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Residents give backing to Brick by Brick's Coulsdon schemes

CROYDON COMMENTARY: One Coulsdon residents’ association is supporting developments proposed by Brick by Brick, the council-owned house-builders. CHARLIE KING explains why

East Coulsdon Residents’ Association will be supporting the four, linked Brick by Brick developments in Coulsdon because, unlike previous proposals, we believe that these are in the interest of both existing residents and businesses of Coulsdon. 1,403 more words


Every Positive Thought

In case there was any doubt about the strength of the resistance, check out the photos from the many Women’s Marches that took place last weekend.  520 more words

Current Events

MP Jones promoted as PPS to Labour's housing team

WALTER CRONXITE, political editor, on an early promotion for Croydon’s newest MP

Sarah Jones has made an impressive early move up the greasy pole of Westminster politics by being appointed as PPS – Parliamentary Private Secretary – to John Healey, Labour’s shadow housing spokesman. 447 more words

Croydon Central

Unions hold vote to reject 'commercial' Brick by Brick scheme

Croydon’s trade unionists will tonight vote on a proposal to oppose Brick by Brick’s attempts to build flats on a patch of green space next to Ruskin House, the historic home of the Labour movement in the borough. 660 more words

Croydon Council

Episode 36: The Soft White Sixties


Here’s episode 36 with The Soft White Sixties!

The Soft White Sixties are an awesome five piece rock ‘n’ roll / soul group, originally from San Francisco, they have since moved out to LA. 303 more words

Band Interview

Council planning chief's 'new way of working' for Brick by Brick

Having managed to piss off people from Upper Norwood to Purley, from Shirley to Coulsdon, Brick by Brick, the council’s wholly owned and wholly opaque home-building company, and the Town Hall planning department are undertaking a pre-Christmas charm offensive. 988 more words

Croydon Council

Future of South Norwood Library site 'not yet decided'

Council plans to re-site the public library in South Norwood, announced on Thursday, have already been generally well-received by residents on social media. Not that the public has yet been told all the plans, though, because the council hasn’t quite made up its mind exactly how it is to carve up some public property. 733 more words

South Norwood