Residents are being given the chance to help shape Croydon’s response to the climate and ecological emergency by being asked to join a new citizens’ assembly.
Council leaders have set out plans to deliver for Croydon in 2019/20 – continuing to invest in the services that matter most to residents and in the borough’s future.
A boutique shop has opened in the Whitgift Centre that is staffed by Croydon residents with disabilities on a practical four-week training course working towards a career in retail.
A new skills academy which provides residents with the chance to undergo training and gain qualifications in construction was officially opened in New Addington today.
Croydon Council has welcomed the news vital upgrades to train lines through central Croydon are a step closer to fruition.
The council has been lobbying government for urgent improvements to the Brighton Main Line, specifically in the East […]
Council challenges ‘unacceptable’ Government funding to support unaccompanied asylum seeking children
Croydon Council has challenged a Government decision to award the borough just under two per cent of a national fund to support unaccompanied asylum seeking children.
Britain’s leading charity for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) rights has placed Croydon Council just outside its top 100 employers to work for.
Each year Stonewall assesses employers and employees from organisations nationwide on how inclusive their […]
“Just a few weeks ago, Croydon commemorated the first anniversary of this tragic incident – and the victims, their families and friends are never far from our thoughts.
The transformation of Croydon town centre will begin in 2019 bringing with it up to 7,000 new jobs for local people and 1,000 new homes.
The £1.4bn redevelopment proposal for the Whitgift Shopping Centre by the Croydon Partnership […]
Croydon fell silent this morning as the community came together to mark the first anniversary of the Sandilands tram derailment.
More than 50 people were injured and seven people – Dane Chinnery, Donald Collett, Robert Huxley, Philip Logan, […]