Royal Arsenal Riverside


Berkeley is proud to have passed the 20-year milestone in the 30-year £1.2 billion regeneration at Royal Arsenal Riverside. Historically deprived and largely isolated, the 88-acre brownfield site, featuring a new station on the Elizabeth Line and a vibrant leisure, retail and creative arts district to rival Southbank, is now a thriving destination and one of London’s most signification developments.

This is not just another housing development, but one that exudes vibrancy, personality and a real community spirit, with over 3,975 new homes delivered in contemporary and restored buildings, a great mix of famous brands and independent businesses, a medical centre, as well as the impressive new cultural district - all in an amazing riverside setting. Delivering high-quality homes has been essential in an area where social housing accounted for 98 per cent of all homes in the year 2000. Residents are opening businesses on-site, networking with each other, and organising events – all facilitated and encouraged by Berkeley. Residents enjoy fantastic health and wellbeing facilities at the exclusive The Waterside Club as well as the benefit of four-acre Maribor Park. Recent milestones include the opening of new cultural district Woolwich Works and the arrival of Crossrail at the on-site station, making this one of the best connected new developments in the capital. Royal Arsenal Riverside is bursting at the seams with history, character and culture. It is attracting people to live, work and socialise, boosting the economy and putting Woolwich on the map as a new destination.