Croydon Policing Newsletter – Old Coulsdon – Dec 2019

Here’s the newsletter covering the ward of Old Coulsdon, keeping people in the ward up to date with policing matters in the area.

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STILL MISSING! White cat from South Croydon home sighted but not found – Can you help find him?

Albie is a much-loved white cat, missing from his home in Lismore Road, South Croydon.

He has now been missing for over a week.
the owner has had reported sightings but he has not returned home.

The original details posted about him are here.

Have you spotted him?

Here is the flyer that the owner produced.

Please share this and this post to help find Albie.

Download a copy of the flyer:  Albie Missing Poster 20191228.

Petition to Croydon Council – We demand that Croydon scrap their plans to dispose of 195 sq m of land around Heath Lodge

Friends of Grangewood Park are asking people to please sign the petition to support a call for Croydon council to scrap their plans to dispose of 195 sq m of land around Heath Lodge located in Grangewood Park.

Written objections and views are also sought.

Friends of Grangewood Park’s image used in the petition

The petition to Croydon Council reads,

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TfL’s proposed changes to 404 and 434 bus routes delayed to April 2020

Between 9 January and 11 February 2019 TfL consulted on changes to bus routes 404 and 434.

Due to that feedback they altered the original proposal to suggest using Farthing Way (Coulsdon Bypass) on route 404 and asked for comments by 11 December 2019.

They received 13 comments although only two of those were about the use of Farthing Way. One was supportive and the other suggested the 404 should use Woodcote Grove Road and The Avenue instead of Farthing Way.

This option was considered. However, using the bypass is preferable as it enables a shorter run time and allows the route to quickly serve central Coulsdon and Coulsdon South station. The 404 will still serve the town centre, just not the current northbound stops.

The other feedback repeated comments raised in the original consultation, including concerns about the appropriate siting of new bus stops in Cane Hill and Old Coulsdon, road safety in winter and road maintenance.

These issues are currently being discussed with the council and the developer of Cane Hill Park. Because of this and related road works the proposed implementation of the changes has been moved from 4 January 2020 to April 2020.

You can find the full consultation details here: https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/buses/routes-404-434/.

What’s happening about the new Westfield for Croydon?

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request submitted by a resident in March of this year has received a response from Croydon Council. The enquirer asked for a copy of the letter to the council leader, Tony Newman, from Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield.

Download a copy of the letter, here: Letter 20 March 2019 Redacted.

Find the full exchange via the What Do They Know website, here.

 

Find the Council’s press release at the time, here: Leader of the council welcomes Westfield commitment – Newsroom.

To stay up to date with developments, check out:

Website: Croydon Partnership

Twitter: @CroydonPartners

 

Policing News for Kenley – Dec 2019

Here’s the latest newsletter covering Kenley ward.

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Kenley Safer Neighbourhood Team
Email – SNMailbox.KenleySNT@met.police.uk

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