21
Nov
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DC 2018: Croydon’s communities have to be at the heart of regeneration

Local communities must be at the heart of Croydon’s regeneration, according to four key players in the borough’s ongoing transformation. Steve Parish, Chairman of Crystal Palace FC, Michael Purefoy, Sales & Marketing Director of R&F Properties, Kathryn Morley, CEO of OnSide Youth Zones and Neil Chandler, Venue Director at Fairfield Halls all took part in...

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20
Nov
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DC 2018: Cllr Tony Newman highlights Croydon’s opportunity

Cllr Tony Newman told developers and investors they had a significant role to play in the regeneration of the borough, at the Develop Croydon Conference, today. “This is a hugely important time for the borough, with massive economic uncertainty, Brexit and the national debate taking place. Investment in Croydon is real now and more is...

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19
Nov
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Council to hold networking event for Croydon’s tech community

Croydon Council is holding a networking event for the borough’s tech community early next month. The evening event will be held on 4th December at 5.30pm at TMRW Croydon (75-77 High Street, Croydon CR0 1QQ). “The council is committed to revolutionising how it interacts with the borough and its tech community through improved services enabled...

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15
Nov
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Generation Croydon: Key industry figures to debate the future of the borough

AN impressive array of speakers is being assembled for this year’s Develop Croydon conference – including Jules Pipe, Deputy Mayor for Planning, Regeneration and Skills, Sir David Higgins, Chairman, Gatwick Airport and Crystal Palace Football Club Chairman Steve Parish. Chaired by BBC Home Editor, Mark Easton, the ninth annual conference, titled ‘Generation Croydon’, will be...

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12
Nov
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Develop Croydon rated in the top five of real estate’s collaborators

The Develop Croydon Forum has finished fifth in an industry list of the top 50 collaborators in real estate. Put together by well-respected property magazine Estates Gazette, the list showcases “those in the industry working hard together with peers, politicians, the public and technology to deliver an improved public realm and property sector.” Formed in...

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9
Nov
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Exciting Queen’s Square development proposals revealed

New homes, a ‘creative quarter’ and a new Town Square are all part of R&F Properties’ exciting plans for Queen’s Square. The developers revealed their proposals for phase two of the work to rejuvenate the central Croydon site at two public consultation events held at TMRW on 3rd and 6th November. R&F purchased the land...

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7
Nov
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Croydon Council reveals proposals for improvements to Roman Way, Old Town and Mitcham Road

Croydon Council is proposing changes to The Croydon Flyover, Roman Way and Old Town. These changes will be suggested as part of a bid to Transport for London (TfL) for up to £10 million for improvements to make it easier to walk and cycle to the town centre. The bid will likely include many of...

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2
Nov
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Young people offered paid placements with UK’s leading arts organisations

A pioneering new cultural internships programme will offer Croydon’s young people an unprecedented opportunity to gain paid work experience with both internationally-acclaimed and local arts organisations, helping them to kick-start careers in the creative industries. The UK’s leading black theatre company, Talawa; Croydon’s world-class chamber orchestra, the London Mozart Players (LMP); the world-famous The BRIT...

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