Holocaust Memorial Day 26 January

Posted on Jan 18, 2018

We have received the following from Croydon Council Holocaust Memorial Day Ceremony, Friday 26 January 2018 Croydon Town Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon CR9 1ET  You are cordially invited to Croydon’s Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony on Friday 26 January 2018 at 12.00 noon.  This day is for remembering victims of the Holocaust and more recent genocides […]

Planning news to 12 January

Posted on Jan 18, 2018

The Council guidelines state that you have until the consultation deadline to make a comment (object, support or be neutral) and if you do not comment within that period the Council will assume that you do not wish to comment.  However, even if the publicity period has expired (a notice posted at or near the […]

New 20 mph speed limit from 15 January 2018

Posted on Jan 18, 2018

Members may not be aware that the “20” signs, which appeared early this year on various roads, became official on Monday 15 January. SPRA will be asking why this was not adequately publicised (the writer only discovered it, by chance, on Thursday 18 January and had thus been breaking the law for three days). The […]

B&Q product recall

Posted on Dec 24, 2017

We have received the following … URGENT PLUG RECALL NOTICE We are recalling two of our remote control on/off plug sets due to a potential fire risk. Triple plug and remote control set Twin plug and remote control set Back of plug showing label Plug label – Batch codes may vary Remote control front Remote control […]

Planning list to 15 December

Posted on Dec 19, 2017

We have had our attention drawn to the following …   Shirley High School Erection of 12 no. 10m high floodlight columns to illuminate existing netball courts   1 Graham Close Retention of first floor rear extension.   First Floor And Second Floor Maisonette 242 Wickham Road Erection of second floor rear mansard roof extension […]

Traffic counting

Posted on Nov 10, 2017

Over the next few weeks cables similar to those pictured below will be placed in a number of roads within our Ward. These cables are automatic traffic counting equipment being used to survey traffic behaviour. This study is a part of the Council’s long term plan to introduce 20mph speed limits to residential roads across […]

St George’s Chapel of Remembrance, Biggin Hill – under threat

Posted on Aug 22, 2017

To: The Secretary of State for the Department for Culture Media and Sport Protect Biggin Hill St George’s RAF Chapel of Remembrance Stop the part demolition of this iconic Grade II Listed Chapel, built by Sir Winston Churchill in 1951 as a permanent memorial to the 454 fallen airmen from Great Britain, the Dominions and Allied […]

Theft from motor vehicles

Posted on Jun 30, 2017

We have received the following from our PCSO Dear resident, Please be on the look out for  GOLD coloured Volvo Estate and a Lime Green coloured V70 estate. No plate numbers, they are involved in theft from motor vehicles and Builder vans in the Shirley area. Both being driven by 2 white males Regards, PCSO 7312 […]

Killing and mutilation of cats and foxes – Reward offered

Posted on Nov 29, 2016

          £10,000 REWARD For information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person/s responsible for the killing and mutilation of cats and foxes in the Greater London, Surrey, Kent, Manchester, Birmingham, St Albans and Northamptonshire areas. If you have any information on who may be committing these offences, please contact […]