Croydon Council’s crackdown on fly-tipping has seen two more vans seized over the past weeks, bringing the total up to 50.
Vulnerable Croydon residents at higher risk of coronavirus or in severe hardship will continue to receive vital council support when a government scheme ends this month.
Readers will soon be able to borrow books from five of Croydon’s libraries for the first time since the buildings were closed by coronavirus as the home library delivery service also restarts from Monday 20 July.
Even more pupils are set to have safer and healthier journeys to school when 10 further Schools Streets are introduced in September, taking the total in Croydon to 21.
Businesses across Croydon – including pubs, restaurants and hairdressers – are preparing to welcome back customers from tomorrow (Saturday) for the first time since March with the council providing advice and support to help them reopen as safely as possible.
Croydon Council is up for a national award after boosting the borough’s recycling rate by the largest margin in London.
A key route into central Croydon will have a new segregated cycle lane and 20mph limit installed as Croydon’s Streetspace initiative introduces new safety measures to London Road.
A new fund is offering freelance artists, performers, musicians and other creative practitioners in Croydon grants of up to £1,000 and business support to help them during the coronavirus pandemic.
Croydon pharmacies have joined a council-run safety campaign to help support those experiencing domestic abuse.
Croydon has been named as one of the top digital destinations in the country with thousands of new tech start-ups making the borough their home.