Residents are invited to view the designs of high street improvements that will be delivered as part of regeneration plans to transform South Norwood.
The £1.65m programme of works will take place at the junction of Portland Road and High Street, in Station Road, and in Market Parade, Portland Road.
They will include the replacement of kerbs, new paving, new street tree planting, and the removal of redundant street furniture.
Members of the public will have the chance to view the designs between 10am and 2pm on Saturday, 5 December in the Lower Hall at Stanley Halls.
The plans will also be available to view in South Norwood Library and at the Stanley Halls café for one month after the event.
“I’m so pleased that residents and local business have really got behind this project and helped us shape the plans to transform their area.
“South Norwood is one of our main district centres and we want to make it a more attractive place in which to live, visit, work and socialise. These much-needed public realm works will enhance the quality and character of a major junction in South Norwood, and are just the first stage of a series of improvements in areas chosen by local people.
“Croydon’s regeneration story isn’t just about the town centre but about the whole borough. Breathing new life into our district centres is a major part of our plans and these works are about helping to make that happen.”
Councillor Alison Butler, deputy leader and cabinet member for homes, regeneration and planning