CROYDON PARTNERSHIP COMMUNITY ROADSHOW DATE FOR NORBURY AND UPPER NORWOOD
Westfield and Hammerson to host drop-in session for residents, businesses and local community groups
Croydon Partnership, the joint venture between Westfield and Hammerson which is set to redevelop Croydon’s retail centre, is hosting the next roadshow event as part of its series of community drop-in sessions.
The date of the next meeting is:
Date: Saturday 1st October, 11.00am – 2.00pm
Venue: St Oswald’s Church, St Oswalds Road, London, SW16 3NB
Open to the public, the event will give residents, businesses and local community groups of Norbury and Upper Norwood the opportunity to meet members of the Croydon Partnership team, find out more about the £1.4billion investment into the town centre, and answer any questions about the re-development.
The event is the latest in a series of rolling community drop-in sessions which is taking place across Croydon’s 23 wards. This is the 13th roadshow event hosted by the Croydon Partnership.
The roadshow forms a central part of the “Partners in the Town” component of the Croydon Partnership’s Community Plan, which aims to ensure regular dialogue with residents and local businesses and community groups across Croydon as the scheme progresses.
Further community roadshow dates will be announced in due course.
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For further information: Richard Stocks / Richard Sunderland FTI Consulting: +44 (0)20 3727 1000 Croydon@fticonsulting.com
Notes to Editors:
About Croydon Partnership’s plans for Croydon The Croydon Partnership’s £1.4bn scheme will transform Croydon’s town centre into a 1.5m ft² state-of-the-art retail, leisure and restaurant destination, together with new public realm, creating 5,000 new jobs, new car parking and new residential units including affordable housing. This will act as the catalyst for the wider regeneration of Croydon, attracting new residents and visitors back to the town centre for the benefit of all local businesses, whilst delivering a safe destination for families. The Croydon Partnership can be followed on Twitter at @croydonpartners. You can also visit the website www.thecroydonpartnership.com