Addiscombe Councillor and Chair of Overview & Scrutiny Committee, Sean Fitzsimons, is carrying out a review of the impact the Royal Mail Parcel Collection Office move from East Croydon to Factory Lane, and you can help by completing a Croydon Council survey on this at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/XY5KQYY As part of this … Continue reading
Addiscombe Councillor, Mark Watson has launched a petition requesting the government creates a national register of domestic abuse offenders. A total of 100,000 signatures are required for the issue to be debated in the House of Commons. The council feels that a national register of offenders would help the council … Continue reading
Croydon’s innovative smartphone app My Croydon has broken new ground by developing a feature that enables you to report noise to the council. The app, launched by Addiscombe Councillor, Mark Watson on London Live, has been upgraded to include a decibel meter which measures the noise and tells you whether … Continue reading
Since May 2014, a number of residents have complained about the lack of progress over the installation of the new street lights. Installation works started on some streets in Addiscombe in late 2013, but effectively ground to a halt a few months later. One of the reasons for this delay, … Continue reading
Ashburton Labour councillors welcome the return of buses to Spring Lane following a lengthy absence.
From 14 February, both the 130 and 312 buses return to the bridge. After five years of delays under the Conservative administration this is another Ashburton promise kept by the new ward members.
Ashburton Ward councillor, Cllr Stephen Mann said,
“I am delighted we have finally reached an end of this sorry saga. After nearly five years Ashburton residents have the 312 and 130 buses back on their original routes. When we first became the Action Team we campaigned on this important issue on behalf of Ashburton residents and we are delighted that, as councillors, we have been able to deliver on another of our local campaign promises for the ward.”
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Addiscombe Councillors, who represents the residents of the Morland Road area, which have now lost the use of these two bus routes, are now pressing for an improved 197 bus route, with a more reliable and frequent timetable. We have made our concerns known to both Croydon Council and Transport for London (TFL). Please let us know if you have any concerns on Addiscombe@CroydonLabour.org.uk.
A number of other local authorities across the country have made it easier for local residents to set up temporary play streets in their neighbourhood. With the election of the Labour Administration in May 2014, Croydon Council has been working to review its traffic management regulations to make it easier … Continue reading
At the Council Meeting on the 26th January 2015, it was announced that local Addiscombe Councillor, Cllr Patricia Hay-Justice will be the new Mayor of Croydon for the 2015/16 municipal year, starting 20th May 2015. Patricia, who has been an Addiscombe Councillor since 2010, has been the Deputy Mayor this … Continue reading
We can all do our bit to help the environment and one of the way is to make sure that items, we don’t need any more, don’t end up in the tip. The three principles of reducing waste and our impact on the environment is Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Did … Continue reading