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Construction Enquirer: "Hammerson's £1bn Croydon shopping centre start pushed back to 2017"

"Hammerson is in ongoing talks with anchor tenants for the new shopping centre"
[which may mean John Lewis has so far failed to sign up]

"Developer Hammerson has put back until next year the construction start on its £1bn scheme to redevelop Croydon's Whitgift shopping centre.

"The project is one of three major schemes Hammerson plans to start in 2017 with a combined construction cost of up to £1.4bn.

"It is the second time the developer in joint venture with Westfield has pushed the ambitious scheme back a year."

"Goodsyard plan includes a 220,000 sq ft retail 'village', 1,350 flats and substantial public realm including a new park"

"... Hammerson in joint venture with Ballymore is also hoping to start its £800m Goodsyard scheme on the London City fringe in Shoreditch next year.

"Last September, the Mayor of London called in the 2.8m sq ft mixed-use development due to non-determination by local planning authorities Hackney and Tower Hamlets."

"If all goes to plan the revamped Brent Cross sopping [sic] centre could open in 2021"

"It is also hoping to start the 1m sq ft Brent Cross shopping centre extension and refurbishment next year, subject to CPO power being granted for development land at an inquiry in May." [Yeh, right.]

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