Situated near the banks of the River Thames, in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, this development called Royal Arsenal Riverside by Berkeley offers regal Thames-side living. Open spaces are abundant, from the lawn and formal gardens of Wellington Park through to green corners, wide avenues and broad squares and over 1km of river walks.
Two phases of the development include Waterfront I and II, where prices start from £440,000 to £1850,000, and Pavilion Square with apartments ranging from £457,500 – £627,500. Connecting the two is a public park the size of 13 Olympic swimming pools - around four acres - and has been carefully designed to embrace the many differing aspects of the English countryside.
With its arrival in 2018, Crossrail is all set to provide London and the South East with a world-class, high capacity railway, delivering faster journey times and new journey choices. Ten new Crossrail stations are being constructed along the central route, linking the on-site station at Royal Arsenal Riverside with London destinations including Tottenham Court Road, Bond Street, Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf.
About Berkeley Group
The Berkeley Group was voted one of Britain's Most Admired Company across all industries from 2012 to 2015 and Housebuilder of the Year in 2015. In 2014, it won the Queens Award for Enterprise, and in 2015 was the first house-builder in Britain to have 500 sites registered by the Considerate Constructors Scheme.
The Berkeley Group is made up of five autonomous companies: St George, St James, Berkeley, St Edward and St William. We are publicly-owned and listed on the London Stock Exchange as a FTSE 100 company. Berkeley's business strategy is called Our Vision which focuses on five areas: Customers, homes, places, operations and people. Through this framework the company strives to become a world class business.
Sustainability is at the heart of Berkeley - its biggest aim is to create new places that grace their surroundings and will stand the test of time. The environmental performance of each site is monitored tightly and the company publishes independent research measuring social and economic impact.