Daily Archives: January 9, 2018

Mayor’s ‘affordable’ rents in Westfield will be £1,157 per month

BARRATT HOLMES, our housing correspondent, reports on the likely rents for the ‘affordable’ flats in the towers to be built over the top of a shopping mall car park It is a rarely mentioned – by everyone except Sadiq Khan … Continue reading

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Creative Carers art exhibition, Studio Upstairs, Jan 13

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London Mozart Players name Osrin as new board chairman

South African-born business psychologist Neville Osrin has been announced by the London Mozart Players as the new chairman of its board of directors, to lead the orchestra into its 70th anniversary next year. Osrin replaces Paul Archibald, the principal trumpet … Continue reading

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Croydon’s Batman and Robin act behind reshuffle shambles

Our political editor WALTER CRONXITE reports on a clusterfuck of a cabinet reshuffle which had finger prints from a couple of Croydon notables all over it Ever since they were reunited as a team at No10 Downing Street, the dynamic … Continue reading

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Labour backs plan to build selective school on Green Belt

KEN LEE reports on a planning application that would lead to Croydon getting its first grammar school since the 1970s A planning application is being considered by the council to develop a site in Croydon’s Green Belt, concrete over some … Continue reading

Posted in Alisa Flemming, Alison Butler, Chris Philp MP, Coombe Wood School, Croham, Croydon Council, Croydon South, Education, Paul Scott, Planning, Schools, Tony Newman | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 10 Comments