Croydon Council’s groundbreaking approach to preventing homelessness and improving local families’ prospects won last night (Wednesday) at a national awards ceremony.
Croydon Council has successfully bid for major funding to provide a 24-hour, 365-day hub to help get rough sleepers off the streets and into a place of their own.
More than 100 volunteers who help rough sleepers at cold weather homelessness shelters were thanked at a special event yesterday run by Crystal Palace FC and Croydon Council.
Croydon Council and its partners have now housed six people so far in a scheme providing long-term accommodation and wraparound support for up to 20 vulnerable rough sleepers.
Rough sleepers in Croydon can now get emergency shelter at a Premier League football stadium in extreme weather conditions under a deal between the council and Crystal Palace FC.
A council scheme to get vulnerable rough sleepers off the streets and into a home of their own has signed up its first of 10 properties.
Croydon Council and its third-sector partners will provide 10 one-bedroom flats and wraparound support to vulnerable rough sleepers in the borough thanks to a new £500,000 grant from the Government.
A new contract has started that guarantees Croydon Council a supply of quality accommodation for homeless people over the next 40 years.
Three sites on London Road – with 338 units in total – will remain used as […]
Croydon Council has teamed up with a not-for-profit organisation to introduce a new kind of accommodation aimed at encouraging more homeless adults out of hostels and into work and independent living.
Eight homeless men have moved from local […]
Croydon Council will invest a total of £45m into helping households at risk of homelessness to get private rented properties under plans going to cabinet next week.
Since 2013 Croydon Council has invested £30m in the Real Lettings […]