Daily Archives: April 13, 2017

Old Coulsdon park awarded poignant Centenary Field status

Grange Park in Old Coulsdon, which includes one of the borough’s war memorials, is to become the first Centenary Field in south London. The occasion will be marked on Saturday when Toni Letts, the deputy mayor, unveils a plaque in … Continue reading

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Council to name new operator for Fairfield Halls next week

Croydon Council has awarded a contract worth as much as £180million for an operator to run the Fairfield Halls arts complex for up to 15 years, but cannot name the successful bidder until next Friday in case of any legal … Continue reading

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Westfield set to snub CEO Negrini’s costly Place Review Panel

In an embarrassing snub for the council’s chief executive, the developers proposing the £1.4billion Westfield and Hammerson regeneration of Croydon town centre have no immediate intention to submit their plans for review by the borough’s much-touted Place Review Panel. The … Continue reading

Posted in "Hammersfield", Alison Butler, Business, Croydon Council, Jo Negrini, Paul Scott, Place Review Panel, Planning, Whitgift Centre | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Celebrate Easter events, New Addington, Apr 14/16

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