Civil Engineer: Enginuiti
Project Manager: Gleeds
The new multi-level site was designed to transform the western side of Central Parade in New Addington, Croydon to provide community spaces, state of the art sports facilities and eight new family homes running parallel with the swimming pool, separated only by a considered designed structural wall.
Local businesses needed to maintain ‘business as usual’ so Willmott Dixon undertook and deployed a extremely detailed logics phased plan.
The new flexible space features two multi-purpose halls, a cafe, meeting rooms, offices and dressing rooms, with an option of licence applications for booked events.
The facility provides:
Overall, the project helped create over 75 jobs for local Croydon residents and was where Willmott Dixon held their first Building Lives Academy. This was an initiative to upskill young people in Croydon and provide them with valuable construction experience and gain qualifications within the industry.
The development has provided high quality leisure and community facilities which is a significant improvement on the previous facilities in the area.
The project won the RICS Social Impact 2020 award in recognition of the positive impact Building Lives has made on the community.
The team also helped facilitate the Christmas lights switch on in New Addington, not only donating funds to the charity but helped create their own Santa’s Grotto in the local community.
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99% of waste diverted
CCS Score 40
RICS Social Impact 2020 award won in recognition of the positive impact Building Lives has made on the community.
Helped facilitate the Christmas lights switch on in New Addington. The team not only donated funds to the charity but helped create their own Santa’s Grotto in the local community.
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