Company gets approval for second phase of development of Durand Close, Carshalton

Sutton Guardian: Company gets approval for second phase of development of Durand Close, Carshalton Company gets approval for second phase of development of Durand Close, Carshalton

The second phase of the £83m regeneration of a housing estate is underway.

J S Wright has been commissioned by developers Rydon as part of a £600,000 contract to install hot and cold water systems for 61 new houses and apartments Durand Close.

The revamp of the estate is progressing in a number of stages and will result in 474 new homes, 214 of which will be affordable.

Durand Close, which historically had the highest child density in the South East, had 295 outdated flats that were demolished in 2009.

The £600,000 12-month contract, which also includes fitting dry risers as well as rainwater and soil and waste services, is part of the first stage of the Phase 2 redevelopment of the Durand Close Estate for Affinity Sutton.

JS Wright managing director Marcus Aniol said: "We are delighted that our successful completion of the first phase of the regeneration of the Durand Close Estate has led to Rydon awarding us the contract for the first stage of Phase Two."

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2:45pm Thu 7 Feb 13

Michael Pantlin says...

With all those kids mentioned in the report reads like the occupiers are pretty good at regeneration themselves of the human population. Perhaps the council or some obscure body will give them a Breeders Award in recognition.
With all those kids mentioned in the report reads like the occupiers are pretty good at regeneration themselves of the human population. Perhaps the council or some obscure body will give them a Breeders Award in recognition. Michael Pantlin
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1:40pm Fri 8 Feb 13

LiberalsOut says...

Spot on !!!
No doubt it will run over the £83 million budget being Sutton Council
Spot on !!! No doubt it will run over the £83 million budget being Sutton Council LiberalsOut
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2:23pm Fri 8 Feb 13

ResidentTony says...

Full marks to the architects of this development. Stylish and contemporary. Should still look good in 50 years time A welcome boost to this part of Carshalton.
Full marks to the architects of this development. Stylish and contemporary. Should still look good in 50 years time A welcome boost to this part of Carshalton. ResidentTony
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