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One of the most central and iconic meeting and events venues in LondonCall our sales team on 020 7412 5522 or email . C onference Centre refurbishment just completed . Auditorium for up to 255 delegates. T he King's Library Gallery with spectacular views for up to 200 for post-conference receptions and dinners. T he Terrace Restaurant and Terrace including outdoor bar for up to 280 for post-conference barbeques and networking'S NOT JUST A LIBRARYIT'S THE BRITISH LIBRARYF291 BL Events Ad AW.indd 110/6/11 11:34:19Free wi-fiParking for 200 vehiclesState of the art equipmentDedicated events management serviceSelhurst Park Stadium, London SE25 020 8768 6000Welcome to Selhurst Park A Unique and Contemporary Venue Just 20 Minutes from Central London

March 2012 . . 49 CROYDONfter the harrowing images of Croydon streets ablaze, last summer, during the worst rioting the country has ever seen, it is no surprise the South East London town wants to shed its skin. Much like a snake sheds its skin to remove parasites and allow for growth, the town is regenerating itself.In conjunction with other key stakeholders, Croydon Business Improvement District (BID) is leading a wide range of initiatives to improve safety and security in the town centre, increase its appeal to visitors and counter negative, and in its words "unfair" perceptions.Croydon BID's Chairman Max Menon told CN: "One of the positives to have ACroydon: a new dawnCroydon town centre chiefs are asking people to leave their negative perceptions of Croydon's safety and security behind as they embark on a regeneration programme. Vikki Carley reportsBoris Johnson has recognised Croydon as an opportunity area, pledging £23m of funding for regeneration come out of last summer's disturbances is a renewed vigour among the local community to work together to restore confi dence and progress in the town and this has been supported by a wave of additional marketing activity led by the BID in conjunction with Croydon Council and other key partners in order to support the town's recovery. In addition London's Mayor, Boris Johnson has recognised Croydon as an Opportunity Area, pledging £23m of additional funding for regeneration.As part of the initiative, Croydon's hotels and conference centres have come together to form a new convention bureau for the town, Destination Croydon, to put Croydon fi rmly on the conference circuit map, while helping to maximise the