LJJ secures first wave of Greenwich Peninsula

LJJ, contractor

LJJ is responsible for the M&E contract for a development of 161 apartments as part of Knight Dragon’s regeneration scheme for Greenwich Peninsula. The Greenwich Peninsula scheme, designed by Miller Hare Architects, comprises 10 000 new homes, 48 acres of open space and a commercial district with 325 000 m2 of retail, hotel and school accommodation,

LJJ is involved in delivering one of the first residential projects — a 2-block development of 67 premium apartments, 18 key-worker apartments and 76 social-housing units designed by architects Jestico & Whiles.

Common areas will include LED lighting throughout and PIR presence and absence detection.

Each apartment will have an independent unit for mechanical ventilation and heat recovery. There will be underfloor heating in the premium and key-worker apartments, with wall-mounted radiators in the social-housing units.

LJJ wil also install the infrastructure to link the scheme to the planned district-heating system that will serve the entire Greenwich Peninsula development.

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