Monthly Archives: February 2020

Croydon events & news at 29 February

Monday 2 March. Council Budget Setting meeting 6.30pm The Council plans to increase Council tax by  1.99% for Croydon Services,  2% for Adult Social Care plus the 3.6% increase if the precept for the Mayor of London, all allowed within … Continue reading

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Croydon Labour and Tories to clash over Westfield Crisis

With traders worried about the economic impact of the moth balling of the Westfield development, Monday night will  see Labour and Tories at each other’s throats over the crisis at an Extraordinary meeting of the Council. Tory Motion The Tory … Continue reading

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“Justice will roll down like waters” – 4 April

“JUSTICE WILL ROLL DOWN LIKE WATERS” Saturday 4 April.  2-5pm NTCG, The Rock, George St West, Springhill, Birmingham B18 7HF US Civil Rights Worker, Janice Kelsey from Birmingham Alabama is coming to Birmingham UK. Hear her speak, on the anniversary of … Continue reading

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The practical politics of the climate crisis – 12 March

The practical politics of the climate crisis Speaker: Derek Wall Thursday 12 March at 7.30pm Ruskin House 23 Coombe Road Croydon CR0 1BD The climate crisis is with us. From fires in Australia to storms in Britain, signs are growing … Continue reading

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The Lioness Uncaged Book Launch 13 March

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20 March – Crucial Day for Private Tenants re-Fitness for Human Habitation

20 March is an important day for private tenants living in sub-standard housing who signed their tenancy agreements before 20 March 2020. They will now be able to take legal action against their landlords for breaching the Homes (Fitness for … Continue reading

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Croydon Growth Plan specialist issues

The Growth Plan paper for tonight’s budget setting Cabinet meeting includes discussion of a number of specific projects, including the Clocktower, Town Hall Museum of Croydon, a range of public services, jobs and digital connectivity, setting out what has been … Continue reading

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