Daily Archives: August 7, 2015

Landlord scheme court case may turn on Plant’s spot

Whatever the outcome of the court case over Croydon’s proposed landlord licensing scheme, which had an application for a Judicial Review heard by Mr Justice Silber at the High Court this week, the role played by Richard Plant could prove … Continue reading

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Masked dancers step out to help draw in more park users

The Wild Hunt Bedlam Morris, a slightly scary-looking Border Morris side, are dancing in Croydon next Tuesday evening to help to encourage local people to use the park again. Locals have been staying away from King George’s Field in Sydenham … Continue reading

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8/8: ‘There’s real anxiety that the riots could happen again’

To mark the fourth anniversary of the Croydon riots, BUSHRA AHMED recalls that infamous night and assesses what progress has been made towards rebuilding West Croydon I cannot begin to describe what it felt like to witness the Croydon riots … Continue reading

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Croydon FC all set for new season to kick-off

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