Monthly Archives: December 2016

British Studies in a Broken World Conference Call for Papers

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Croydon Nears Meeting New Homes Target for Opportunity Area

The number of residential units which have either been built, are under construction or are awaiting a start on site is 9,746 just short of the proposed target of 10,650 in the Local Plan which is going to public inquiry. … Continue reading

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Support for SMEs Needs Caution

Given small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) are the backbone of the British economy two initiatives by Croydon Council are welcome: a potential reduction in business rates and an enquiry by an independent Small Business Commission. However, there are many … Continue reading

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Croydon Events & News at 17 December

Council Meetings January 10 – Scrutiny and Overview Committee 12 – Planning and Planning Sub-committee 17 – Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee 23 – Cabinet 26 – Planning and Planning Sub-committee 30 – Council 31 – Streets, Environment and … Continue reading

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The Riotous Brothers 20 December

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The Local Democracy Debate

  On 1 February Polity Press will publish Croydon activist Peter Latham’s new book arguing that the UK Conservative Government’s devolution agenda conceals their real intention: to complete the privatisation of local government and other public services. Using illustrative examples … Continue reading

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Penelope Corfield Papers on Academia.edu

Emeritus Professor Penelope Corfield has uploaded papers on Academia.edu. To view click on paper title. TEACHING HISTORY’S BIG PICTURES: INCLUDING CONTINUITY AS WELL AS CHANGE Argues for the importance of teaching history in multiple dimensions, including not only gradual change … Continue reading

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