Three Croydon communities are benefiting from a pilot of new, innovative smart technology, encouraging people back to their local high streets.
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.
Croydon Council’s digital service has successfully secured over £100k of government funding to trial two innovative ways of working with other local authorities to save cash-strapped councils money.
The South London Partnership (SLP), a group of five boroughs, has been awarded £4 million by London Councils to create an Internet of Things (IoT) monitoring system to improve people’s lives through better transport, environment, health and other areas while also improving business retention and sustainable economic growth.
A new website, improved resident engagement and a better connected borough are the top priorities of the council’s new digital strategy, set to transform residents’ lives.
Croydon Council wants to hear from you to help shape the future of the borough.
Families with young children are being encouraged to get online, with the launch of weekly Best Start Digital Zones at Croydon central library from this Thursday (2 August).
Parents and carers will be able to drop in for […]