The Faraday Works site comprises four
historic buildings in the north-eastern
part of the Westminster Industrial Estate
in Charlton Riverside.
We are making some changes to the planning application submitted at the end of 2019. Over previous public consultation sessions we’ve listened to and learned from your feedback, and we’re once again asking for your input in orde to create an exemplar London neighbourhood.
Our previous proposals were informed and shaped by two rounds of consultation in February and July of 2019, where we received a combined 72% support for regenerating Faraday Works.
Subsequently, a planning application was submitted to Royal Borough of Greenwich in December 2019 (Ref: 19/4034/F) but no decision has been made.
Shortly after submitting the application, 37 Bowater Road was designated Grade II Listed by Historic England, the only building on site planned for replacement. This means we’re no longer able to proceed with our plans as they stand.
We’re bringing forward revised proposals for the site, that retain much of the ambition and ethos of the previous scheme, and centre the restoration of the historic buildings as a key piece of the Faraday Works story.
(COMBINED FEBRUARY AND JULY 2019 FEEDBACK)
Thank you to all who attended our public consultation events on Thursday 10th, Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th June 2021, we hope you found the events valuable and informative.
For the webinar event, the project team shared a presentation with an update on the revised proposals, followed by a Q&A session where residents were able to ask questions.
During the architectural tours on the Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th June, residents were able to meet the project team on site to discuss the proposals and ask any questions they may have in person.
If you have not done so yet, we can encourage you to provide your feedback on our proposals by scrolling to the bottom of this page or by returning the questionnaire in the freepost envelope that accompanied the consultation booklet.