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North End Activities

Situated at the heart of Croydon's bustling commercial centre, the North End pedestrian area serves as a popular backdrop for a wide range of entertainment, promotions and activities over the course of the year.

So that everyone has the best possible experience when they come here, we work closely with Croydon Council, the Metropolitan Police and other organisations to ensure these activities are effectively controlled and managed.

In the last year alone, we have enabled the delivery of around 165 approved activities in North End, ranging from street entertainment, busking and fairground rides, to product promotions and leafleting.

Planning to organise an activity in North End?

If you’re hoping to use North End for any type of activity, you must first submit to us a full and detailed application regarding what’s proposed. Please be aware: at least 28 days' notice is required before any event is proposed to take place.

Each application will be considered by Croydon BID and the North End Advisory Group.  Once your application is received, you will be contacted within seven days regarding the outcome.

Downloand and complete the North End Activities Application Form and submit it to us either by:

  • POST: Croydon Business Improvement District, Cambridge House, 16-18 Wellesley Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 2DD

For more information, contact the Croydon BID team directly on 020 8603 0050.

Licensing Requirements:

Please remember it is your responsibility to obtain any necessary Street Trading Licence required for your activity directly from Croydon Council. For more information, visit http://www.croydon.gov.uk/business/licences or contact Croydon Council on 020 8726 6000. 

Risk Assessment:

You must also ensure your event is run safely and without causing nuisance - including noise - to businesses and other users of the town centre. In this respect, you may wish or be required to carry out a risk assessment and take steps to mitigate the likelihood of causing nuisance, damage to property, public disorder, or injury to any persons.

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