Station Avenue architect drawings

Church Walk Shopping Centre


Developing town centre regeneration with a mix of uses.

The scheme will enhance the existing retail centre and introduce new leisure uses as well as bringing much need new housing to Caterham.

  • Sector: Mixed Use Town Centre Regeneration

  • Features:

    • 22 Retail units inc 5 A3
    • 3 screen cinema
    • 178 studio, 1b2p, 2b3p and 2b4p private rental sector flats
    • expanded multi-storey car park with 670 spaces
    • 98 space residents car park
    • improved servicing
    • volumetric modular construction
  • Client: Ropemaker Properties Ltd.

  • Awards: Target Breeam Very Good rating

The redevelopment of Church Walk in Caterham presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to regenerate the town with a high-quality sustainable development featuring a mix of uses.

It provides 22 modern retail units including 5 family friendly restaurants; and a 3-screen cinema. This will be set around a high-quality public space providing the setting for events such as the Caterham Carnival.

Station Avenue Elevation

There will be 178 studio, 1 bed 2 person, 2 bed 3 person, and 2 bed 4 person private rental sector apartments over 4 floors.

It will feature additional facilities for residents. At ground floor will be a showcase 24 hour manned concierge space including post room and residents workspaces. These are designed to encourage home working. At first floor will be a dedicated residents lounge linked to a landscaped communal terrace. Residents at first floor will have access to adjacent private terraces with the remaining flats provided with generous balcony spaces.

Residential parking, service yard, attenuation tanks and ancillary functions are located at basement level.

The multi-storey car park will be expanded to 670 spaces. 20% renewables from Air Source Heat Pumps, a BREEAM Very Good rating, car clubs, electric vehicles and secure 1:1 cycle storage provide energy saving initiatives.

Station Avenue ground level entrance
Croydon Road
Church Hill project