Monthly Archives: July 2016

Croydon Library & Night-time economy reviews progress at 25 July

Library Consultation Progress At the Council meeting on 18 July Cabinet member Timothy Godfrey gave a progress report on the library survey. 1,216 people commented on line, and 167 sent in paper copies. ‘The highest group completing online were the … Continue reading

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Croydon General News at 25 July

Should the number of councillors on Croydon Council be cut? The review of Croydon’s ward boundaries will include examining the case for an against reducing the number of Councillors. The Tories are in favour of reducing to 60 and Labour … Continue reading

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Croydon Development News at 25 July

Hammerson admits BREXIT uncertainty Hammerson is concerned about the negative effects of BREXIT as the value of its properties fall resulting in  a sharp drop in its pre-tax profit. It is seeking listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange to access … Continue reading

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Croydon & London History Events till 18 August

Thursday 28 July. 6.30pm. Pentonville 5 Meeting The working class took on and defeated the Government in July 1972. In the campaign against austerity and anti-union laws the successful fight to free the Pentonville 5 is often quoted. To find … Continue reading

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Keeping the Fairfield Flag Hoisted

On 19 July  Croydon Citizen published my review of what the next steps could be in the campaign to ensure that the Council delivers on the Fairfield Halls refurbishment and how the Fairfield brand can be kept alive. Andy Hylton … Continue reading

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Lambeth launches first of its mysterious ‘neighbourhood libraries’

Statement from Lambeth library campaigners. The Waterloo ‘library’ will be run by a Christian group in a converted church – in a strongly Muslim area. Four of these ‘librari… Source: Lambeth launches first of its mysterious ‘neighbourhood libraries’

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Daily Telegraph highlights 38 Degrees message to PM May on NHS

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