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WALK THE DOME - 13 & 27/11/2001

This is the new home for an article that I previously wrote for the Westcombe Society and hosted by my past employer. Having now retired and needing to refer others to this work, for historical record purposes, I thought this was the best way to do it as I no longer have access to my own server. 2,835 more words


What next for the cable car? It still has no Oyster card commuters...

Last year, this website told you there were no Oyster card commuters. Guess what? There still aren’t any. There’s more in this story I’ve written for Londonist: … 915 more words

Local Stuff

Schools for 2000+ pupils coming to Greenwich Peninsula

Following on from my last post which looked at a proposed 36 storey tower beside the o2, this post heads south a couple of hundred metres to cover proposed schools. 533 more words


Another tower proposed in Greenwich - this one 36 storeys

With much recent focus on developer Knight Dragon’s 15000 home masterplan at Greenwich Peninsula it has been easy to forget that other developments are being worked on at the Peninsula. 353 more words


we remember

Today we remember.

On Sunday we remembered at the Gasworks WW1 Memorial here on the Peninsula. It was a special morning for a number of reasons. 285 more words


Making statements at London Design Festival

It’s that time of year again when London turns into a playground for the design community. We throw on our running shoes, make up some maps and try and get to as many as the interesting, weird and wonderful sights and sounds the capital has to offer – and the best in overseas talent. 270 more words

Interiors Shows

15,720 new homes approved at Greenwich Peninsula - joining thousands of others now underway

Last night Greenwich council board approved the new Peninsula masterplan covering developer Knight Dragon’s sites. Its will increase the number of homes across the Peninsula by 5690 from earlier plans, to 15,720. 1,028 more words