A 25-storey block of flats, one of the final from Croydon Council’s developer Brick by Brick, will be completed this autumn, providing 128 homes and office and shop space.

Reservations for flats in Kindred House will start being accepted this month.

The block, overlooking Croydon flyover, is being built on the site of an old car park in Wandle Road.

The development will be one of Brick by Brick’s last in the borough before the company is wound up in 2023.

Work on the block started in 2019 and the original completion date in 2021 was missed.

When Croydon Council laid out plans for the closure of the controversial company, it said Kindred House would be ready in May 2022.

But now it is understood the building will be ready this autumn with reservations on flats accepted through Countrywide Estate Agents starting this month.

Some of the flats started to be listed online earlier this year with prices for a one-bedroom flat on sale for £340,000 and a two-bedroom flat on offer for  £560,000. 

Of the 128 flats, 68 will be for private sale, 19 offered as affordable rent and 41 shared ownership.

Also on offer is a 1,000ft retail space in the ground floor for £24,000 a year.

Estate agents SHW also offered three large office spaces on the first, second and third floor of the building from £34,640 a year.

The listing reads: “The stunning brick-clad building has a new public square on the ground floor with plenty of cycle storage.”

Croydon Council set up Brick by Brick in 2016 and loaned it £200 million, which auditors said contributed to the council being forced to declare itself bankrupt in November 2020.

In January, new bosses were brought on board to take charge in the company’s final year.

The other development still to be completed is Red Clover Gardens in Lion Green Road, Coulsdon.