Ruskin Square Croydon
The development of Ruskin Square will act as a catalyst for the wider regeneration of Croydon
Ruskin Square will attract inward investment, aid with the retention of existing companies and attract new businesses by providing much-needed modern office space within new areas of public realm.
A mixed use scheme comprising offices, residential, retail and external areas of new public realm.
This site is at the centre of the Croydon's Central Business District regeneration.
It is part of a wider East Croydon masterplan promotion by the Croydon Council and comprising the adjoining areas around East Croydon Station. The masterplan contents allows for maximum flexibility in how the plans are developed. The site benefits from vacant possession and can be delivered expediently.
Stanhope and its partner are looking to be able to commence construction in a first phase in 2012, then construction is to commence on station improvements including a new pedestrian bridge to be opened in later 2013.
“Ruskin Square is critical to Croydon's regeneration - it's the primary gateway into the borough, occupying a key site between the town centre and one of the capital's busiest transport hubs at East Croydon station.”
Jon Rouse, Croydon Council