Post Election Debate; Town Centre News & Comment; Council starts consultation on 20mph zones; Miscellaneous News; Croydon Housing News & Comment; Croydon’s Future Debate; Third of Londoners cannot afford basic costs, charity warns; Croydon’s Property Developers; Croydon History
Monday 1 – Saturday 13 June. Apsara Arts Croydon Mela Exhibition
Wednesday 3 June. 7-9pm. Croydon Communities Consortium Public Meeting – New Addington
Wolsey Infant and Nursery School, King Henry’s Drive, New Addington, CR0 0PA. Please book a free place on Eventbrite here: http://croydoncc.eventbrite.co.uk. This helps CCC to cater for numbers and ensures that it can start the meeting promptly. See: https://croydoncc.wordpress.com/2015/05/08/ccc-public-meeting-new-addington-weds-3-june-2015
Thursday 11 June. North Wood Morris Men
Performance, The Oval Tavern near East Croydon Station. Further details at
Monday 19 June. 10am-1pm. Croydon Voluntary Sector Alliance meeting on Health
Nathan Elvery, Croydon Council’s CEO, will be speaking on ‘The future of health delivery within the VS in a post election context.’
Thursday 18 June. North Wood Morris Men
Performance, Surrey Street at the Dog and Bull. See 11 June.
Saturday 20 to Sunday 28 June. Apsara Arts Croydon Mela Exhibition
Whitgift Centre (part of Heritage festival)
Monday 29 June to Saturday 4 July. Apsara Arts Croydon Mela Exhibition
Broad Green Library
9 July. North Wood Morris Men
Performance, The Harrow, Warlingham. See 11 June.
19 July. North Wood Morris Men
Classic Car Festival, Warlingham Ruby Club. See 11 June.
Saturday 25 & Sunday 26 July. 5pm & 7pm. 29th Year of the International Playwriting Festival
Warehouse Phoenix and Fairfield Halls presentation.
Post Election Debate
Liberals: ‘Unkind’ to say Green voters handed Conservatives victory over Labour in Croydon Central. See
Town Centre News & Comment
- Surrey St Market Traders Video
- Whitgift Centre
Manager says Westfield plan will return Croydon to Europe’s retail elite.
- South End Food Festival
Croydon Council plugs funding gap
- Tramlink changes could cause chaos
- Visitor Centre closes as £18,000 goes missing
In the final days of the Visitor Centre operation leading up to its planned closure by Croydon BID £18,000 cash went missing.
Just before I went to Canada I submitted to the Council the petition I organised, and Croydon Citizen has outlined the case for such Centres.
While small Croydon landlords continue to protest that they are struggling, landlords has a whole are doing well thanks top Government
- Landlords enjoy £14bn tax breaks as figures reveal buy-to-let expansion
- Landlords ‘earn £5.6bn a year from unsafe homes’
Council starts consultation on 20mph zones
The Council has published an opinion survey which can be completed up to 24 June. See
There are already two factions emerging across the Borough: those in favour and those against.
- Gavin Barwell steps down as Whitgift Foundation Trustee and gets position in Commons
- New Fairness and Opportunity Commission website
- Labour Council’s First Year
Croydon Advertiser assesses the Labour Council’s first year at
Croydon Housing News & Comment
Croydon’s Future Debate
Third of Londoners cannot afford basic costs, charity warns
Croydon’s Property Developers
- Westfield Corp HQ to move from Australia
- Minerva Sells City Office Tower
- AA Homes in Litter Controversy
- Hermes buys One Croydon
- Croydon’s Scouts in World War Two