Croydon Partnership public consultation

Croydon Partnership holds public consultation to present key updates on Croydon's growth zone.

The Croydon Partnership, the joint venture between Westfield and Hammerson, has announced details of a public exhibition to present updated plans for its £1.4 billion regeneration of Croydon’s Whitgift shopping centre.

Situated in the heart of Croydon’s shopping centre, the exhibition is hosted by members of the Croydon Partnership’s planning and development team and offers visitors key information and visual displays of the entire project with an overview of the newly proposed upgrades to the scheme.

Redevelopment of the shopping centre will bring:

  • A new high quality shopping and entertainment destination in the heart of Croydon
  • A major new department store in addition to a new Marks & Spencer store
  • Over 300 shops, restaurants & cafes across three stores
  • A family friendly leisure offer including a multiplex cinema with IMAX screen
  • A safe and secure environment that is active throughout the day and into the evening
  • Up to 1,000 new homes
  • Improved car park space

Venue:

Whitgift shopping centre, Croydon (Ground Floor, next door to the WH Smith entrance, on the right hand side as you enter the main Whitgift entrance from North End)

Dates:

Thursday 12th May - 14.00 to 20.00 hrs

Friday 13th May - 11.00 to 18.00 hrs

Saturday 14th May - 11.00 to 17.00 hrs

Sunday 15th May - 11.00 to 17.00 hrs

Following the consultation, Croydon Partnership will continue to progress with the proposals to submit a revised outline planning application later this summer with the aim to start work in 2017.

Further information, including the opportunity to feedback and comment in a questionnaire is available on the Croydon Partnership website.

Steve Yewman from the Croydon Partnership said: “We have always been fully committed to embarking on consistent and transparent engagement with the local community throughout each phase of this project. The public consultation for our enhanced plans maintains this ethos and we look forward to welcoming as many people as possible to the exhibition.”

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