The council is asking for views on plans to improve five Croydon Healthy Neighbourhoods set up to make local streets quieter, safer and healthier.
Croydon’s ambition to become London’s greenest borough took another step forward as the independent Croydon Climate Crisis Commission held its first meeting this week.
Croydon drivers who leave their engines running while parked will be asked to turn them off or face a fine as part of a pan-London crackdown.
Croydon is set to declare a climate emergency in a bid to tackle climate change and improve the environment for residents now and for future generations.
A £250,000 fund has been set up to help a range of sustainable initiatives across Croydon as the council works to make it London’s greenest borough.