Greenwich Peninsula

Number of Developments

12

Ratings

4.36 Rating

Rating (based on 118 reviews)

Excellent

47.46%

Very Good

42.37%

Average

8.47%

Disappointing

0.85%

Very Poor

0.85%

Knight Dragon are the company behind Greenwich Peninsula. With a London-based delivery team, the international property development company focuses on delivering both mixed-use property and estate infrastructure. It has completed urban developments in Hong Kong, Malaysia, the USA as well as, London alongside its main flagship project in Greenwich Peninsula.

The developments

There are a number of Greenwich Peninsula properties currently featured on HomeViews. These include The Norton, The Lighterman, The Moore, Cabel & Roper, Waterman Gardens, The Fulmar, The Waterman, No. 1 Upper Riverside, No. 2 Upper Riverside and finally, No. 3 Upper Riverside. The developments are conveniently located only two-minutes to Canary Wharf and eight-minutes to London Bridge via the Jubilee Line with North Greenwich station nearby.

Greenwich Peninsula Reviews

“Fantastic quality build. Very modern feel to the apartment with nice touches, such as Siemens appliances, underfloor heating, Villeroy & Boch sanitary installations etc. Efficient concierge service (never had a package rejected and always get a text reminding me to collect shipments from the office). Typical residents’ gym that is kept clean and generally well-looked after. Another ‘cool’ feature of the development is laundry lockers, where you can leave your clothes to be collected and delivered back by a dry cleaner.” Verified Resident, The Norton

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Love Greenwich life

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4
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Management

I rented in Greenwich Millennium Village and loved the area so decided to pool resources with my girlfriend and purchase a one-bed flat in 2015. We had been to launch events before and underestimated demand so we missed out – this time we got there early and queued for hours to reserve out flat! The flat has been great as my neighbours in are all very friendly and we often chat in the lifts.

When you live in Greenwich next to the river and the Greenwich Ecology Park it doesn’t feel like full on city living and instead I have the best of both worlds. My commute is easy which was important to me as I can walk and avoid the joys of rush hour! Buses are on my doorstep and the convenience to the Jubilee line, and the ability to get anywhere in London quickly.

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I don’t know what it is like post brexit but the peninsula is popular

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4
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5
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5
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Middling London new build

3
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1
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3
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Management

Clean and comfortable and safe for kids. However, our service charge goes up dramatically enough every year that it will probably prove to be a money pit in the end. You’ll also not have your own water heater and will be trapped paying £30 a month plus actual usage to Loka. Three years in, we’re only just starting to be billed accurately. If not for their mandatory 10 year contract with new owners, they would not be able to sustain a customer base.

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Easy access to the rest of London via the Jubilee line, but the actual local shops are out of town style sheds that are incredibly unpleasant to access as a pedestrian. More often, I get the tube one stop to Canary Wharf to run errands.

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I wish I’d realised it was a bad idea to be locked into a contract with an energy company that isn’t beholden to OFGEM rules. Also just how unpleasant the walk to the shops would be–we were rushed into placing a deposit due to the London property market.

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great links

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4
Design
5
Location
4
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4
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The jubilee line is through Greenwich + DLR+ river taxi and trains to charing cross so don’t worry about links to central london. My parents (N Londoners!) still ask how we manage not being on the underground. Actually we’re within walking distance of N Greenwich tube, by my criteria, but hardly use it. If you live in SE London you just don’t miss the tube; if you are not from here it seems as though people base house-buying decisions on a tube map rather than an integrated transport map and therefore big parts of SE London simply don’t feature on their radar, so there’s relatively lower demand. That being said with all this development prices are shooting up and now seem just as competitive to the rest of London, luckily for me I bought a while back before things got silly.

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great investment if you got in early

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5
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So much has happened

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4
Design
5
Location
4
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4
Management

We moved here over 15 years ago and there were only a few of us to start and we formed a tight-knit community and what is incredible that all these years later, many of those people are still living here and enjoying the changes constantly happening around us. We love this sense of change and evolvement that is happening and have watched the dome turn from a white elephant to The O2. It isn’t just developments and restaurants – we’ve got parks and cultural spaces just a short stroll from my apartment and the river on the doorstep. The river is always active – either small commercial boats, yachts or people rowing.

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I could never have predicted what was to come!

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