Kidbrooke Village by Berkeley Homes (East Thames) Ltd

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A New Village For London. For Everyone.

Kidbrooke Village is a new and vibrant London community, located in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, offering an outstanding choice of quality, sustainable new homes and apartments.

• Excellent connections into London – 15 minutes to London Bridge*
• Highly desired SE3 postcode
• A range of on-site amenities including Sainsbury’s, café, doctors, dentist, nursey and many more
• Onsite newly formed Cator Park
• 136 acres of open space
• Award winning development

Our current phases include:

Kidbrooke Village Centre - The Square

Kidbrooke Village Centre is the ultimate destination for a convenient lifestyle.

• A collection of Manhattan Suites, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments
• Many boasting stunning views across Cator Park in Kidbrooke Village and further still to Canary Wharf
• Beautifully landscaped private podium
• Adjacent to Kidbrooke train station
• Residents’ will benefit to a new gymnasium with a 24 hour Concierge service

Blackheath Quarter - Urban Houses

Urban Houses is an innovative and very exciting addition to Kidbrooke Village.

• A unique collection of 3 and 4 bedroom homes available within Blackheath Quarter creates exciting new urban living.
• Roof terrace with 360 views
• Show-stopping looks with flexible exterior and interior design
• Close proximity to Blackheath Village and Greenwich
• A range of exclusive resident's only facilities
• Anticipated completion date July/August 2016

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  1. Only 15 minutes to London Bridge
  2. A range of exclusive resident's only facilities
  3. Highly desired SE3 postcode
  4. Award winning development



Kidbrooke Village, Greenwich, London SE3

Sales and Marketing Suite
Kidbrooke Village Sales & Marketing Suite, Blackheath Quarter,
Berkeley Homes (East Thames) Limited
72 – 73 Wallace Court,
40 Tizzard Grove,
Telephone. 020 8150 5151

Opening hours

The Sales and Marketing Suite is open daily 10am to 6pm (Thursdays until 8pm)

Local Information

Leisure Facilities

Each neighborhood is home to exclusive resident facilities which include 24 hour Concierge services and gymnasium.
Residents at Blackheath Quarter will benefit from an exclusive resident clubhouse with facilities including: cinema room, swimming pool, treatment room, business suite and gymnasium.
As well as resident facilities Kidbrooke Village also offers an astounding 136 acres of space – including Sutcliffe Park and the newly created Cator Park. Ideal spaces to relax, be active or stroll through the green river landscaping which flows through the village.

Local Shopping

Blackheath Village

Blackheath Village is home to a wealth of boutiques, high street stores, art galleries and artisan craft stores. Running alongside Montpelier Vale, Old Dover Street and Tranquil Vale, Blackheath Village is the perfect setting for a weekend spent exploring the many shops and restaurants just moments from Kidbrooke Village.

Browse the titles at The Bookshop on the Heath (74 Tranquil Vale), one of London’s oldest and last remaining second-hand bookshops. Just up the street is Sisters & Daughters (18 Tranquil Vale), an award winning lifestyle boutique that fuses together an exclusive range of womenswear, accessories, jewellery, as well as treasures for the home, and darling keepsakes for children. Fashionistas can also visit Phase Eight (30 Montpelier Vale) that sells a variety of contemporary womenswear, as well as a collection of bridal and bridesmaid dresses. Noa Noa (15 Montpelier Vale) offers vintage-inspired Bohemian womenswear for all ages.

Food connoisseurs and novices alike will enjoy exploring Cookery Nook (32 Montpelier Lane), a family-run business that stocks good quality cookware and kitchen accessories.

Greenwich Village

Shopping in Greenwich Village is a mixture of the historic Greenwich Market, quirky independent designer boutiques and high street stores. Shoppers can choose from a range of stores offering everything from vintage to designer fashion, furniture, artisan food and markets.

Parents will love the chemical free and eco friendly baby products featured at Maggie & Tom (52 Greenwich Church Street), while children will delight in the wonders found at Chock-a-Block Toys (5 Nelson Road).

There are a plethora of fashion stores ready to satisfy any style from vintage to high street. Cherry Picked (5A Greenwich Market Road) offers a unique range of designer’s products and Beehive
(320 Creek Road) has a great collection of vintage clothing and accessories.

Bert & Betty (25 Greenwich South Street) have a fabulous range of designer cookware and kitchen gadgetry, while unique Chinese folk paper-cut art can be found at Paper Moon (4 Greenwich Market). Other stores offering handcrafted gifts are Autumn & May (9a Greenwich Market) a contemporary jeweller and The Home Front (2a Greenwich Market). An afternoon of antique hunting in Greenwich Village can be enjoyed with strolls through The Junk Shop (9 Greenwich South Street), Minerva Antiques (90 Royal Hill) and Stewart John (17 Greenwich Market). Each store offers its own unique collection of antiques from 20th century pieces and decorative items to leather products and chandeliers.

Food lovers have a wealth of choice in Greenwich Village from The Cheeseboard (26 Royal Hill) that offers a delicious selection of over 100 cheeses, to Drings Butchers (22 Royal Hill) that boasts over 20 years of experience in producing the finest cuts of meat. Mr. Humbug (12 Greenwich Market) is a must-see for any sweet tooth, while Theatre of Wine (75 Trafalgar Road) is a purveyor of fine wines, rare beers and exquisite spirits.

