Mary Duggan, Coffey and Pitman Tozer cleared for Croydon housing

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Council developer on site with more than 1,000 homes

The development company set up by Croydon council to make sure housing is better designed has won planning for another batch of homes in the borough, taking the amount being developed to more than 1,200.

Seven schemes featuring 230 homes designed by Mary Duggan Architects, Coffey Architects, Pitman Tozer Architects and Common Ground Architecture – the Brick by Brick in-house architecture practice – have now been given the green light by local planners.

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