2001 Peninsula Management Plan

Below are links to a scanned full copy of the original Greenwich Peninsula Land Management Plan from 2001, prepared by WS Atkins Consultants Ltd in association with Nicholas Pearson Associates on behalf of the landowners at the time, English Partnerships.  English Partnerships were the government regeneration agency from 1993 to 2008.

The document was the first 20 year Management Plan for the  green spaces on the redeveloped Greenwich Peninsula.  These included Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park (listed under Section B as Millennium Village Marsh incorporating the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park), the inter-tidal terraces on the river, Central Park, Millennium Village Green (now called Southern Park), Meridian Gardens (landscaping at the back of the Dome or O2), Ordnance Wharf (a disused and planted pier), Riverside Walk and smaller pocket parks.

Although the plan has been superseded by economic and development changes, it is still a useful reference guide for the cohesion and ecological value of green spaces on the Peninsula.  Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park now has its own separate management plan, prepared by The Conservation Volunteers in association with the landowners, The Land Trust, which can also be accessed via the links below.

The 2001 Plan has been split into sections in accordance to its own structure for convenience and file size purposes.

Section A. Peninsula-Wide

Section B. 1. Millennium Village Marsh (incorporating the Greenwich Peninsula Ecology Park)

Section B. 2. Inter Tidal Terraces

Section B. 3. Central Park & Millennium Village Green

Section B. 4. Meridian Gardens, Ordnance Wharf and Riverside Walk

Section B. 5. Other Areas