Tollers Lane Estate is in south Croydon, CR5 1DW. At the moment there is no exact proposed site for building, because Brick by Brick will be undertaking a wider study to identify areas within the estate where new homes could be built. This will not involve pulling down any existing properties.
Following on from the recent design information event on Thursday 30th June, we held another event on Friday 22nd July 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
There is already significant pressure on the local infrastructure, particularly:
Drainage / sewage (residents wanted reassurance that this would be addressed)
Residents queried whether the council had considered Homefield (it has) and asked why there were currently no proposals to develop at Stoats Nest Village where there is a large area of open space with good transport connections
Locating it on the edge of the estate is of concern – parents will not be able to supervise and therefore it will be unsafe for their children.
A major issue for residents.
The area is poorly served by public transport.
Plans for a bus service for the estate did not materialize and this is still much needed.
There is already considerable parking stress and the proposals will make this worse.
One resident felt that between 100 – 150 additional parking spaces were necessary to accommodate the existing and proposed new residents
One person with a medical condition said that it was already very difficult to park near their property
It was felt that emergency access had not been taken into account.
Concerns raised about the environmental impacts
Poor and needs upgrading.
Concerns that the new properties will block the light
Red lines at the passing spaces to prevent cars parking there
One person requested parking bays at Site 2
More spaces for young people of all ages to play safely
2 double bedroom properties for people with disabilities / elderly
3 bedroom properties
Comments or questions
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