Croydon North Streets Commission

The Public Gallery: Rubbish, reports and regionalism

Posted on February 13th, by Tom Black in Politics & Society. 5 comments

Tom Black returns with a look at the report into north Croydon’s streets and an assessment of the ‘two Croydons’ phenomenon

Street cleans are made of… this, apparently

Last Thursday saw the publication of the long-awaited report from the Croydon North Streets Commission, chaired by Nero Ughwujabo. Our very own Liz Sheppard-Jones was at the launch, though a combination of sniffles and paper distribution … Read More »

The Public Gallery: Over to you

Posted on February 6th, by Tom Black in Politics & Society. 2 comments

After a packed week for the Citizen, Tom Black offers a short update and invites TPG’s readers to talk amongst themselves

I’ve had a busy week. As our February print edition drew nearer (and I’m proud to say we started distributing it this morning), I found my attention diverted from the busy world of Cronxpolitik. Long hours of design and preparation have now given way … Read More »

The Public Gallery: Street cleans are made of this

Posted on October 17th, by Tom Black in Politics & Society. 7 comments

Independence of Croydon North Streets Commission questioned by Conservatives

Croydon North’s MP, Labour frontbencher Steve Reed, has launched a commission ‘to investigate the growing crisis of litter-strewn streets across the north of the borough’. Keeping a pledge he made at the by-election last November, Reed set up the Croydon North Streets Commission this week with a remit to give recommendations on how to deal with litter and flytipping in … Read More »