Monday 15 February. 6.30 pm .Traffic Management Advisory Committee On-line
Crystal Palace and South Norwood Low Traffic Neighbourhood Addendum Report
Tuesday 16 February. 6.30 pm. Scrutiny & Overview Committee On-line
Budget & Housing Revenue Account 2021-22
Wednesday 17 February. 2pm. Appointments Committee On-line
Review of Management Arrangements
Thursday 18 February. 6.30 pm. Cabinet On-line
Croydon Renewal Plan Update, Rent Setting Policy for Council Homes; Review of Brick by Brick Croydon Ltd: Brick by Brick Shareholder decision – the future of the company; Interim Assets Disposal Strategy ; Croydon Equalities Strategy; Education Standards; Scrutiny Stage 1 Recommendations from Scrutiny & Overview Committee Stage 2 Response to Recommendations arising from Children & Young People Sub-Committee held on 3 November 2020, Health & Social Care Sub-Committee held on 10 November 2020 and Scrutiny & Overview Committee held on 17 November 2020; Call-In Referral to Cabinet: Emissions Based Parking Charges
Monday 22 February. 7pm.Croydon Communities Consortium General On-line Meeting
Saturday 20 – Thursday 24 February. Library Consultation Sessions
To Tuesday 20 April. 5pm. Registration for Postal Votes for London Elections 6 May
The earlier you apply, the earlier the Council can send your postal vote.
Croydon Financial Crisis
Asset Disposal Strategy Needs Re-think Re-Community, Economic & Social Benefit
Brick by Brick News Coverage
The Local Government Chronicle reported 9 February that director of finance Lisa Taylor, director of place Shifa Mustafa, director of localities Hazel Simmonds and director of health, wellbeing and adults Guy Van Dichele have been suspended.
600 people signed onto BME Forum’s COVID Zoom
‘More than 600 people registered for the Croydon BME Forum’s panel debate on the vaccine last night, which is fantastic and I want to thank everyone who is organising and participating in these community events. Ima Miah, chief executive of Croydon’s Asian Resource Centre, is among those who have been helping residents to access information – she received her own vaccination this week and shared her story here.’ – Hamida Ali, Council Leader, in her weekly Your Croydon message.
Mohan Singh Dhamrait Dies of COVID
80 year old Croydon trade unionist and community activist Mohan Singh Dhamrait, OBE, died on 22 January 2021 of COVID.
He came to the UK November 1956 and married neary50 years ago. He attended Croydon Gurdwara. He worked as a radio engineer for the Government for 35 years. He was a member of trade unions from 1965, inc. Post Office Engineering Union, and Prospect (inc. National Executive Committee). He was the first Sikh/Asian on the TUC Race Committee 1995-2001 and was awarded the TUC Gold Badge of Congress award in 2001. In Croydon he had been a school governor, Chair and Member of Croydon’s School Admission and Exclusion Independent Appeal Panel, member of Thornton Heath’s Library Steering Group, Regeneration group, and Local Policing Ward Panel. He had also been Secretary of Parchmore Medical Centre’s Patient Participation Group and member
Tawala Theatre‘s Tales From The Frontline
Charlotte Davies Outlines Helping Children To Be Fit To Learn
This should be subject to wide discussion, along with:
Directly Elected Mayor Election Will Be October
Purley Way Transformation & Master Plan Consultation Starts
New London Draft Plan Analysis
Draft South West London Waste Plan
The Draft South London Waste Plan has been submitted to the Secretary of State and will be examined by the Planning Inspectorate. Documents can be seen at www.sutton.gov.uk/wasteplan.
This will also provide with details of the Examination-in-Public and Sutton Council advises that it be referred to it on a regular basis for the latest news of the examination.
‘Part of the examination process will involve hearing sessions where those invited to attend by the Planning Inspector will have the opportunity to respond to matters raised by the Planning Inspector. Details of the hearing sessions will also be made public on the website as they become available.
Carmel Edwards is the ‘Programme Officer for the examination and will deal with all procedural and administrative matters. She is independent from the councils and reports directly to the Inspector. Ms Edwards is responsible for the day to day organisation of the examination and will act as a channel of communication between the Inspector and all parties, including the council officers and representors.’
All correspondence or queries relating to the examination should be directed to her: 07969 631 930
From letter from Croydon Council 4 February
E.ON Fails 900 Customers In Barratt’s Development
Police Action on Drugs and Violence
and murder eleven years ago
Shaniqua Benjamin Museum Interpretation Project
The Book of Addiscombe Website
Although apparently not updated since 2011, this site covers published material detailing the history and growth of Addiscombe and articles encompassing the surrounding area.