Croydon Council choose Lovell for housing project

Houses will be built as part of a four year plan. Photo: Lovell.

Houses will be built as part of a four year plan Photo: Lovell

Housing company Lovell has been selected by Croydon Council as one of its contractor partners for a £75 million development plan to design and build  new homes on sites around the borough.

The council say the homes will be aimed at being both sustainable and affordable.

The company is one of five firms to have been chosen by the council to create homes at a number of sites across Croydon in the next four years. Homes built at each site will be available for rent through Croydon Council.

All of the properties will incorporate some sustainable features and will meet Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes, the system for measuring the environmental performance of new housing. In addition, 23 of the new homes will meet Level 5.

“We are delighted to have been chosen by Croydon Council,” says Lovell regional director Steve Coombs. “We’re very much looking forward to working closely with the council to help create this much-needed, energy-efficient new housing.”

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