Amended 12 November
The delay in the completion of the proposed Westfield development of the shopping centre area of Croydon is the main topic of the new November print edition of Croydon Citizen.
Tom Black discusses whether the development could bring the two railway stations together
Tom Lickley explores what the new shopping could be like and its impact
Dr Peter Latham casts doubt on Westfield’s ability to drive the local economy or to provide a real solution to the Town’s problems
Sean Creighton asks what Croydon’s soaring house prices mean for local people
Liz Sheppard-Jones recommends Platform Ruskin Square
Nigel Dias discusses what Croydon Tech City has been doing over the last two years
Andy Dickinson envisions what the monthly Arts and Crafts Fair could become with or without a Westfield
There is also an article by former Labour Councillor David White on Political Croydon in the Seventies
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