The Streets Commission is an independent commission, chaired by Nero Ughwujabo, chair of the Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Forum in Croydon, and comprising of six panel members from across the community in Croydon North.
They will be taking views, evidence and recommendations from groups and individuals across Croydon with regards to the state of Croydon’s streets. This includes issues of fly tipping, bin collection, graffiti, vandalism and street cleaning. Once the evidence is gathered, the commission will produce a report that will be officially presented to the council with a series of recommendations for how street cleaning and waste management services in the borough can start meeting the expectations of residents.
The Croydon Streets Commission was launched by Steve Reed, the Labour MP for Croydon North, following his pre-election pledge to tackle the many complaints residents have about the state of the streets across his constituency. However, the chair and panel comprise of independent representatives from across the community, and the commission is non-party political.
The report will give a series of recommendations based entirely on the views and evidence gathered from people across Croydon North, and upon its completion will be officially presented to the council by Steve Reed MP and Nero Ughwujabo.
Please take the time to look at the website and submit your views and evidence to the Croydon North Streets Commission as soon as you can as they are hoping to present the report by mid-November.
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