Kidbrooke Village, Greenwich

At Kidbrooke Village, we are replacing the brutal Ferrier Estate with an exemplary sustainable suburb.

Our intention is to create a new village for London. Not just housing but a close-knit community with shops, schools, squares and parks, set in 86 acres of beautiful open space.

The first phase of this 20-year programme rehoused hundreds of the existing residents in handsome modern homes and reconnected the site with its surroundings. Since then, more than 1,500 homes have been provided for a whole range of people - young and old, professionals and families - with a complete mix of tenures.

Kidbrooke Village is brought to life by a year-round programme of community events and clubs, with many set up and run by the residents themselves. The tradition of a summer fête is now well established, as well as a farmers' market, Christmas celebration, and workshops, field trips and nature volunteering run by the London Wildlife Trust.

Key Facts

  • 270 acres
  • 4,882 mixed-tenure homes, including private and discount market sale
  • Green open space and parkland, with integrated play spaces
  • £65.7million contribution to infrastructure and services
  • A new railway station
  • A new village centre including a community hall, nursery, dentist, pharmacy, doctors surgery and shops 
Sustainability - Case Studies - Kidbrooke Village