Fairfield Homes is a residential development of 421 new homes from Brick to Brick in Croydon, London CR9.
The new homes are a mix or studios to 2, 3 and 4-bedroom family-sized apartments built in 5 blocks ranging from 7 to 29 storeys in height. 69 at Shared Ownership homes.
The scheme will also include:
- A 1,000 sqm space for an NHS health centre
- More than 40 specially-designed flats for people who use wheelchairs
- Step-free access to improve pedestrian links between Fairfield Halls, neighbouring developments and towards East Croydon station
- 750m2 landscaped open space, including a children’s play area
- Sustainable energy measures such as solar panels and air-source heat pumps
- More than 780 cycle spaces
- 13 disabled parking spaces and 12 car club parking bays
Designed by MICA Architects and Common Ground Architecture.
- 4 of the 5 buildings were designed by MICA Architects, comprising 343 homes.
- Brick by Brick's own practice Common Ground Architecture (CGA) has designed one block of 78 homes.
- The blocks range in height from 7 to 29 storeys.
- Photovoltaic panels;
- Rainwater harvesting and greywater recycling;
- Surface water runoff reduced through green roofs and soft landscaping.
Work will start on site end 2020, and the first homes will complete early 2024.
2020 April - Planning permission for the erection of five buildings ranging in height from 7 to 29 storeys to provide 421 residential flats (Use Class C3), flexible commercial space at ground floor of Building A (Use Class A1/A2/A3) and Buildings C and E (A1/A2/A3 and/or B1/D1 or D2) together with associated cycle parking, public realm and landscaping, basement car parking, refuse storage, servicing and access arrangements. Ref. no. 19/04516/FUL.
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