Phase II on the DYLON Factory Works site in Lower Sydenham will be developed by Weston Homes.
Part of the DYLON textiles dyeing factory site will be transformed into a new £100 million (GDV) high-quality residential development providing 254 apartments, undercroft basement parking, new children’s play space and landscaped gardens.Disclaimer
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Weston Homes has acquired a 4.6-acre site in Sydenham, which will be transformed into a new £100 million (GDV) high-quality residential development comprising 254 apartments, undercroft basement parking, children’s playground and landscaped gardens.
This is the second phase of the DYLON textiles dyeing factory complex adjacent to the already completed Dylon Works by Crest Nicholson and Bellway's Maybrey Works, which is currently under construction.
Designed by Ian Ritchie Architects, with detailed design by Weston Homes in-house architectural and design team, the site comprises two 4 to 11-storey buildings with a large communal resident’s garden extending down towards the Pool River, as well as a new lit river walk.
The apartments will all have balconies and full-height windows.
The 20-month construction programme is expected to start in late 2022.
The Lower Sydenham Railway Station (TfL Travel Zone 4) just 200 metres from the site, offering direct access into central London in 25 minutes. Access to the South Circular Motorway network is just 3 miles to the north.
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