From January 2021 drivers with more polluting vehicles will pay more to park in Croydon while the greenest cars will receive substantial discounts.
Croydon Council has joined forces with residents and park users to launch a social media campaign aimed at combatting the challenges of litter dropped in our parks, after seven extra tonnes of rubbish were collected from April to June this year.
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.
In response to the current Covid-19 pandemic, new temporary schemes that further reduce traffic, allowing residents to make better use of quieter roads are to be introduced across Croydon.
Croydon’s bid to become carbon-neutral by 2030 through radical plans to tackle climate change moved forward today with the launch of the borough’s Climate Crisis Commission.
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.
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.
Residents across Croydon are urged to have their say on the borough’s future as part of The Big Conversation with the current focus turning to all things sustainable.
A week-long crackdown on fly-tipping in Norbury saw more than 30 fines issued as part of the council’s award-winning Don’t Mess With Croydon, Take Pride campaign.
Hundreds of new trees are coming to Croydon, making streets greener and cleaner by reducing air pollution.