25-storey bock designed for Brick by Brick
Pitman Tozer has been given planning for a 25-storey mixed-use tower for Croydon council’s development arm Brick by Brick.
The scheme will include close to 130 homes at the Wandle Road car park along with office, retail and leisure space.
The scheme will be built on a former car park in the middle of the town next to the Croydon Flyover.
Half of the new homes will be designated affordable with 68 homes available for private rent or sale.
Pitman Tozer is one of the architects on the developer’s architecture framework.
It is one of the developer’s biggest schemes being built under its portfolio with the 18 schemes currently on site in the borough. It is also planning a 160-home project in Coulsdon, designed by Mary Duggan Architects, and another 102 unit scheme in South Norwood, designed by HTA.
Brick by Brick was established in 2016 to build more than 1,000 homes across the borough by 2019. The £400m turnover firm and its 20 staff, which includes its in-house architect Common Ground, will be launched as a standalone business later this summer.