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  • A positive plan for Croydon’s future
    by stuartmillson on March 25, 2018 at 9:08 am

    Less than 6 weeks before the borough Council elections which will determine who runs Croydon for the next 4 years, the Conservatives on Friday laid out their challenge to the Labour party which currently runs Croydon – a plan for a dynamic, forward-looking and clean town, delivered by a Council which is well-run and above... Continue Reading →

  • Labour Councillors warned about failing Child Services 3 times before Ofsted inspection
    by stuartmillson on March 4, 2018 at 11:30 pm

    Ofsted’s devastating judgement of Croydon’s Child Services department, rating it ‘Inadequate’ – the lowest possible grade – was strongly critical of Council leadership, saying “Poor managerial oversight of cases fails to ensure that basic social work practice is of a good enough standard.” Now even more damning revelations have come to light, as it has... Continue Reading →

  • Conservatives plan fly-tip patrol to clean up town
    by stuartmillson on March 4, 2018 at 8:20 am

    Residents all over Croydon believe that the Labour Council is losing the battle against fly tipping. Labour made dealing with this a key election pledge in 2014 but the continued prevalence of fly tipping across the town shows that it has failed. At a meeting of the Council in February, the Conservative opposition unveiled their... Continue Reading →

  • Labour’s hated local plan to go ahead
    by stuartmillson on February 24, 2018 at 3:10 pm

    Labour’s ‘Local Plan’ went through its Inspection in Public, which resulted in a few changes to the original proposals. Conservative councillors attended most inspection sessions to support residents, unlike Labour councillors who  stayed away. Creating the local plan is a legal requirement and the work has been going on for many years and goes through... Continue Reading →

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  • #Macarnage: Planner Slominski returns with a promotion
    by insidecroydon on January 21, 2022 at 6:44 pm

    EXCLUSIVE: Distrust of the council’s planning department, and director Heather Cheesbrough, has reached new highs after it was discovered that they have re-employed a developer-friendly official with blatant conflicts of interest. By STEVEN DOWNES Representatives of residents’ associations at a … Continue reading →

  • Mayor Khan settles in for the long-haul and a third term
    by insidecroydon on January 21, 2022 at 3:28 pm

    Sadiq Khan wants to be London’s first three-term Mayor. Khan was first elected as London’s Mayor in 2016,  succeeding Boris Johnson. Johnson, like Ken Livingstone before him, the capital’s first Mayor, had served two four-year terms. Now Khan, who was … Continue reading →

  • Sutton ‘steamy’ councillor wakes up to borough’s burning issue
    by insidecroydon on January 21, 2022 at 12:02 pm

    Try not to choke as you gasp for air, but as PAUL LUSHION, our environment correspondent reports, big business is about to make even more millions at the expense of your health thanks to weak regulators and craven councils Having … Continue reading →