Tag Archives: Hartley and District Residents’ Association

Feeble planners allow builders to get away with (tree) murder

The council’s “light-touch” planning enforcement officials appear set to allow another piece of egregious eco-vandalism occur, this time with the wanton destruction of a mature yew tree likely to be more than 100 years old. The tree, on the junction … Continue reading

Posted in Environment, HADRA, Planning, Purley, Wildlife | Tagged , , , , | 20 Comments

All change at Hartley as residents’ group zooms into the future

The borough’s residents’ associations, many which have been established on the hard work of campaigning neighbours and dedicated newsletter deliverers, are having to learn and adapt to the “new normal” – with HADRA perhaps the first to announce that its … Continue reading

Posted in Community associations, HADRA | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Residents’ group appeals for help in handling planning process

With the council’s planning department doing nothing to deter greedy developers from buying up suburban family houses and develping them, one-by-one into blocks of flats across the borough, some groups of residents are looking at finding ways to fight back … Continue reading

Posted in Community associations, HADRA, Planning, Property, Purley, Purley Oaks and Riddlesdown | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Residents hold ‘productive’ talks over Purley Tower scheme

“A very productive discussion” has been had in talks between residents’ associations and developers over the re-submission of plans for a multi-million-pound scheme by the local baptist church at Purley Cross. But while widespread agreement appears to have been reached … Continue reading

Posted in Chris Philp MP, Community associations, Croydon South, Housing, Planning, Property, Purley | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments