Housing market


There’s space for micro-apartments in Croydon’s housing market

Posted on May 31st, by Martin Skinner in Economics & Business. 3 comments

Can smaller apartments be acceptable living spaces? A local developer explains why he thinks that they can work for couples and singles

I recently read an article in the Croydon Citizen titled ’Do Croydon’s children and young people have enough space at home?‘, which suggests that small homes should be rejected because of the impact that they have on family life. I disagree, and I’ll explain why.

Read More »



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 »