These are the stories which most-grabbed the attention of Inside Croydon‘s loyal reader in September 2015…
After staging a takeover of the CCC “community” group, local UKIPpers and right-wingers may now be forced to face the financial consequences of their actions.
Bye, bye Mario, as Purley councillor stands down from his second state-funded job.
Another exclusive from Inside Croydon, as Croydon’s council officials get turned over – yet again – when they try to deal with business, this time over a £3-million loan to Boxpark, pictured right.
Is there anyone who seriously still thinks that it is just generosity or coincidence that an incinerator operator’s charity arm hands over £275,000 to a local church often used for LibDem meetings, after a LibDem-controlled council gave the incinerator company a £1-billion public contract? Thought not…
Our loyal reader expressed dismay when hard-working community leader Robert Gibson felt forced to quit his position with the Library Trust.
Gesture politics? You decide.
Nearly one month on from this generous announcement, Inside Croydon is unaware of any refugees having yet moved in to the home of Lambeth South MP Steve Reed OBE, pictured left.
The new politics, or the same-old hypocrisy? Reed in the news again.
Another set-back to Croydon’s hopes of “regeneration”, as a multi-million-pound deal collapsed because a new office block being built at Ruskin Square is no longer big enough to cater for the rapidly expanding high street bank.
A pop-up crocus farm on a central Croydon building site, pictured right by Lee Townsend, has brought the community together.
Another community project, this time to secure the re-opening a buried treasure of Victorian architecture.
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