The Croydon developer talks to Housing Today about plans to take its model of delivering affordable homes across the capital
Small sites – the kind most developers won’t touch – can play a vital role in tackling the housing crisis in Croydon and other urban boroughs. So says Colm Lacey, chief executive of Brick by Brick and former director of development at Croydon council, who is passionate about creating affordable homes in south London and eventually beyond. The firm’s latest development, which will start on site early next year, is a 400-home project on a plot alongside the Fairfields Halls complex, a £40m refurbishment of a concert venue it recently completed in the centre of Croydon.
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