Former Cane Hill Hospital – makes an appearance on the BBC

This Grade II Listed residential development at Cane Hill, Croydon for Haxted Developments, is nearing completion.

The scheme is the second project PDR has delivered for Haxted, the first being the 126-unit residential development in Whyteleafe, Croydon – https://pdrconstruction.co.uk/portfolios/126-units-whyteleafe-croydon/

Once completed, our London team will deliver 14 new residential apartments and a spectacular 8 storey standalone home in a converted Victorian Water Tower.

This Design and Build project includes the preservation and sensitive refurbishment of two key legacy buildings of the former Cane Hill Hospital namely, the Administration Building and Water Tower.

The Administration Building’s facade is to be retained and refurbished, with 1,400 GIA m2 new build extension to create a number of 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments, all with terrace balconies.

The Water Tower, once refurbished, will provide high quality living accommodation with garage, living, dining, kitchen, drawing room, lobby and lift, bedrooms and en-suite facilities to floor 1 through to 5, plant to the 6th floor and a further living area on the 7th floor.

This beautiful development will be completed with car parking provisions and extensive hard and soft landscaping.

During the redevelopment work, the Hospital featured in the BBC’s ‘Who Do You Think You Are?’ when David Wallaims visited the site to learn about his great-grandfather’s life after the First World War.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000npqt#:~:text=David%20Walliams%20learns%20of%20his,delves%20into%20his%20family%20history.

 

Client: Haxted Developments

Architect: Mountford Pigott LLP

Structural & Civil Engineering: Colin Tom & Partners

Employers Agent: Alan Wood & Partners

 

Water Tower Accommodation

 

 

Water Tower Bedroom
Water Tower Living Room

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