Thornloe Gardens is in central Croydon, CR0 4EN. The proposed site is the garages to the rear of 38-44 Thorneloe Gardens. Click here to see a map of the site area.
The site is currently used for garages.
The proposed buildings are approximately 8 residential terraced houses.
We held an event on Wednesday 22nd June to give you another 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
1 supportive, 6 undecided and 11 unsupportive of the proposal in the survey.
No-one surveyed uses the garage site
Current site is seen as an eyesore with problems of flytipping and security problems.
2 Residents were very unhappy about the proposals. Resident A expressed that ‘she will want to be bought out if this goes ahead’ in survey.
Key Concerns Raised
Proposed 3 storey properties too high
Concern on noise level increase through new residents (eg. Children playing outside)
Reduced sunlight and privacy in neighbouring gardens
Too many units for the space available
In favour for single to two storey units similar to the development of the backland on Bates Crescent nearby
Single storey units could be used for those who wish to downsize from bigger properties.
In favour for housing for social rent or elderly/vunerable residents. Resistance to private sale.
Concern if boundary wall will be replaced at same height.
Some of the Blake Court residents support the development of a corner shop, they feel there is a need of a close shopping opportunity for the area.
Residents felt that 3 bed family houses are not appropriate for the site for many reasons (if more than one car is required per unit it increases parking stress on the street, increase density and the effect this has on house prices.
Noise of cars using the alley and passing bedrooms, resident suggested electric cars instead.
Residents are wondering what is happening to the disuse substation and alley to the south of the property.
Comments or questions
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