CCC AGM 2016 – minutes and notes of public meeting

Thanks to everyone who attended our AGM and the public meeting that followed.  All who attended were emailed with a copy of the notes for comment prior to finalising.


Here are the minutes of the AGM and related reports:

AGM minutes 30 Nov 2016

Chair’s Report

CCC Accounts summary – AGM 2016


And here are the notes of the public meeting that followed:

Notes of Public meeting – 30 Nov 2016

These include a policing update and Q and A on the redevelopment of Queen’s Gardens and the Taberner House site.


The notices of the meeting were posted on the website directly after the meeting, here.

Please don’t forget to have your say on the NHS Croydon CCG’s proposed change to prescribing. Find the CCG’s PowerPoint presentation from our public meeting the week prior, here.



screen-shot-2016-12-17-at-00-42-59You can also still have your say on the redevelopment of Taberner House and redesign of Queen’s Gardens by engaging in the consultation. This includes further opportunities to contribute to groups set up on different aspects of the project.

There is also a public meeting on 19 January 2016 where you can meet the architects and developers, see the plans and have your say.


Thank you to those who kindly made donations to the food bank at the Croydon Refugee Day Centre, West Croydon.  These have been delivered to the centre along with other donations collected at St Michael’s.

Forward meeting plan
Our next public meeting will be in January 2017 and we are waiting to hear from the council regarding the availability of a council officer who can attend as we’d like to revisit the topic of RUBBISH – Refuse, recycling and fly-tipping. We have provisionally pencilled in Monday 16 January 2017 for this.

Forward meeting dates and venues have been planned and will be announced as soon as each is finalised.

Current plans are to hold a meeting in association with the council on crowdfunding. We’d hoped to do so in February but we may dedicate the February meeting to discussing 20 mph as the borough-wide consultation has been approved by the council, ending in February, and move the crowdfunding meeting to March. 

We’d love to hear your views, so do let us know, either by posting comments here or emailing us at

Everyone is very welcome to attend any of our events.

And anyone can support our work by taking up membership and/or donating to support our work.