THE COUNCIL'S vision for how Greenwich Peninsula might look in the future has been unveiled.
A "masterplan" has been put out for consultation, and would help guide developments on the western side of Greenwich Peninsula for years to come.
The document looks at ways the potential for undeveloped land on the western side of the peninsula can be unlocked.
A standout feature of the plans, first revealed by 853, is a new multi-use entertainment complex with a capacity of 40,000.
The complex could also include an integrated university faculty and the document also suggests a dedicated sporting facility, such as a new permanent home for the Soccerdome and possibly one of the large structures that has been built for the shooting events on Woolwich Common.
The document says: "The huge potential of the site lies in its riverside location with spectacular views over Canary Wharf to the north east and Greenwich, the World Heritage site, to the south."
The plans, along with a consultation, can be seen in person at presentations this afternoon and on Saturday morning at the Forum.
Masterplans have also been published for Eltham Town Centre, Charlton Riverside and Woolwich Town Centre.