Planning Permission was granted under delegated powers for a single block of apartments comprising 16 x 1 and 2 bed units. Twelve car parking spaces were also re-provided for use as Network Rail customer car parking.
We worked tirelessly in the spirit of the coalition Government’s localism agenda to engage with the local community and the planning authority during the pre-application stages to ensure the scheme submitted was acceptable.
The layout is imaginative and it is considered that the proposed building is visually striking and the quality of the design enhances the centre of Coulsdon.
All of the homes met the Building Research Establishment’s Code for Sustainable Homes Level 4 Rating and forty per-cent of the predicted annual energy consumption of the dwellings will be generated from on-site renewable energy sources, principally photovoltaic panels.
The development was formally opened in December 2016 by Councillor Alison Butler, Croydon’s Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Homes, Regeneration and Planning. Further details of the opening event can be found via our News Page.