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Croydon Guardian
Croydon Council to 'urgently' look at road safety after death of cyclistCroydon Council will “urgently” look at ways to improve safety on a Croydon roa
Croydon Council to 'urgently' look at road safety after death of cyclist
Croydon Guardian / Posted 15 hours ago
Croydon Council will “urgently” look at ways to improve safety on a Croydon road after a cyclist was killed there on Monday. A 25-year-old woman was pronounced dead in St James's Road after she was hit by a lorry on the rail bridge, near the... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon Council strikes £7.5m deal renting headquarters to multinational design companyA multinational company has signed a £7.5 million deal to set up shop in Croydo
Croydon Council strikes £7.5m deal renting headquarters to multinational design company
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
A multinational company has signed a £7.5 million deal to set up shop in Croydon Council’s headquarters. Arcadis, a design and consultancy firm, will begin a 10-year lease of 19,000sq ft of office space in the top two floors of Bernard Weatherill... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Increased migration putting pressure on Croydon health services, warns NHS reportHouse, Wellesley Road, is the only place where someone can make an in-country a
Increased migration putting pressure on Croydon health services, warns NHS report
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
House, Wellesley Road, is the only place where someone can make an in-country application for asylum in the UK. Last year Croydon Council leader Tony Newman denounced a £4 million reduction in funding for looking after hundreds of child refugees... Read more
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Pendle Today
REVEALED: The deadly predators kept on private property in the UKeight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed
REVEALED: The deadly predators kept on private property in the UK
Pendle Today / Posted 3 days ago
eight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'Complete and utter shambles': Tories slam Croydon Council's waste policies after 'frustrated' drivers stuck in queues for recycling centresstreams of queues and the removal of parking bays in Roman Way to ease congesti
'Complete and utter shambles': Tories slam Croydon Council's waste policies after 'frustrated' drivers stuck in queues for recycling centres
Croydon Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
streams of queues and the removal of parking bays in Roman Way to ease congestion outside the centre, Cllr Collins said. A Croydon Council van was among the vehicles caught up in queues outside the Roman Way centre Surveys are to be issued to... Read more
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Evening Standard
'No blacks, no dogs, no Irish' posters put up after 'bashment ban'the licence holder wants to make a formal complaint it will be fully investigat
'No blacks, no dogs, no Irish' posters put up after 'bashment ban'
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
the licence holder wants to make a formal complaint it will be fully investigated, and any evidence he has looked at." A Croydon Council spokesman said: “Neither the council or the licensing committee has a policy banning any particular kind of... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK propertieseight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK properties
Derbyshire Times / Posted 4 days ago
eight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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chad
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK propertiesserval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemu
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK properties
chad / Posted 4 days ago
serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Pensioner conned out of £60,000 by 'cunning' fraudsterspaid out £60,000 to “organised and cunning” conmen who repeatedly targeted her
Pensioner conned out of £60,000 by 'cunning' fraudsters
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
paid out £60,000 to “organised and cunning” conmen who repeatedly targeted her with the same scam. Fraudsters posing as Croydon Council trading standards officers preyed on the 68-year-old by charging her for building work they claimed she... Read more
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Louth Leader
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI findseight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI finds
Louth Leader / Posted 4 days ago
eight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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Spalding Today
South Kesteven and Rutland home to leopards, Savannah cats, serval cats and more FOI in Dangerous Wild Animals findseight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed
South Kesteven and Rutland home to leopards, Savannah cats, serval cats and more FOI in Dangerous Wild Animals finds
Spalding Today / Posted 4 days ago
eight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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Horncastle Today
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI findseight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI finds
Horncastle Today / Posted 4 days ago
eight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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Bury Free Press
West Suffolk home to lynxes, carcals, bobcats and more FOI into dangerous wild animals findseight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed
West Suffolk home to lynxes, carcals, bobcats and more FOI into dangerous wild animals finds
Bury Free Press / Posted 4 days ago
eight serval cats, four Scottish wild cats, three fishing cats, two ring-tailed lemurs, six Malaysian leopard cats :: Croydon Council - Up to 20 adult snakes licenced, either vipers or montpellier snakes :: Dacorum Borough Council - Two... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon Council to hire expert panel to review planning applicationsCroydon Council is to recruit a team of industry experts to assess planning app
Croydon Council to hire expert panel to review planning applications
Croydon Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
Croydon Council is to recruit a team of industry experts to assess planning applications for major developments. The Place Review Panel will review the design merits of and provide “locally sensitive, impartial advice” on all large-scale proposals... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Concerns over lack of parking as housing set to be built on Lion Green Road car parkHousing is set to be built on a Coulsdon car park controversially closed to mak
Concerns over lack of parking as housing set to be built on Lion Green Road car park
Croydon Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
Housing is set to be built on a Coulsdon car park controversially closed to make way for a supermarket. Croydon Council shut the 200-space Lion Green Road car park in July last year to allow for the construction of a Waitrose store, originally... Read more
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Evening Standard
'More abortions carried out in London than anywhere else in England'of repeat abortions, with 49 per cent of more than 2,000 performed last year.
