Tag Archives: Chloe Phelps

Croydon v Croydon: Brick by Brick building declared a ‘danger’

The council’s failed development company has been criticised for its late-running, incomplete and vastly over-budget projects. Now one of its most prestigious schemes has been officially ruled to be a danger to the public. EXCLUSIVE by BARRATT HOLMES One of … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick staff caught breaking Google review policies

EXCLUSIVE: Desperate to salvage the company’s sagging reputation, Brick by Brick employees appear to have been indulging in a bit of online onanism. By STEVEN DOWNES Staff at Brick by Brick, the council-owned housebuilder, have been breaking online standards rules … Continue reading

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Talk to Brick by Brick about their ‘success’ in social housing

Brick by Brick, the council’s wholly-owned, loss-making building company, wants to hear from you in an online discussion where they want to celebrate their great achievements in building social housing. Like an over-excited six-year-old on Christmas Eve (left), the company … Continue reading

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Soaring costs of unviable schemes should sound alarm bells

CROYDON COMMENTARY: Brick by Brick have been patting themselves on the back, but their high-staffing levels, low-experience levels and expensive schemes ought to be deeply concerning, according to SEBASTIAN TILLINGER Alarm bells should be ringing all over Croydon Council about … Continue reading

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Brick by Brick chief tells trade press they’ve ‘worked very well’

When Brick by Brick released details of its latest blitz on the borough across two dozen sites, many of them in New Addington and mostly intended to deliver one- and two-bed flats, the council-owned company wheeled out one of its … Continue reading

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