This incredible development deal acquired by London Square Partners and Clarion Housing Group will be a key part of the West Croydon Masterplan and create a new gateway to Croydon town centre. Award-winning South London firm, Assael Architecture, has designed the development, which will feature two brick buildings, of 21 and 25 storeys tall and 947m2 of commercial space, and retail and offices at street level with views over to the listed St Michael and All Angels Church. There’ll be pedestrian links to the station and new shopping centre.
Adam Lawrence, Chief Executive, London Square, said: “We look forward to delivering a really outstanding scheme that will help to redefine the West Croydon area and the wider ambitions for the borough. The London Borough of Croydon has been very supportive of our plans.
“Our continued partnership with Clarion Housing Group means that we are able to build 55% affordable homes, as well as for private sale. This will be a major boost for local people and those who want to move to the area. We look forward to working with Clarion on our third joint project.”
In times like these, it’s undoubtedly reassuring and refreshing to hear that positive progress in the plans for Croydon’s regeneration are continuing to take place, and Croydon’s town centre can keep looking towards a bright future.