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CALAT New Addington

Jul 2 2018 to Jul 1 2019
Benefits and council tax, Business and investment, Community and life events, Council and elections, Education and learning, Environment, Health and social care, Housing, Jobs at Croydon, Leisure and culture, Planning and regeneration, Parking, streets and transport, Public services

CALAT (Croydon Adult Learning And Training) has been part of the fabric of Croydon for over 70 years offering adults in the borough a wide range of courses for work or leisure.

We have created this survey to find out what the residents of New Addington and the surrounding areas know about CALAT and what courses you would like to see offered at the New Addington Centre in the future.


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New Addington North Ward, Selsdon Vale & Forestdale Ward, Selsdon & Addington Village Ward, New Addington South Ward

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Draft Short Breaks Statement

Feb 18 2019 to Apr 6 2019
Health and social care

Croydon has had a statutory duty under the Break for Carers of Disabled Children Regulations 2011 to “provide short breaks to those who care for disabled children when it would improve their ability to care for their disabled child, or when they could not continue to provide care without a short break” and to “publish information to parents about the service available in their area and criteria for accessing it”.

The document where we publish this information for parents and carers is called the Short Breaks Statement and we are currently updating this and would like to seek your views


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London Borough of Croydon

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Community Toilet Scheme

Jan 18 2019 to Mar 15 2019
Community and life events

Under the current provision of toilets in the borough, there are two disability compliant toilets which also have baby changing facilities. We are proposing a community toilet scheme (CTS) that not only makes wider provision under the Equality Act 2010 but also provides more baby changing facilities. 

As part of a wider cost saving initiative the introduction of a community toilet scheme (CTS) would save the council around £75,000 per year.


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London Borough of Croydon

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Article 4 Direction on Homes in Multiple Occupation (HMOs)

Jan 24 2019 to Mar 8 2019
Housing, Planning and regeneration

Currently, changes of use between a dwelling house (C3) and small HMO (C4) do not require planning permission. Over the past 10 years, Croydon has lost over 900 family homes to conversion and large HMO properties. This does not include the number of family homes lost to the current permitted development right, which remains unknown due to the inability to specifically quantify the change of uses.

Evidence supporting the Croydon Local Plan 2018 identified a need to protect and deliver a large proportion of family homes to meet the estimated need as part of the borough’s overall housing need.

On 18 January 2019, Croydon Council made a non-immediate, borough-wide Article 4(1) Direction that will have the effect of withdrawing the permitted development right for the change of use from a dwelling house (C3) to a small House in Multiple Occupation HMO (C4). In accordance with Schedule 3 of that Order, it is proposed the Direction will come into force on 28 January 2020, if confirmed.


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London Borough of Croydon

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