House prices

Have you thought about leaving Croydon?

Posted on October 2nd, by Jonny Rose in Economics & Business. 5 comments

With the option to ‘cash out’ growing more and more tempting, do we need a little more fidelity to our borough?

“Have you thought about leaving Croydon?” 

It’s a line of inquiry that’s anathema to me – but for a few Croydonians it’s something that is becoming more than just an idle thought experiment.

The reason for this?

Not the rising tide of litter, … Read More »

The future of Fairfield Halls and College Green

Posted on June 14th, by Ian Marvin in Economics & Business. 5 comments

Ian Marvin wonders if all eyes are on Fairfield when they should be on the wider implications of the development

14th April presented something of a dilemma for anyone with an interest in the development of Croydon as a residential, commercial and cultural centre. Not only was there the ‘Changing the Face’ event organised under the auspices of the RSA (in full, the … Read More »

Reasons to be cheerful about Croydon’s property prices in 2016

Posted on January 4th, by Robert Ward in Economics & Business. 4 comments

For a nation fixated on house prices, we don’t always understand the basics, says Robert Ward

The British are fascinated with property. Daytime television is packed with property ‘experts’ beaming into camera. Newspapers report every wrinkle in the many house price indices.

With all this advice around you would think that we would all be well informed on the subject. My view … Read More »

Print Archive: December 2014 News Magazine – Reflecting on 2014

Posted on January 21st, by The Croydon Citizen in Site News. No Comments

2014 came to an end, and the Citizen looked back on a mixed year for Croydon

Download and read the PDF edition now.

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