Kidbrooke Village

Berkeley, Kidbrooke Village, Feature, Spaces

Kidbrooke Village is located in one of London's most popular locations, the Royal Borough of Greenwich and comprises of four distinct neighbourhoods, integrated seamlessly into one community. These include: The Village Centre (Birch House, Centrum Court and Agora Court), Meridian Gate, Blackheath Quarter and City Point.

Kidbrooke was also home to the Ferrier Estate, built from 1968, and one of the largest and most deprived council housing developments in London. The housing estate was demolished in 2012 and redeveloped as Kidbrooke Village, a development of 4200 homes.

Ten hectares of land have been allocated as Metropolitan Open Land which forms a new ‘green river’ running through the centre of the masterplan. Taller residential  buildings front this open space benefiting from views across public amenity facilities such as sports pitches, formal and informal gardens and outdoor performance space, with the scale of the buildings reducing towards the edges to respond to the context. Safe and attractive routes for pedestrians and cyclists are provided along ‘green fingers’ which run along all the desire lines and link to the surrounding neighbourhoods.

The project is a major regeneration scheme for the UK, led by Berkeley Homes with partners Greenwich Council. It will cost £1bn to deliver and transform a deprived area just smaller than Hyde Park into somewhere people love to live. Already early phases are complete and a community is emerging alongside 35 hectares of parkland and sports pitches.

Ashford have been providing management services on the project since 2017 across various phases, Inclusive of Water Treatment consultation, commissioning validation & witnessing.


Berkeley Homes


Kidbrooke London

Main Contractor:

Berkeley Homes

Services provided: 

Commissioning Management & Consultancy

Project Start date:

July 2017

Project completion date:

Q4 2024