Croydon Council has begun the next stage of working out how many thousands of new homes will be delivered over the next 20 years to tackle the housing crisis and boost the borough’s economy.
New key worker housing and council homes are set to be provided by Croydon Council under proposals due before cabinet this month.
Croydon residents still have time to have their say on how the borough’s growth up to 2039 should be managed, as the first stage of the Local Plan review consultation continues.
Consultation on the Local Plan review begins today (8 November), and the council is asking for as many people as possible to have their say on how the borough should grow.
A borough-wide consultation to give residents a say on how the council should manage Croydon’s growth over the next 20 years and beyond is set to begin next month following cabinet approval last night.
Croydon Council is reviewing part of its Local Plan to update the vision and strategy for Croydon’s growth up to 2040, and set out how the borough will continue to deliver much-needed new homes, jobs and community facilities.
New Addington residents and businesses back plans for new homes and improved community facilities around Central Parade, results published today have shown.
Croydon Council has today written to the High Court supporting a developer’s application for a Judicial Review of the Secretary of State’s decision to refuse a Purley housing scheme.
Croydon Council is proposing to protect family homes by requiring planning permission to convert properties into houses of multiple occupation (HMOs).