A positive plan for Croydon’s future

Less than 6 weeks before the borough Council elections which will determine who runs Croydon for the next 4 years, the Conservatives on Friday laid out their challenge to the Labour party which currently runs Croydon - a plan for a dynamic, forward-looking and clean town, delivered by a Council which is well-run and above... Continue Reading →

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Labour almost blows Westfield scheme

Only a last minute intervention by Conservative Minister for London, Greg Hands MP, working with Croydon South MP Chris Philp and the leader of the Conservative group on the council , Cllr Tim Pollard, has prevented our hopeless Labour council blowing the Westfield scheme. Up and down the borough residents have been asking "Where͛s Westfield? Why is... Continue Reading →

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Labour’s hated local plan to go ahead

Labour’s ‘Local Plan’ went through its Inspection in Public, which resulted in a few changes to the original proposals. Conservative councillors attended most inspection sessions to support residents, unlike Labour councillors who  stayed away. Creating the local plan is a legal requirement and the work has been going on for many years and goes through... Continue Reading →

Croydon Conservatives offer help for carers

Croydon Conservatives have launched one of their first manifesto commitments for the local elections in 2018, and it is to provide support for carers by reducing council tax for many. Councillor Tim Pollard, Conservative Group Leader says “ Croydon’s incredible carers make considerable sacrifices to care for loved ones within their home. That’s why the... Continue Reading →

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