Renaissance


Croydon – 2014 in review

Posted on December 31st, by James Naylor in Site News. 1 Comment

As 2014 draws to a close, the editor-in-chief looks back at the year

And so we come to the end of 2014. This year saw the council return to Labour control after eight years of Tory administration and the sudden resignation of its leader, the ‘iconic’ Saffron Square tower become the tallest building in the borough by a country mile – making it (apparently visible … Read More »



Towering ambition: how tech could rejuvenate Croydon’s office market

Posted on November 19th, by Tom Lickley in Economics & Business. 2 comments

The technology sector is starting to rival finance as the industry powering London’s growth. But how much of that can we expect to filter down to Croydon?

As the cranes begin to cast shadows over East Croydon station, and shimmering glass and steel rises to replace the dirt that has lain adjacent to the tracks for many years, one may expect Croydon’s office market to be … Read More »



2014 Croydon – the graphene superhighway?

Posted on January 22nd, by Matthew McMillan in Croydon: Tech City, Opinion. 2 comments

As the Croydon Tech City movement continues to makes its regenerative might felt, Matthew McMillan from the council explores some other factors making the borough attractive to investors once again

Hi there, Croydon citizen. Long-time listener, first time caller, or whatever the digital equivalent for that is.

What brings me down to this parish is that I’m due to give a talk at the next #Croydon … Read More »