government thinking.
Read Article ... Published on 14th May, 2008
The Thamesmead regeneration scheme has moved a step closer to completion with an important milestone in its development.
Read Article ... Published on 4th April, 2008
The latest leg of a £5 billion regeneration project slated for Greenwich has been given the green light by local officials.
Read Article ... Published on 2nd April, 2008
Transport for London (TfL) has drawn up a shortlist of four potential developers to take on regeneration work in Woolwich, which will focus on improving transport infrastructure.
Read Article ... Published on 26th March, 2008
Up-and-coming south-east London neighbourhood Deptford is to be gifted with a new mixed-used development that could boost its appeal with creative-minded rental property-seekers.
Read Article ... Published on 7th February, 2008
A popular corner of south-east London could soon see its appeal boosted for rental property-seekers and homebuyers.
Read Article ... Published on 6th February, 2008
A meeting occurred this week to inaugurate one of London's biggest regeneration projects, which will encompass homebuilding projects in as many as ten London boroughs.
Read Article ... Published on 7th December, 2007