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Brady Mallalieu reveals £6.5 million Croydon supported housing

[FIRST LOOK + PLANS] Brady Mallalieu Architects has submitted plans for this £6.5 million supported housing scheme in South Croydon

Backed by mental heath charity Together, the ‘extra care’ residential project in Pampisford Road includes 31 houses and flats.

Practice co-founder, RIBA president elect Angela Brady, describes the development as a ‘significant investment in the Borough’s mental health and extra care services provision at a time when these services are under considerable financial pressure’.

The scheme is due to go to committee on 10 February.

Project data

Use: Supported housing for mental wellness
Size: 31 extra-care houses/flats with communal facilities, including one overnight staff unit and two visitor suites.
Cost: £6.5 million
Client: Together: Working for Wellbeing
Architect: Brady Mallalieu Architects
Structural: Price & Myers
QS: Appleyards DWB
CfSH Assessor: Price & Myers
CDM: The Quoin Consultancy

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