The joint venture between Countryside Properties, Taylor Wimpey Developments and Greater London Agency is fixed to be a sustainable village based in the heart of the capital. The development at Greenwich, London, will provide a location for local homes with community, retail, healthcare, sports, recreation and educational facilities – including a new primary and secondary school, access to 50 acres of parkland and a 4-acre freshwater ecology park.
The Mobas digital team successfully met Greenwich Millennium Village Ltd’s requirements to create a website for this exceptional development, embracing the exciting London lifestyle. The high-spec Mobas-built website integrates interactive site plans and plot locators, as well as availability, specifications and up-to-date information on all aspects of the development.
Greenwich Millennium Village is set to be a range of innovative apartments and penthouses in a premier location. It will comprise a collection of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms adjacent to the Greenwich Yacht Club, making it a very sought-after area in London. The website, created by Mobas, enables prospective buyers to access the latest information regarding the properties and overall development at www.gmv.gb.com
Says Lisa Hill, Marketing Consultant, at Greenwich Millennium Village: “It is a real breath of fresh air to work with an agency like Mobas that has a positive, helpful and the 'nothing is too much trouble' attitude. We've had to work to some really tight deadlines with this site, which to date have all been met”.
Digital Projects Manager, Martyn Abbott says: “Working in conjunction with Greenwich Millennium Village Ltd, we were able to get a very detailed brief for this project. With the various events fast approaching in London we were on a tight deadline to get the website launched by the end of June, which was achieved with time to spare! We are operating a continuous programme of improvements to the site and will shortly be adding additional functionality. The feedback from the client has been very positive, which we of course are delighted with”.