Royal Hill

Formation Architects

Royal Hill is on the site of the former Greenwich Police. A distinguished development comprising of 59 residential units with private amenity and ancillary accommodation. The site is located close to the historic heart of Greenwich, opposite to the Grade II listed former Greenwich Town Hall.

A scheme that enriches the architectural topography in one of London’s most historically and culturally rich areas. The architectural design of Royal Hill is characterised by its approximately L-shaped layout and is made of 2 distinct components - the main parent building (Building A) and the link building (Building B) - each with their own circulation core. Subsequently, creating an enclosed landscape courtyard within the development - a key feature to provide physical and visual amenity for residents. A dedicated space for community use is designed to be flexible for a range of uses at ground level. The building ranges in height from 4-6 storeys to relate to the height of the Former Town hall. Royal Hill offers convenience and accessibility to amenities for residents. Ensuring effortless connectivity with various public transportation options at easy walking distance, making it a highly desirable choice for residents. Residents will also be able to enjoy their homes in a unique area where it is full of heritage and culture. The scheme is a walking distance to Greenwich Park, providing residents an escape from the hustle and bustle city life. Residents can also enjoy breathtaking views of Canary Wharf, the O2 and the London skyline from their balconies.