A DEVELOPER has proposed knocking down three Victorian houses in Greenwich High Road to build new homes.
Four 4-bedroom townhouses would replace the houses at 24-28 Greenwich High Road if the scheme gets planning permission.
"The houses, though possessing a certain dour simplicity, are unremarkable examples of later Victorian housing and do not have any notable heritage significance or architectural merit," notes a Heritage Statement accompanying the planning application.
The plans for the 4-storey homes, each with an added basement, have been revised following an earlier application and a public exhibition held in January.
The developer behind the scheme is Periquin Limited, which lists Lady Rona Zara Delves Dowager Broughton as its sole director.
The same company is also redeveloping Maurice Drummond House in Catherine Grove, adjacent to 24-28 Greenwich High Road, as a new hotel which is due to open in the next few weeks.