Croydon Council has this week asked for government approval to renew the borough’s landlord licensing scheme that makes sure privately-let properties meet key housing standards.
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.
Plans to renew the landlord licensing scheme created by Croydon Council to raise standards and conditions in private rented homes across the borough will go to cabinet for approval next week.
A partnership between the council and the community has launched its fourth Food Stop for local families in need as a borough-wide welfare response to COVID-19 continues.
Over 1,000 households in Croydon have now received food parcels or financial support and advice from a partnership between the council, community and local volunteers in response to COVID-19.
New key worker housing and council homes are set to be provided by Croydon Council under proposals due before cabinet this month.
Croydon people have one week left to have their say on council plans to renew its scheme that requires privately-let properties to be licensed.
An underground plaza boasting a restaurant, cinema and running track; drone racing; and the creation of a subterranean mushroom farm; have been crowned the winning concepts in the Reimagine Croydon’s Subways ideas competition.
An award-winning initiative where the council and community groups help struggling residents to save up to £700 a year off household bills was unveiled in Thornton Heath yesterday (Wednesday).
An old garage site in Shrublands could become affordable homes built by local people for local people – and the council wants to hear from neighbours keen on getting involved.