'More abortions carried out in London than anywhere else in England'
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
of repeat abortions, with 49 per cent of more than 2,000 performed last year. Rachel Flowers, director of public health at Croydon Council, said: "Overall, Croydon's number of abortions is falling. Women who require an abortion are seeking help... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Boxpark Croydon to open in Septemberfounders of Brgr & Beer. The mall follows in the footsteps of the the company’
Boxpark Croydon to open in September
Croydon Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
founders of Brgr & Beer. The mall follows in the footsteps of the the company’s successful Shoreditch shopping centre. Croydon Council has come under fire from some local businesses for backing the project with a £3m loan, but deputy leader... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Route unveiled for Croydon stage of international bike raceClocktower, Surrey Street Market, and Queen’s Gardens when the international se
Route unveiled for Croydon stage of international bike race
Croydon Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
Clocktower, Surrey Street Market, and Queen’s Gardens when the international series returns to the borough on June 7. Croydon Council has also been keen to emphasise the route's proximity to Croydon’s "lively restaurant quarter" in South End,... Read more
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express
Are YOU smoking the killer fags with 500 PER CENT more carcinogenics in them?of tobacco were seized. And a factory that had already made £500,000 worth of
Are YOU smoking the killer fags with 500 PER CENT more carcinogenics in them?
express / Posted 14 days ago
of tobacco were seized. And a factory that had already made £500,000 worth of fake Golden Virginia rolling tobacco before Croydon Council trading standards officers closed it down. In their biggest ever seizure they took off 4,600 fake 50g... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Town hall to be decked out in Crystal Palace's red and blue as Croydon gears up for FA Cup finalStreet building as cup fever mounts in the build-up to their Wembley face-off a
Town hall to be decked out in Crystal Palace's red and blue as Croydon gears up for FA Cup final
Croydon Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
Street building as cup fever mounts in the build-up to their Wembley face-off against Manchester United on May 21. Croydon Council leader Tony Newman said: “As the leader of the council I know I speak for everybody who works for this... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Westfield and Hammerson remain confident they can deliver £1.4bn Croydon shopping centre by 2020events on the updated proposals start at the Whitgift Centre today with develop
Westfield and Hammerson remain confident they can deliver £1.4bn Croydon shopping centre by 2020
Croydon Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
events on the updated proposals start at the Whitgift Centre today with developers hoping to formally submit them to Croydon Council by the end of the summer. The fresh plans include a new flagship Marks and Spencer department store, an IMAX... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon Council leader announces cabinet reshuffleTwo Croydon councillors have been promoted to the front-bench in a cabinet resh
Croydon Council leader announces cabinet reshuffle
Croydon Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
Two Croydon councillors have been promoted to the front-bench in a cabinet reshuffle by leader Tony Newman. Hamida Ali, who represents the Woodside ward, has been appointed as cabinet member for communities, safety and justice after previously... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Croydon rappers Krept and Konan: 'We thought if this doesn’t work, we don’t know what the hell we’re going to do'also helping young people get ahead. Earlier this year they launched their Posi
Croydon rappers Krept and Konan: 'We thought if this doesn’t work, we don’t know what the hell we’re going to do'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
also helping young people get ahead. Earlier this year they launched their Positive Direction Foundation with backing from Croydon Council to nurture young talent. Konan said: “We’re trying to help them now and give them more knowledge about how... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon rappers Krept and Konan: 'We thought if this doesn’t work, we don’t know what the hell we’re going to do'also helping young people get ahead. Earlier this year they launched their Posi
Croydon rappers Krept and Konan: 'We thought if this doesn’t work, we don’t know what the hell we’re going to do'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
also helping young people get ahead. Earlier this year they launched their Positive Direction Foundation with backing from Croydon Council to nurture young talent. Konan said: “We’re trying to help them now and give them more knowledge about how... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Croydon rappers Krept and Konan: 'We thought if this doesn’t work, we don’t know what the hell we’re going to do'also helping young people get ahead. Earlier this year they launched their Posi
Croydon rappers Krept and Konan: 'We thought if this doesn’t work, we don’t know what the hell we’re going to do'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
also helping young people get ahead. Earlier this year they launched their Positive Direction Foundation with backing from Croydon Council to nurture young talent. Konan said: “We’re trying to help them now and give them more knowledge about how... Read more
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express
Fly-tippers face £400 fine from TODAY to crackdown on 'environmental vandalism'of £2,100 for offences ranging from fly-tipping business waste to dumping house
Fly-tippers face £400 fine from TODAY to crackdown on 'environmental vandalism'
express / Posted 21 days ago
of £2,100 for offences ranging from fly-tipping business waste to dumping household rubbish and littering cigarettes. Croydon Council has successfully prosecuted 90 fly-tippers in recent months. Hull has issued 1,200 enforcement notices after... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
'It is a kick in the teeth to local traders': Croydon Council U-turns on manifesto promise to keep free one-hour parkingCroydon Council has been accused of “trying to kill Coulsdon” after it permanen
