Croydon residents are being given the opportunity to start up their own company doing something they love at a free business school later this month.
The Croydon Partnership and Croydon Council had a constructive meeting this week about the redevelopment of the town centre.
A free, 10-day business school to help people create their own sustainable income doing something they love returns to Croydon later this month.
Croydon is preparing to open its doors to the public once again for Open House Weekend.
Supported residents employed to work in a boutique shop in Croydon’s Whitgift Centre have been awarded retail qualifications to help them kickstart their career.
The council has hailed the decision to confirm the compulsory purchase order (CPO) to bring together land for the more than £1billion Westfield/Hammerson development as a historic moment for Croydon residents and a massive step forward in […]
The Court of Appeal has refused the Whitgift Trust permission to appeal the dismissal of its claim for judicial review of planning permission and conservation area consent for the Whitgift redevelopment.
Planning permission and conservation area consent for […]