Queens Road, Tirrell Road & Ashby Walk

Queens Road, Tirrell Road & Ashby Walk, CR0 2QX,  is in Croydon and are three sites that are being considered for redevelopment by Brick by Brick. Click here to see an outline of the site area

NewmanFrancis held a community engagement event on Wednesday 25th January 2017, 7pm-9pm at Queens Community Hall, Turner Crescent, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 2NP, where architects and Brick by Brick were present to speak with local residents & stakeholders about the development proposals. If you were not able to attend, you can view the architect’s proposed plans that were shown at the event and the general feedback and suggestions from the consultation below. (Note this will be uploaded after the engagement event)

Following the above event, feedback from residents will be used to inform the proposed development.

Note: If this proposal goes forward it will require Brick by Brick to submit a formal planning application requesting planning consent from the Council’s Planning Department. The Council will publicise planning applications by displaying Site Notices on street furniture (on lamp posts) on roads close to the proposed site. The notice will provide information on how you can submit further comments on the proposed development (see link to the Council’s Planning Department for more information https://www.croydon.gov.uk/sites/default/files/articles/downloads/howtocommentnote42012.pdf )

Architect's proposed plans

PLEASE NOTE: This document is only the proposed plans and are not final

Public Consultation Boards – 25.01.2017

Consultation Feedback

Consultation feedback – Community Engagement Event (25th January 2017)


Key Points

  • Many people were unsupportive towards the development proposals across the various sites.
  • There are fly tipping, littering and dog fouling problems in the area.
  • Fly tipping around the recreational ground is an issue.
  • People felt that the development proposals would effect current residents in terms of parking implications.
  • Large Vehicles (e.g. lorries, refuse vehicles) struggle to get through Beulah Grove.

Key Concerns

  • Some residents were concerned about losing their garages as part of the proposals.
  • The lack of disabled access parking at Ashby Walk.
  • Residents felt that the size and density of the development proposals is too large for the area.
  • Residents expressed concerns about the effect the development proposals would have on their privacy and natural daylight.


  • For there to be improved street lighting in the area.
  • Suggestion for the council to look at communal planting at the recreation ground.
  • People who were concerned about the size of the development proposals suggested for there to be houses (e.g. low-rise maisonnette).
  • For there to be more disabled access parking bays at Ashby Walk
  • Parking restrictions in the area (e.g. controlled parking zone).
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