Monthly Archive: January 2015

Fly-tippers dump two tonnes of waste in Croydon

Croydon Council wants the public’s help in finding and prosecuting two men who dumped two tonnes of building waste in a Waddon cul-de-sac. Officers were called to Lysander Road on the Imperial Way trading...

Plans to conserve the historic areas of Upper Norwood

Residents are being asked for their views on three new conservation area plans. The council has drawn up draft conservation area documents that will help preserve and enhance Harold Road, Church Road and Beulah...

Dealing with debt

Debt, and the stress that comes with it, can be the cause of mental health difficulties for some people. That is why Croydon Council is lending its weight, during Debt Awareness Week, to a...

Thousands go online for Freedom Pass renewals

Croydon’s older citizens have no fear of conducting their affairs online, if the latest figures for Freedom Pass renewals are anything to go by. Apart from neighbouring Bromley, Croydon has recorded the highest number...

Parade tells world Croydon is going places

Croydon’s bright and imaginative entry in the 2015 London New Year’s Day Parade gained a runner-up place and received a special award of £2,000 toward the Mayoral charities, Age UK and Macmillan Cancer. Croydon’s...

Council officer shortlisted for architecture award

A rising star in the world of architecture is in the running for a prestigious award. Chloe Phelps, who is deputy team leader of the council’s place-making team, has been shortlisted for the Architect...