Find us at
South London Coroner’s Service, 2nd Floor, Davis House, Robert Street, Croydon CR0 1QQ
We cover the London boroughs of Croydon, Sutton, Bromley and Bexley.
All correspondence for the South London Coroner’s Court should be addressed to the above. Both the court and office are at the above address.
Main switchboard: 020 8313 1883
E-mail us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
14th August 2020
During the current Pandemic all staff are now working remotely, tirelessly to continue our service to you.
However, we are not able to receive any correspondence sent to us by post or courier so for all general enquiries please email email@example.com and we will endeavour to respond to you within 3 working days.
If you are a professional sending us a referral please email LondonSouthCoroner@croydon.gov.uk
If you are a funeral director requesting cremation papers you can now email your request with the relevant details to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will email the documents to you when available for release.
Any person admitted to a remote hearing at South London Coroner’s Court is bound by the following direction from the Senior Coroner:
With respect to the coroner’s investigation, of which this hearing is part, no person attending remotely may further disclose documents previously issued by the court, or exhibits shown in the hearing, or make a recording of the hearing without permission of the coroner.
Disclosure is permitted to legal and professional advisors and immediate members of the deceased’s family in connection with the investigation.
Journalists may wish to apply to the coroner to record a hearing if it is necessary to enable fair reporting. Failure to follow this direction may risk being in contempt of court. If in doubt, please contact the court for a ruling.
- Do not share documents without permission
- Do not share photographs or exhibits without permission
- Do not make recordings without permission
H M Coroner S. Ormond-Walshe
Senior Coroner, South London
South London Coroners Court
1st June 2020
SANDILANDS TRAM CRASH UPDATE
Sandilands Inquests touching the deaths of Donald Collett, Philip Logan, Dorota Rynkiewicz, Philip Seary, Mark Smith, Dane Chinnery and Robert Huxley
Pre-Inquest Review Hearing, 10.00 hours – midday, 25th September 2020
In Council Chamber, Town Hall, Katharine St, Croydon, CR0 1NX
Due to the current Pandemic, and mandatory social distancing, seats are limited in number for the Sandilands Inquests.
Please contact the admin team on email@example.com to book a seat. Places will be on a first come first served basis after family members and other Interested Persons and their legal teams have been given preference. Given the uncertainties with effective MS Teams attendance for such a large hearing, the coroner encourages attendance in person as much as seating allows.
The first procedural hearing took place at midday, 11th December 2019 in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon CR0 1NX.
The second procedural hearing took place at 10am 29th January 2020 in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Katharine Street, Croydon CR0 1NX.
The third procedural hearing took place at 10am 6th August 2020 in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, Katherine Street, Croydon, CR0 1NX.
The Coroner's Court is located at
South London Coroner's Service, Davis House,
Robert Street, Croydon
The location of the Coroner's court is easily accessible in central Croydon, close to East Croydon Rail and Tramlink Stations and to a bus station. The court is approximately a 10 minute walk from East Croydon train station. Detailed further directions if required are available on application to the South London Coroner’s Office. Public car parking is available in Wandle Road car park but not in the court complex itself.
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DISABILITY, TRANSLATION, INTERPRETATION AND OTHER SPECIAL NEEDS
Those who wish to attend court and who have any special requirements (including, for example, a need for translation or interpretation services or help with reading) are requested to contact the office dealing with the inquest well in advance. Wheelchair access is available, but please advise us ahead of your visit so that all necessary arrangements can be made. The courts have toilets, waiting rooms, telephones, and facilities for people with disabilities. It is appreciated if prior warning can be given by those requiring any specific facilities.