Stanta have been appointed by Henry construction to design, supply and install all SFS infill walls to the large Taberner House residential re-development in central Croydon.
The site was home to council headquarters from 1967 until 2013, when employees moved into the adjacent Bernard Weatherill House and the site was earmarked for regeneration. Taberner House was demolished in 2015.
The new development which will consist of 514 new homes, of which 179 will be affordable, within four buildings ranging from 13-35 storeys. At ground floor level they will provide 13,000 sq foot of retail and office space while the site will also benefit from a new play area, pavilion café and high-quality public space as The Queen’s Gardens is enhanced with new landscaping. A new east-west route through the gardens will encourage pedestrian travel around the town centre.
The ambitious scheme is a collaboration between HUB and social impact investor Bridges Ventures, the fifth of its kind. They have engaged Stirling Prize winning architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris and Grant Associates to design the buildings and landscaping.
Stanta have commenced design and will be onsite in Q2 2019. For more info please visit our project page.