Plans for more than 80 flats in Kidbrooke are set to be approved as part of a £1bn regeneration project.

Berkeley Homes submitted an application as part of the Kidbrooke Village project.

The wider masterplan for the former Ferrier Estate was approved by Greenwich Council in 2009, comprising of 4,000 homes that will be split across seven phases.

These proposals are the final in the second phase, which has had 534 homes built since 2010.

Berkeley is proposing 85 apartments, predominantly two-bedroom, along with car and cycle parking near Moorehead Way.

Planning experts at the council have earmarked the scheme to be approved at a meeting next week.

A report explains: “The proposed apartment building has been designed to a high standard and incorporates materials that respond sensitively to the existing surrounding neighbourhoods: both the historic Cator Estate and the more contemporary elements of the Kidbrooke Village development.”

The Ferrier Estate, demolished in 2012, was built between 1968 and 1972 and consisted of 74 blocks, ranging from houses to 13-floor towers.

Berkeley said in its application: “The proposed development would make efficient use of the remaining brownfield land within phase two and provide new high-quality energy efficient and sustainable flats.”

There are 30 affordable homes included in this part of the scheme, with 1,771 planned overall.