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At The Waldrons, a stunning collection of 2 bedroom apartments are available to purchase with shared ownership. These apartments have been designed to the highest standards, incorporating premium specifications resulting in increased performance and aesthetics. This, combined with stunning panoramic views, makes The Waldrons a truly spectacular development.
The Waldrons is located in Croydon with ample transport choices. Jump on a train from East Croydon station and arrive at Gatwick Airport or London Bridge in just 15 minutes* or access the M25 by car.
Our sales consultants, Redloft will provide you with all the necessary information. Please send an email to: [email protected] Lauren Irwin will be on hand to any questions you may have.
Have you heard about Shared Ownership schemes? Maybe you have but you’re not too sure how it works? We’ve listed a few key points to help you understand it better and for you to decide whether it may be the right choice for you. Read on to find out more!
- Shared Ownership schemes allow you to initially buy 25-75% of a property.
- On the share of the property you don’t own, you pay rent. For example, a 50% share of a property that costs £1000 per month would reduce the rent to £500.
- You are able to purchase more shares in a property at any time, which further reduces the rent.
- Most shared ownership properties are new builds.
- To qualify for shared ownership, you need to be either a first time buyer, earn a combined household income of less than £80,000 (£90,000 in London) or you rent a council or housing association property.
Have any other questions about Shared Ownership? Click here for more information.
“Following the sad and tragic events of Wednesday, 14th June at Grenfell Tower, ccha have made a donation to the Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund in support of all those affected.
This fund will distribute funds to those who have had their home and belongings destroyed by the fire, and the appeal and distribution of funds to victims in need of support will be run by The London Community Foundation, who work in partnership with Croydon Voluntary Action and East End Community Foundation.
More details and ways to donate can be found here.
Although none of our properties are high rise blocks (six stories or more) we wish to reassure residents that we take fire safety very seriously and that their safety is our priority. We have robust measures in place to ensure the safety of all our properties and we continue to work closely with our contractors and consultants to ensure these measures meet all the necessary legal standards.
Further fire safety advice from the Fire Brigade can be found on their website London Fire Brigade – Fire safety”
Tracy Cullen, CEO at ccha.
ccha has completed its newest scheme, which will provide eight new homes in South Croydon.
Simpson Court, which began development in January 2016, is completed ahead of schedule in early November.
Located on Pampisford Road, the property is made up of three two-bedroom apartments and five one-bedroom apartments.
The scheme is named after Angela Simpson, former Director of Corporate Services, who worked at ccha for nearly 29 years before her retirement this summer.
It is the fifth scheme built in partnership with Orbit Homes, taking the total number of homes created to 83 since we started working together.
Tracy Cullen, Chief Executive of ccha, believes the new development is a breath of fresh air in the current housing climate.
She said: “I am incredibly pleased with the results: Simpson Court is not only up to a high standard but has also been completed early, meaning residents are able to move in sooner.
“It provides eight new homes for affordable rent to support the ever-growing housing needs of the community in Croydon.”
The scheme’s official opening ceremony will take place on Tuesday 15th November and will be attended by guests including the Mayor of Croydon, Councillor Wayne Trakas-Lawlor.