Convoys Wharf :: Shared Description

Convoys Wharf in Deptford was one of the largest industrial sites it the area, at approximately 45 hectares. It was News Internationalís paper importing site, occupying about half of the Thames riverside within Lewisham Borough. It was disused by 2002 when redevelopment of the site was first proposed.

By 2010 permission had been given for a major development including new apartments, employment space, cultural and creative facilities, primary school and some remaining riverside wharf facilities. This was one of the last sites on the riverside between Central London and Greenwich to be redeveloped from industrial use.

Source: Lewisham planning website LinkExternal link
by Stephen Craven
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TQ3777 : Convoys Wharf being redeveloped (2) by Stephen Craven
TQ3777 : Convoys Wharf being redeveloped (1) by Stephen Craven
TQ3777 : Convoys Wharf being redeveloped (3) by Stephen Craven
TQ3778 : Landing stages, Convoy Wharf by N Chadwick
TQ3678 : An entrance to Convoys Wharf by N Chadwick

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Created: Sun, 10 Apr 2011, Updated: Sun, 10 Apr 2011

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