This page contains useful links to resources and relevant websites as they arise, if you know of anything that may be useful, please use our message board to inform everyone or send the proposed link to us at:
London 21 directory - This site provides access to many environmental organisations such as Council for the Protection of Rural England - London Branch (CPRE), London Green Belt Council, GreenSpace etc.
Campaign to Protect Rural England - People who care passionately about the countryside and campaign for it to be protected and enhanced for the benefit of everyone. The countryside is one of England's most important resources but its beauty, tranquillity and diversity are threatened in many different ways.
The Croydon Plan (UDP)- This site is where you can find the '2nd Deposit Draft Replacement' it is a large 270 page document, but sections can be printed out where required.
UK Land Directory- This site gives a useful insight into land for sale in the UK from a developers point of view and provides a collection of articles and statements made by Government and Authorities.
Croydon Council Planning Applications - This site provides information on planning applications and whether they have been granted or refused.
Reigate & Banstead Council Planning Applications - This site provides information on planning applications and whether they have been granted or refused.
Helpful Reference Documents and Press Releases
contest Linden Homes' appeal, Section 5 is very relevant to our cause.
Coulsdon & Purley Advertiser - This is a jpg document of the press release in the 21st November 2003 Edition.
RAID press release Coulsdon & Purley Advertiser - This is a jpg document of the press release in the 21st November 2003 Edition.
Minutes of Public Meeting 18th November 2003 - This is a PDF document of the minutes
Draft document asking the question - "Will building on the green belt increase affordable housing?"
Photo-shoot held on 19/10/03 - Met at Vic's stables in Woodplace Lane next to Starshaws opposite all the buses, fire engines, army vehicles and rocket launchers! nearly 100 people turned out on what was a very successful residents event. Some pictures below to give a feel of the level of outrage and support from our community.