Countryside Partnerships (Developer), Taylor Wimpey Central London (Developer), in association with the Mayor of LondonBuilt on a former 300-acre brownfield site, Greenwich Millennium Village (GMV) is a joint venture development between Countryside and Taylor Wimpey Central London, in association with the Mayor of London. Over the last 22 years, one of Europe’s most exciting regeneration schemes has fast become an integrated community of homes, businesses and places of leisure.
Once complete, the development will deliver over 2,800 new homes, all set within distinct neighbourhoods and designed with landscaped courtyards linked by tree-lined avenues. Here, residents also benefit from a wealth of amenities, including: co-working spaces, a games room, a nursery, café, shops and community centre. Part of the Parkside Collection, 67 Park Central, the latest phase of homes at GMV, enjoys a prime Parkside position. Comprising a variety of one, two and three-bedroom apartments residents also benefit from a plethora of exclusive residents’ facilities. Meeting the demand for communal spaces, given the rise for more flexible working patterns as a result of Covid-19, 67 Park Central features a residents’ lounge with co-working facilities providing opportunities to collaborate and exchange ideas. In addition, the phase also provides a games room which offers an escape from everyday life and an area to socialise whilst the creation of a central podium garden, which includes a communal square and children’s play area, encourages residents to come together. GMV’s tight knit community and village lifestyle has always been one of the development’s unique strengths, setting it apart from other large developments.