South Croydon residents got the chance to view Regent Land & Developments’ plans for 26 new homes on the old Ken’s Autos site at 359-367 Limpsfield Road.
There was a good turnout for the public consultation, which took the form of an informal drop-in session at St Anthony’s Church, Hamsey Green on 25th May. It allowed members of the public to discuss the initial proposal for the site with the developers and the architects, MDR, prior to the submission of a planning application. who have drafted plans for three bedroom terraced houses and one and two bedroom flats, as well as a ground floor commercial space on the site. The aim of the consultation was to give people the chance to engage with the proposal prior to the submission of a planning application.
The Limpsfield Road project is one of a number of Regent Land & Developments residential developments ongoing across the borough and south London.
“We specialise in developing smaller to medium sized sites that the larger developers probably wouldn’t take on,” said Regent Land Managing Director Pat Maher.
“These smaller sites can often present specific development challenges. But with our experience – both my own and our talented design teams – there is always a solution. That’s where our expertise lies – in unlocking difficult sites.”