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To find Enderby Wharf:
Regrettably the wharf and the house are temporarily inaccessible.
The direct walking route is from central Greenwich, along the riverside path past the power station and the Cutty Sark pub, then through the new housing until seeing the loading equipment on the jetty. Enderby House is a short distance past the jetty. Unfortunately this way is blocked until winter 2017/2018 by emergency restitution works to the river wall.
The same applies to the northern approach by the riverside path which can be entered a little north of the 108 bus stop before the Blackwall Tunnel.
A distant view of the land side (the least handsome side) of the house can be obtained across the Barratt construction site at the head of Telcon Way, a new road leading off Blackwall Lane near to its intersection with the Blackwall Tunnel Approach Road.
Discussions between Greenwich council and relevant landowners are under way and a new access to the Enderby waterfront may result. We will keep this note up to date.
How to help
First, thanks for reading so far. Please get in touch using the above details if you have any questions or think you might be able to help with volunteer work or ideas for the future of Enderby House and Wharf.