The Deptford Landings will create 1,132 new homes across 11.6 acres, as well as flexible studio space, a range of shops and cafés and an incubator hub that will give smaller, independent businesses the chance to prosper and grow.
Each home and building is designed in a contemporary architectural style that reflects and adds to the area’s rich industrial heritage, offering buildings of excellent design quality that will suit all tastes.
Surrounded by 28 acres of existing parkland, the development is closely connected to nature and there are a number of initiatives being introduced that will increase ecology and bring wildlife back into the area, including the planting of over 300 new trees, alongside green and brown roofs.
As well as the existing parks, homes will be built around private courtyard gardens and a new linear park will be created featuring The Waterline, a water feature that captures the movement of the former Grand Surrey Canal.
Being nestled between so many green open spaces, you could find it hard to believe you are just a five-minute stroll to the River Thames.
Living at The Deptford Landings means you’re never far from popular restaurants, shops or green spaces.
From independent delis to bric-a-brac shops, traditional London cafés to sophisticated bars, Deptford is full of unusual places you’ll want to explore and share with family and friends.
The quirky market stalls and buzzing high street, cutting-edge cultural attractions such as the Laban Building – a contemporary dance theatre designed by the architects behind Tate Modern, position Deptford as one of the most culturally exciting pockets of London.
What’s more, there is a range of excellent primary and secondary schools nearby, including four rated as Ofsted Outstanding – not to mention two world-class universities, Greenwich and Goldsmiths.