‘The Movement’ is the name given to the redevelopment of the former Greenwich Industrial Estate, adjacent to Greenwich DLR and mainline station, and just a few minutes wall from Greenwich Town Centre.

Work will be starting on the site towards the end of July 2012 and is expected to take two years, completing in the summer of 2014. We aim to provide you with regular updates and have established a freephone number, 0800 319 6079 which you can use if you have any queries about any aspect of The Movement. You can also email us at contact@themovementgreenwich.com

From the very beginning of The Movement, we’ve been commited to listening to the views of people who will be using the facilities on-site. Back in November 2010, before we submitted our planning submission, we came and talked to you about our proposals and what you though about the scheme. Around 150 of you came to talk to us and enjoyed a cup of coffee too.

The Voice

The Voice

  • It’s throughout the whole aircraft.”The whistle blower said workers found nests in air vents and dead mice in emergency oxygen masks. When mice would get hungry, they ate insulation and chewed through wires.”If they shorted themselves and caused a fire, …

  • However, this strategy moves up from smartphones, not down from PCs. I’m not envisioning taking a PC and turning it into a smartphone, but rather turning a smartphone into a PC, and that means it would be best to start …

  • February 2016: Remaining retail/office space to buy or let at The Movement. Located on the Ground Floor of the Prime Place apartment building on the newly completed Lovibond Lane. Join other businesses including Travelodge, Pure Gym and Bright Horizons Nursery on …

  • The temporary Movement Café closed in Greenwich at the end of May 2013 Since opening in time for the London 2012 Olympics, the award winning café – created by artist Morag Myerscough and poet Lemn Sissay – brightened up an …

  • At the recent residents’ liaison meeting, we heard that Willmott Dixon’s Marketing Suite for the new homes on the site will open on 5th September with 50 apartments due to be handed over before Christmas. There will be a range …

  • The next meeting of the Residents’ Liaison Group will be held on Tuesday 16th April at Devonport House (http://www.deverevenues.co.uk/locations/devonport-house.html) from 6.30pm to 8pm. It will include a short presentation by Mike Finlay of GEB (Greenwich Enterprise Board), Cathedral’s partner for …

  • The luxury residential apartments being provided as part of The Movement will soon be available to buy off-plan. Demand for apartments in ‘Prime Place’, located towards the Norman Road end of the site, is expected to be high. This project …

  • The Movement is hosting a stellar line up of poets and spoken word performers on Wednesday 6th February from 7pm. Please see the event page on Facebook for more information. https://www.facebook.com/events/151158545034924/?fref=tshttp://  

  • The Movement Café hosted a resident liaison meeting last night (15th January), keeping local people up-to-date with what’s happening on site. People who came along heard from Cathedral Group’s Development Executive Alex Phillips that the “beating heart of the estate” …

  • There will be another Residents Liaison Meeting regarding the development on Tuesday 15th January from 6.30-8pm. It will be held at The Movement Cafe, Waller Way, SE10 8JA. Everyone welcome, just turn up.