EDAW masterplan begins the transformation of Croydon
Work has started this week on EDAW’s masterplan to transform Croydon’s new town and, in the words of council leader Valerie Shawcross, ‘abolish all those tacky, dirty corners’. The masterplan, which will cost 150-200,000, will be largely if not entirely funded by local businesses. It will look at opportunities for further development in one of the areas of London which has been earmarked as suitable for tall buildings, and at improvement of the 1960s building stock and the way it engages ...
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