UK's second tallest building to be built in Croydon

Councillors in Croydon have unanimously approved plans to build Britain's second tallest building in the town centre.

The council's planning committee said the decision to approve the 68-storey tower block was "one of the hardest decisions ever made".

Buildings at 1-5 Lansdowne Road and Voyager House at 30-32 Wellesley Road are now set to be demolished and replaced with 68 and 41-storey towers with an 11-storey block connecting the two towers.

CZWG Architects LLP has drawn up a dramatic design featuring a four star inter-continental hotel, 330 private and serviced apartments,16500m2 of grade A office space, new leisure centre and a public restaurant and bar with a viewing gallery over Wellesley Road.

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