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Brick By Brick are building new homes across Croydon. We’re a developer built for Croydon. We’re building hundreds of new, high-quality homes each year and sending the proceeds to Croydon Council to invest in public services. A new kind of developer, delivering the housing local people need and putting the profits to work for the local population.

We are hosting a number of public events relating to potential future sites to gather views from residents and organisations and to keep them informed of the next stages.

Why have I received a leaflet from Brick by Brick?

You have received a leaflet because your home or business is within approximately 100 metres of a site that we are planning to develop. During November and early December 2019, we are holding public events with local residents and businesses to gather views and seek feedback. In some cases, this will be to talk to you about some of our initial design proposals, and in others, we would simply like to talk to you about your local area.

Does this mean Brick By Brick will definitely be building on these sites?

We have now completed initial site investigations and, based on the results of these investigations, we can now confirm that these sites are suitable for development.  The final development proposals will be influenced by feedback from local residents and businesses gathered at these public events, from feedback from Croydon Council as the Local Planning Authority through a pre-application process, and also influenced by what is feasible within existing site constraints.  All sites will require planning permission.

How can I find out when the public events are for sites near me?

Dates of the public events, along with times and venues are shown on the leaflet.  Information can also be found on the Commonplace web page.

The table below shows where all our past and upcoming events will take place

Site Date and Time Venue
Bramley Hill Wednesday 6 November

2pm – 8pm

Lohana Community Complex

Church Road

Croydon

CR0 1SH

Grasmere Road Thursday 7 November

2pm – 8pm

St Luke’s Church Hall

78 Spring Lane

Woodside

London

SE25 4SP

Crystal Terrace Garages

(Upper Norwood)

 

Tuesday 12 November

2pm – 8pm

The Chevening Hub

Upper Norwood Recreation Ground, Chevening Road, London, SE19 3EA

Hawthorn Crescent

(Selsdon)

Tuesday 12 November

2pm – 8pm

St John’s Church

Upper Selsdon Road

South Croydon

CR2 8DD

Duppas Hill Terrace

(Waddon)

Wednesday 13 November

2pm – 8pm

Lohana Community Complex

Church Road

Croydon

CR0 1SH

Holmesdale Road Estate

(Selhurst)

Thursday 14 November

2pm – 8pm

Selhurst Railway Club

Station Approach

Dagnall Park

London SE25 6NS

 

Kempsfield House & corner of Wontford Road

(Kenley)

 

Tuesday 19 November

4pm-8pm

&

Saturday 23 November

9am – 1pm

Old Lodge Lane Baptist Church

Reedham Park Ave
Purley
CR8 4BQ

Atlanta Court

(Thornton Heath)

Wednesday 20 November

2pm – 8pm

Parchmore Methodist Church

53-55 Parchmore Road

Thornton Heath

Croydon

CR7 8LY

 

Farnborough Avenue

Shepherds Way

Warren Avenue

(Monks Hill)

Tuesday 26 November

4pm-8pm

&

Saturday 7 December

9am – 1pm

St Francis Church Hall
146 Tedder Road
South Croydon
CR2 8AH
College Green

(Upper Norwood)

Saturday 30 November

9 am – 2 pm

The Chevening Hub

Upper Norwood Recreation Ground

Chevening Road

London

SE19 3EA

Monks Hill Saturday 7th December 2019: 9 am—1 pm St Francis Church Hall
146 Tedder Road
South Croydon CR2 8AH
New Addington and Fieldway Saturday 7th December from 10am to 4pm Addington Community Centre
90 Central Parade, New Addington
CR0 0JB

What will Brick By Brick do with the comments received at the public events?

Brick By Brick will review all the comments received, and where appropriate, we will work with the project teams to make amendments to the development proposals where it is feasible to do so, before submitting a planning application.

Once a planning application is submitted, you will have a further opportunity to review the plans and formally comment via the council’s website https://publicaccess3.croydon.gov.uk/online-applications until the stated deadline. These comments are submitted directly to Croydon Council as the Local Planning Authority.

The following link contains useful information on how to comment on planning applications https://www.croydon.gov.uk/sites/default/files/articles/downloads/Note%204%20-%20How%20to%20comment%20on%20a%20planning%20application.pdf

What if I cannot make the public event?

You can also comment on the proposals online here. 

Each site will go live from the day of the first public event for that site. You will be able to view the information that is being presented at the event on-line and will have an opportunity to comment on the proposals.  You will still have the opportunity to comment on-line even if you do attend the event as we recognise that some people like time to consider things before commenting.

I am concerned about the level of disruption during the building works if new homes are to be built on the site. How will this be managed?

We aim to keep any inconvenience to a minimum during the development process. We expect our building contractors to register for the Considerate Contractor Scheme.  This scheme aims to ensure that contractors follow a code of practice that includes Care about Appearance (site set up and staff), Respect the Community, Protect the Environment, Secure everyone’s Safety and Value their Workforce.

Residents will be invited to a ‘Meet the Contractor’ event before the main works start on site and will receive regular newsletters from contractors giving details of progress on site and upcoming works, along with details of who to contact in the event of any concerns.  Notices will also be clearly displayed on site noticeboards.  In addition, for larger developments, residents and key stakeholders within the catchment area will be invited to attend regular meetings or drop-in sessions with Brick By Brick and the building contractor appointed to carry out the construction works.

Once the public events are complete, when and how will I find out what the final proposals look like?

We will provide updates via our online engagement forum here where you can also register your details if you would like to receive regular updates.  There will also be an opportunity to comment online via the Planning Portal (more information on this in Q4. above) where the final plans will be available to view.

When do you expect the work to start on site and how long until the new homes will be built?

We are aiming to submit planning applications in February/March 2020.  The works are then likely to be starting on site towards the end of 2020, with an aim to complete by Spring 2022.

I am interested in living in one of Brick By Brick's new homes. How can I find out more?

If you are interested in living in one of our homes, you can register your interest here and we will keep you informed as the development progresses.  If you are interested in buying a home from Brick By Brick you can also register your interest here. You can select any of our existing development(s) you are specifically interested in.  The new developments we are currently engaging on will be added to the list after planning permission is granted.

 

How can I find out more about Brick By Brick?

Please see here for more information about Brick By Brick, why we were set up and our aims.

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