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Unblocking the Croydon bottleneck
Network Rail From 01 Jun 2020  to 20 Sep 2020
Feedback due 31 Dec 2020
Why are we doing this?

Network Rail are consulting on major proposals to unblock the Croydon bottleneck to provide Brighton Main Line passengers with more reliable, more frequent and faster services, and to provide the capacity needed for future growth.  

Public consultation – Monday 1 June to Sunday 20 September 2020

You can view the detailed proposals on our consultation portal. You can also speak with the project team via our online chat facility or on our dedicated consultation hotline.

View the detailed proposals and have your say by:

Completing the online form

Speaking to a member of the project team via the online chat on the consultation page

Available 1 June - 28 June at the following times:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday – 10:00 – 15:00

Wednesday – 16:00 – 20:00

Call the consultation hotline 020 7118 0684

Available 1 June - 17 July at the following times:

  • Monday to Wednesday – 10:00 – 12:00 and 14:00 – 16:00
  • Thursday – 18:00 – 20:00
  • Saturday – 10:00 – 12:00
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Drug and alcohol misuse (substance misuse) in Croydon survey August 2020
London Borough of Croydon From 10 Jul 2020  to 18 Sep 2020
Feedback due 02 Oct 2020
Why are we doing this?

Survey on drug and alcohol misuse (substance misuse) in Croydon August 2020

Croydon Council has commissioned research into drug and alcohol misuse (substance misuse) in the borough.  Like every London borough, Croydon has problems related to substance misuse (data sourced from the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System that provides borough by borough data on substance misuse:   https://www.ndtms.net/ )

This survey is part of a process that is aimed at improving both local substance misuse treatment services and the wider response to substance misuse, for example, education, prevention and crime reduction.

This survey is asking for your thoughts and opinions.   It is completely anonymous and does not ask you anything about yourself.  This information will be put together with statistical data on what is happening in Croydon, the views of those who work with substance misusers and with the thoughts of substance misusers and their families.  The data and feedback will be used to draw up plans for a new local contract for substance misuse services and other changes that will help to reduce the impact that drugs and alcohol have on Croydon.

These changes will be aimed at improving the help available to people who have alcohol or drug problems, but also reducing the impact on families and the whole community of Croydon.

Results and findings of the survey will be shared with our stakeholders such as cabinet members, senior management and those involved in planning and commissioning substance misuse services.   They will also be shared with our partners in, for example, the health service.  The report from this research will be made available to the public via the Get involved engagement platform.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts and opinions.

 

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Parks and Greenspaces in a COVID-19 Landscape
London Borough of Croydon From 05 Aug 2020  to 13 Sep 2020
Feedback due 04 Dec 2020
Why are we doing this?

One consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic is the spotlight highlighting the importance of access to and use of local parks and greenspaces. When considered in conjunction with the pre-COVID-19 growing interest in the role these greenspaces can play in Climate Crisis mitigation, there is now far greater and wider awareness of the value they provide to society as a whole. A number of broad scale surveys are being conducted to understand how the pandemic is changing use and perception of these greenspaces, however a short Croydon-specific data gathering exercise will provide verifiable insight which will be of use to Council officers who are planning for a future for these greenspaces post-COVID-19.

The survey outcomes identified below will provide baseline data on use of these greenspaces as well as some light-touch resident perceptions on how these greenspaces are being managed now and what they could look like in the future. Given the financially restrictive position the Council is in, it will be important to prioritise what investment is possible whilst also maintaining realistic expectations across the political and public spheres.

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Covid-19 Repairs and Maintenance Residents' Perception Survey
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Jul 2020  to 31 Aug 2020
Feedback due 30 Sep 2020
Why are we doing this?

The aim of this survey is to have a better understanding why residents have not reported their outstanding repairs to the Repairs team since the Coronavirus lockdown began on 23 March.

 

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Selsdon Community Plan
London Borough of Croydon From 16 Dec 2019  to 31 Jul 2020
Feedback due 14 Aug 2020
Why are we doing this?

Selsdon Community Plan

We want your views on the future of Selsdon to help us produce a community plan that will set out priorities for how the area can improve.  This five-year plan, which will cover the areas of Selsdon, Forestdale and Addington Village, is being led by a team made up local groups, churches, ward councillors, Croydon Council, local businesses and schools who are working together to help change Selsdon for the better by:-

  • Building a pleasant, modern, healthy environment respectful of its heritage, fit for the future
  • Nurturing sustainable local businesses to secure high quality jobs for local people
  • Creating a connected, collaborative, welcoming community of which residents are proud

This survey uses ideas and suggestions made by the community in November and you can view a short report summarising feedback on the following link Selsdon Community Day Responses

Please complete this short survey by following the link www.croydon.gov.uk/selsdonCPsurvey by Thursday 12 March 2020.

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Croydon Council Awards
London Borough of Croydon From 23 Apr 2014  to 31 Jul 2020
Feedback due 31 Jul 2020
Why are we doing this?

The Croydon Council Awards recognise and celebrate the excellent work of those who go above and beyond for Croydon each and every day.

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Proposal to extend the age range at St Giles School
London Borough of Croydon From 24 Feb 2020  to 31 Mar 2020
Feedback due 29 May 2020
Why are we doing this?

We would like to hear your views on our proposal to extend the age range at St Giles School from 4 - 19 years to 2 - 19 years from September 2020.

Extending the age range at St Giles School will allow for specialist education for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties, physical sensory medical needs from 2 years old. The proposal suggests the management of the specialist nursery class Crosfield Rainbow Group is transferred to St Giles School.  This will provide a clearer pathway from early years to school years for children in specialist education. 

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The Big Conversation
London Borough of Croydon From 13 Oct 2019  to 31 Mar 2020
Feedback due 30 Jun 2020
Why are we doing this?

The Big Conversation asks what we want our borough to be like in 2030? We take a look at some of the challenges we face now, how Croydon is changing and how everyone has a part to play.

We’ve highlighted six topics for us to talk about:

  1. Culture at the heart of regeneration
  2. Decent homes for all
  3. Safe and secure communities
  4. Jobs and the economy
  5. Caring for each other
  6. Creating a sustainable Croydon

 

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London Road
London Borough of Croydon From 16 Mar 2020  to 20 Mar 2020
Feedback due 27 Mar 2020
Why are we doing this?

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Croydon Fair Access Protocol
London Borough of Croydon From 18 Sep 2019  to 15 Mar 2020
Feedback due 30 Apr 2020
Why are we doing this?

We're updating our schools Fair Access Protocol for the first time since 2013. This updated version sets out the proposed expectations for Croydon schools.

Every local authority is required to have a Fair Access Protocol to ensure that children, especially the most vulnerable, who are unable to secure a school place through the in-year admission process, are offered a suitable school place as quickly as possible.

The Croydon Fair Access Protocol is based on the requirements of the School Admission Code (2014); departmental advice issued by the Department for Education; the regulations and guidance relating to Children Missing from Education (CME); and locally agreed guidance/practice.

It also takes into account the context of schools in Croydon and local practice.

Fair Access Protocols should not be used as a means to circumvent the normal in-year admissions process. A parent can apply for a place as an in-year admission at any point and is entitled to an appeal when a place is not offered.

The protocol applies to all state funded mainstream schools, including academies and free schools, located within the London Borough of Croydon.

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