Hopefully you will have attended the recent drop-in event about the proposed development on Ashburton Playing Fields.
This scheme is being presented to planning committee on Thursday 11th October 2018. No decision will be made at this stage. Councillors can ask questions. Residents can attend and watch from the public gallery but cannot ask any questions.
Here are the details of the meeting:
6.30pm Thursday 11 October 2018
The Council Chamber
Item 5.1 Site B 18/01808/PRE Ashburton Playing Fields
Item 5.1 Site Plans PDF
Full Council Agenda:
Croydon Council Parklife Programme, are holding a drop-in event for the Ashburton Playing Fields development at St Georges Church Hall on Elstan Way on Thursday 4th October 2018 4pm-8pm.
Please do share and inform neighbours/friends of this information so they have the opportunity to feedback.
The MORA Spring 2018 Magazine is on its way to our Road Stewards for delivery to our members. Look out for it coming through your door over the next week or so.
Also a reminder to save the date for Wednesday 25th April 2018 7PM in your diary. It’s the MORA 2018 AGM event and we hope to you see there.
We have been asked to share this by Brick by Brick Action:
“A Protest is to be held at the Town Hall, Catherine Street, Croydon Town Centre at 5 for 5.30pm on Monday 26th March 2018. Please all come along and support the local communities who are being torn apart and devastated by the proposed new builds programme. We are protesting against the Planning Department pushing through all BbB’s plans regardless, against the taking of green areas, parking places and children’s play areas. We are asking that they use brown field land and empty offices to turn into housing instead. Also to make all new housing council properties only. Not for sale or unaffordable ‘affordable’ housing but council owned properties that the homeless and overcrowded families can live in.”
“Brick by Brick Action are a collection of residents, organisations and interested parties that are sick of the actions of Brick by Brick across the London Borough of Croydon.
We are not affiliated to any political party or company, we just want something done about the actions of a Company that is solely owned by the Council and is ruining our area with badly planned building schemes that are proposed and approved by a husband and wife team with no regard to the wishes and ideas of those affected.
If you have been affected by Brick by Brick schemes, please feel free to join us, and maybe we can do something about it.”
Brick by Brick Action
Online Petition: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/fixcroydonplanning
MORA wishes everyone a peaceful Christmas and prosperous New Year.