'It is a kick in the teeth to local traders': Croydon Council U-turns on manifesto promise to keep free one-hour parking
Croydon Guardian / Posted 22 days ago
Croydon Council has been accused of “trying to kill Coulsdon” after it permanently cut the area’s one-hour free parking. Councillors on the traffic management committee made the decision on Thursday despite receiving 543 letters of objection, a... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Torrents of sewage 'traps' people in Coulsdon with smell so bad 'they can hardly breathe'block of flats marooned by the sewage, said a team from Thames Water have been
Torrents of sewage 'traps' people in Coulsdon with smell so bad 'they can hardly breathe'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
block of flats marooned by the sewage, said a team from Thames Water have been pumping sewage from the area since 10.30am. Croydon Council has also been contacted for comment. Speculating on the cause of the sewage leak, one social media user... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Top conductor: 'No significant reason' Fairfield Halls cannot have phased closureSimon Rattle, currently the artistic director of the Berlin Philharmonic, has w
Top conductor: 'No significant reason' Fairfield Halls cannot have phased closure
Croydon Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
Simon Rattle, currently the artistic director of the Berlin Philharmonic, has written an open letter criticising Croydon Council's plans to close Fairfield in the face of a "huge number concerns surrounding the longevity of this superb... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Torrents of sewage 'traps' people in Coulsdon with smell so bad 'they can hardly breathe'should never be flushed." He said they hoped to be "able to clear the sewer an
Torrents of sewage 'traps' people in Coulsdon with smell so bad 'they can hardly breathe'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
should never be flushed." He said they hoped to be "able to clear the sewer and get everything back to normal quickly". Croydon Council has also been contacted for comment. Another social media user pleaded: "Hope it's not nappies wet wipes... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Croydon council to spend £9m extending agency staff contracts after offering redundancy to entire workforceCroydon Council is to spend £9m extending its contracts with agency staff, just
Croydon council to spend £9m extending agency staff contracts after offering redundancy to entire workforce
Croydon Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
Croydon Council is to spend £9m extending its contracts with agency staff, just five months after it offered voluntary redundancy to its entire workforce to plug a hole in its budget. The authority is expected to save £3.3m after just 76 staff from... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Councillors fear £1.4bn shopping mall could look too much like shopping mallCroydon Council is concerned plans for a fully enclosed glass walkway in Westfi
Councillors fear £1.4bn shopping mall could look too much like shopping mall
Croydon Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
Croydon Council is concerned plans for a fully enclosed glass walkway in Westfield and Hammerson’s new £1.4bn shopping centre will “close off” the town centre. The redevelopment of Whitgift Centre presented to the council’s planning committee last... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Senior Croydon Council officer confirmed as temporary bossOne of Croydon Council's most senior officers has been confirmed as the authori
Senior Croydon Council officer confirmed as temporary boss
Croydon Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
One of Croydon Council's most senior officers has been confirmed as the authority's new temporary boss. Jo Negrini, currently the council's executive director of place, will take over as interim chief executive following Nathan Elvery's departure on... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Relationship between police and nightlife venues 'has completely broken down'as one of the biggest issues facing venue owners. A night-time economy steerin
Relationship between police and nightlife venues 'has completely broken down'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
as one of the biggest issues facing venue owners. A night-time economy steering committee comprised of representatives of Croydon Council, police and businesses was established in February in response to calls concerns about dwindling trade in the... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Forcing special schools to become acadamies could destroy 'vital' link between health services and councilhealth services and the council, an autism campaigner and parent has warned. S
Forcing special schools to become acadamies could destroy 'vital' link between health services and council
Croydon Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
health services and the council, an autism campaigner and parent has warned. Seven special schools would be removed from Croydon Council control under Department for Education (DfE) proposals, published last month, to make all state schools... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Council leader hits back at claims authority sent out 'politically biased' lettersThe leader of Croydon Council has accused a government minister of “bare-faced
Council leader hits back at claims authority sent out 'politically biased' letters
Croydon Guardian / Posted 30 days ago
The leader of Croydon Council has accused a government minister of “bare-faced cheek” after he was urged to explain spending £58,000 on “politically biased” letters. A row broke out this week after local government minister Marcus Jones wrote to... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Scheme to clamp down on fly-tippers to be expanded to West Croydonrubbish from outside shops and businesses will come into effect on London Road,
Scheme to clamp down on fly-tippers to be expanded to West Croydon
Croydon Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
rubbish from outside shops and businesses will come into effect on London Road, West Croydon, in the summer. Last month Croydon Council imposed a trial ban in Thornton Heath High Street in response to concerns that business waste left outside... Read more

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