Kidbrooke Village is one of the capital’s most successful estate regeneration schemes, with a 20-year vision to create a thriving new community in place of the unpopular Ferrier Estate in partnership with the Royal Borough of Greenwich and the Mayor of London, the scheme more than doubles the number of homes on the site while creating a place where people genuinely want to live.
Our teams have worked with Berkeley on Kidbrooke since its inception more than a decade ago. Our planners secured planning permission for 4,000 homes in 2009 and have since worked with Berkeley Homes and key stakeholders to increase the number of new homes to 4,763 plus 11 hectares of new metropolitan land and 28,000 sqm of commercial and retail space.
Our Graphic Communication team have produced a variety of material to support the project including brochures, leaflets, newspapers and public exhibitions. These have assisted Berkeley in providing public information and documents for the planning process as well as creating marketing materials.
- Estate regeneration with a 20-year vision
- 4,763 new homes
- 23 acres of new parkland and public open space
- 28,000 sqm of commercial and retail space
- 1,000 new trees will be planted
A total of 23 acres of new parkland and public open space will be created, including a new park that flows from north to south through the regeneration area. A total of 1,000 new trees will be planted and new parkland will link Sutcliffe Park to the south with a new train station and the Village Centre to the north.
By working closely with local people, the scheme has been underpinned by high-quality design and a commitment to the public realm, creating an estate regeneration that the community can be proud of.