UK: Vertical farm planned as part of Crouch End development

Proposals have been announced to build new flats and a zero-carbon vertical farm to replace a commercial development in Crouch Hill road.

Martyn Gerrard, on behalf of its client Greyclyde Investments Ltd, has held a public consultation on proposals for 139-143 Crouch Hill, including 27 flats and a vertical, hydroponic farm across four storeys.

The development would replace six flats and commercial properties which currently house the now-closed Oddbins and Checkalow Tiles, Butternut Bikes, and French restaurant Les 2 Garcons. 

Greyclyde Investments wants to build a hydroponic farm, powered by solar panels that will "feed oxygen" through the building, on the ground floor.

Read the complete article at www.hamhigh.co.uk.


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