Construction has begun on a £13million residential scheme that will deliver 65 new homes to a site next to Croydon Flyover.
The new development, situated on the corner of The Waldrons and Davenant Road, will consist of 44 private homes – a mixture of one, two and three-bed units – and 21 housing association flats.
London-based CPMG Architects is responsible for the delivery of the design which is being constructed by contractor Cube Construction on behalf of UK Land Assets Limited.
Chris White, director for CPMG Architects said: “This scheme is an exciting development for Croydon and one which we are proud to be supporting. The new development sits on a sloping site which has created an opportunity to maximise the available area.
“Over 30 per cent of the building will be dedicated to affordable housing and when it is complete the development will also include roof gardens and green roofs on the stepped sections of the building.”
The team behind the scheme includes M&E consultants, MEP Design and structural engineers MC-E. PMQS services have been carried out by MDA Consulting.
The development is expected to be completed this summer and will include nine three-bed, 29 two-bed, 19 one-bed and eight studio flats. Space for 67 bicycles will be included with 32 parking bays.
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