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Restaurant Review – Peninsula Restaurant, InterContinental The O2

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food

With regards to eating out, the area surrounding the Greenwich Peninsula was, until last year, still very much a plot of inoperable, muddy wasteland. 836 more words

The London Economic

My Sunday Photo - colourful cranes

Cranes are a normal sight in London. Construction of all sorts is everywhere. We were at the Greenwich Peninsula yesterday and I spotted these. It’s even more of a boost to find colour where it’s unexpected.   10 more words

South East London

'Affordable' housing on Greenwich Peninsula: The Channel 4 News investigation

Long-suffering readers will be aware that this website was the first to raise the issue of the diminishing amount of “affordable” and social housing on Greenwich Peninsula, … 211 more words

Local Stuff

Golf beneath the bright lights

The stunning Greenwich Peninsula Golf Range is a breath of fresh air for London’s golf scene.  Set in the shadow of Canary Wharf’s skyscrapers and just a 9-iron away from the iconic O2 (a.k.a. 432 more words

Golf

A Walk in the (new) Park...??

All text and images, copyright David Riddle, January 2000 (known changes by 2016 in italics)

A lot of people put up with living in a large city purely to enjoy the convenience it offers even if, as residents, we probably rarely venture further than the local shops at the week-end and only hit the ‘smoke’ during the week. 1,980 more words

History

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. 2,834 more words

History