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Consultation over plans to transform Taberner House site into 500 homes


Redevelopment plans proposed for the Taberner House site will be discussed at a special event on Thursday, January 19.

As well as having the opportunity to see the proposed designs and express their views and aspirations for the former Croydon Council headquarters, local people who attend the event will also have the chance to meet the development team and architects involved in the regeneration.

Award-winning residential developer HUB has been appointed to redevelop the site. Specialising in building homes for families and young professionals in the capital, HUB’s proposals include building about 500 new apartments, of which at least 30 per cent will be affordable housing.

The flats, which will be arranged into a number of blocks, will have commercial space on the ground floor and The Queen’s Gardens will also be revitalised as part of the improvements.

Councillor Alison Butler, deputy leader and cabinet member for homes, regeneration and planning, said: ““This site is really important for all of Croydon and now is the time for local people who live and work in the area to have their say on the proposals. I’d encourage everyone to attend and share their thoughts to help shape the ongoing redevelopment of this site.”

The event is taking place between 6pm and 8.30pm at Friends Meeting House on Park Lane. If you are unable to attend the event but would like to share your views, you can complete an online survey here. If you have questions you can call 0203 887 3663.