Canary Wharf

Easily accessible via the DLR from Lewisham or the Jubilee Line from London Bridge, Canary Wharf Shopping Centre offers a wide range of retail options. The upmarket shopping centre is made up of three arcades: Canada Place, Cabot Place and Jubilee Place and houses over 200 shops, bars, restaurants and cafes that are open seven days a week. The centre includes a large Waitrose, complete with sushi bar, café and wine tasting area, as well as a large number of restaurants and eateries providing everything from a quick sandwich at Pret a Manger to a fine dining experience at the Plateau Restaurant. High street fashion retailers such as Next, Gap and Hobbs, sit alongside luxury retailers and brands such as Tiffany, Mont Blanc, Thomas Pink, Hackett and Bang & Olufsen.


Primary Schools

Brooklands Primary School
Primary school with nursery
Medebourne Close, Casterbridge
Road, London, SE3 9AB

Ealdham Primary School
Primary school with nursery
Ealdham Square, Eltham,
London, SE9 6BP

Haimo Primary School
Primary school with nursery.
Haimo Road, Westhorne Avenue,
Eltham, London, SE9 6DY

Henwick Primary School
A primary school with nursery and after school play club.
Henwick Road, Eltham, London, SE9 6NZ

Secondary Schools

Blackheath Bluecoat Church of England School
A voluntary-aided Church of England school for girls and boys and specialist school in maths and computing.
Old Dover Road, Blackheath,
London, SE3 8SY

The Eltham Foundation School
A Trust school in association with the University of Greenwich and a specialist sports college for both girls and boys.
1 Middle Park Avenue, Eltham,
London, SE9 5EQ

Eltham Hill Technology College for Girls
A technology college for girls.
Eltham Hill, London, SE9 5EE

Kidbrooke School
A specialist arts college for girls and boys.
Corelli Road, Shooters Hill Road,
London, SE3 8EP

St Thomas More Roman Catholic Comprehensive School
A voluntary-aided Roman Catholic school for boys and girls it is a specialist college in mathematics,
computing and languages.
Footscray Road, London, SE9 2SU

Thomas Tallis School
A specialist art school and a National School of Creativity. The school also has Leading Edge Status, which recognises that it is involved in the development of innovative teaching methodologies. A new school building will be ready in time for the 2011/12 academic year.
Kidbrooke Park Road, Kidbrooke,
London, SE3 9PX

Henwick Primary School
A primary school with nursery and after school play club.
Henwick Road, Eltham,
London, SE9 6NZ

Holy Family Catholic Primary School
A voluntary aided Roman Catholic primary school with nursery facilities.
Tudway Road, Kidbrooke,
Greenwich, London, SE3 9YX
Higher Education

Greenwich Community College
The largest provider of further adult education in Greenwich and serves a multicultural community of over 10,000 students. The College has over 800 staff on its books and offers a vast number
of courses, with over 2,800 in Adult and Community Learning, Business and Professional Studies, English and Maths, ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages), Health and Social Care, Science, Technology and Gaming, Sports, Leisure and Tourism.

The University of Greenwich
The University of Greenwich is a major, modern UK university, which delivers undergraduate, postgraduate and professional courses to over 20,000 students, across the full range of disciplines.


Berkeley is committed to providing first class facilities and services for everyone at Kidbrooke Village, both today and as its population grows. These include state-of-the-art healthcare facilities located at Kidbrooke Village Centre.

Transport Links

Kidbrooke Village is an integral part of London, and has all the important London connections. It is linked by public transport to the West End, City, Canary Wharf and Greenwich, places of business and leisure, all within easy reach.

This is why the new transport interchange at Kidbrooke Village Centre is key to the proposed master plan for Kidbrooke Village. With excellent connections including London Bridge, Waterloo East, Charing Cross and Victoria, connecting with London Underground at these mainline stations and the DLR at Lewisham. Buses too leave from the transport interchange for destinations all over south east London, including Greenwich and Woolwich.

Nearest stations:

National Train Station logo Kidbrooke (0.2 miles)
National Train Station logo Lee (0.8 miles)
National Train Station logo Blackheath (0.9 miles)

Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Driving directions

By train from Kidbrooke Station – From Central London, cross the railway line via the pedestrian bridge, pass through the ticket office, down the steps opposite onto Tudway Road. Cross the road and turn left, then
turn right into the Kidbrooke Village Centre and follow the parkland walk out onto Kidbrooke Park Road. Weigall Road is directly ahead on the opposite side of Kidbrooke Park Road.

By Car from A2 heading northwest – Heading northwest on
A2/Rochester Way Relief Road going toward A2213/Kidbrooke Interchange, turn slight left at Interchange, continue to follow A2213 (Kidbrooke Park Road) and turn right into Weigall Road.

By Car from A2 heading south – Heading south on A2/Rochester Way Relief Road going toward A2213/Kidbrooke Interchange, continue to follow A2213 (Kidbrooke Park Road) and turn right into Weigall Road.

About Developer

The Berkeley Group builds homes and neighbourhoods. They focus on creating beautiful, successful places in London and the South of England. The business works together with other people to tackle the shortage of good quality homes, and make a lasting contribution to the landscape and to the communities that it helps create.

The Berkeley Group is publicly-owned and listed on the London Stock Exchange as a FTSE 250 company. It has been ranked Britain's most sustainable major house builder for the last 8 years in a row and was voted Britain's Most Admired Company across all industries in 2011.

The Berkeley Group is made up of five autonomous companies:

• Berkeley
• St George
• St James (a joint venture with Thames Water)
• St Edward (a joint venture with the Prudential)
• St William (a joint venture launched with National Grid)

Sustainability is at the heart of Berkeley’s business strategy. Its single biggest contribution 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 they publish independent research measuring the company’s social and economic impact.

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