King Henry’s Dock

King Henry’s Dock

King Henry’s Dock was the former dockyard for King Henry VIII’s fleet of ships. The site benefits from a long river frontage with spectacular views of Canary Wharf, the City and beyond, and features two docks filled with water.

Situated on the River Thames, on Europe Road, Woolwich, SE18, the historic 1.52 acre site is just 350m from Woolwich Dockyard Station, 600m from Woolwich town centre and 900m from Woolwich Arsenal Crossrail station, with the Woolwich Ferry service located just to the east of the site.

Major regeneration plans are underway in the Central Woolwich area including the Docklands Light Railway extension and Crossrail bringing a  much improved access to the tube network.

Albany secured planning consent in January 2012 for a 15 storey, 100 unit residential scheme comprising of 80 one, two, three bedroom private units and one, two, three bedroom affordable units. The scheme also included an angling club on the ground floor.

Albany Group was one of the first developers to obtain agreement to remove the requirement for affordable housing at this development under s106BA of the Town and Country Planning Act.

King Henry’s Dock

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