UK Developer Resubmits Plans for Mixed-Use Development
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UK Developer Resubmits Plans for Mixed-Use Development

06 Apr 2011

UK-based developer Menta has resubmitted plans for the construction of a £250m mixed-use development in East Croydon, UK. Menta's proposal includes the construction of 6,600m² of office space, a 53-storey residential tower with shops and community facilities, and a 165-bed hotel.

UK-based developer Menta has resubmitted plans for the construction of a £250m mixed-use development in East Croydon, UK.

Menta’s proposal includes the construction of 6,600m² of office space, a 53-storey residential tower with shops and community facilities, and a 165-bed hotel.

The development has been designed by architectural firm Make, as part of the East Croydon master plan.

The resubmission comes two years after the firm withdrew initial plans for the site amid a public backlash over height, reports CNplus.