Chertsey Crescent is in south Croydon, CR0 ODB. The proposed site is garages to the rear of 110-124 Chertsey Crescent. Click here to see an outline of the site area.
The proposed buildings are 5 new homes.
We held an event on Tuesday 28th June to give you an opportunity to give your views and find out more about the proposed development on this site. If you were not able to attend, you can see the architect’s proposed plans that were shown at the event and the general feedback and suggestions from the consultation below.
Once you have had the opportunity to look over the proposed designs, you are welcome to leave any comments or questions you may have in our webform below.
Architect's proposed plans
PLEASE NOTE: This document is only the proposed plans and are not final
The garages are used by two people who filled in the survey
Overall the area is currently poorly used and the survey shows it is a site of ASB, fly-tipping and poor lighting.
People generally agreed that the garages couldn’t stay as they are although they didn’t necessarily want houses there instead
Of the 5 respondents of the survey, 2 were ‘Unsupportive’ and 3 were ‘Undecided’.
Key Concerns Raised
Parking in the area is very difficult, especially since double yellow lines were put on Chertsey Crescent recently. All residents were concerned about the extra pressure on parking that this would cause. It was repeated frequently that one space per house wouldn’t be enough because most families have at least two cars.
Concern about overlooking from the new homes, especially from the top floor. The 1-storey bungalow was much preferred to the 3-storey houses.
Concern about impact to local services, especially the Gps/health centre
Concern with the scale of development in Addington as a whole.
One man uses the garages for storing his 3 motorbikes, and he was happy for houses to go there only if his storage was re-provided.
Don’t build so many homes, 4 is too many.
Need more parking in the area.
Build a new green space with parking nearby instead
If you are going to build, build 1-storey properties instead.
Comments or questions
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