Let the people speak: why residents oppose Brick by Brick 3

Council Tax-payers are given an opportunity to air their serious and sincere concerns over housing policies which are being pushed through by the council.

In the final brief film in our series, Sharon Swaby, of the Shrublands Residents’ Association in Shirley, highlights how even the so-called “affordable” properties being developed by the council’s wholly owned developer, Brick by Brick, can only be afforded by those earning £33,000 per year and more. And did someone mention consultation..?

 

More on the Town Hall protest:
Let the South Norwood people speak
Let the Purley people speak


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One Response to Let the people speak: why residents oppose Brick by Brick 3

  1. Charles Calvin says:

    Brilliant campaign and brilliant reporting. Croydon Council should be ashamed of themselves.

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