Monthly Archives: December 2015

December 2015

Council shuts drugs den

2015-12-22T15:04:18+00:00 December 22nd, 2015|Recent news|

A Croydon house known for drug-taking, harassment and antisocial behaviour has been boarded up by council enforcement officers.

On Monday (21 December), the council’s antisocial behaviour enforcement team shut 70 Alford Green in New Addington – just hours after Croydon magistrates […]

Dogs are not just for Christmas

2015-12-22T09:50:35+00:00 December 22nd, 2015|Recent news|

Thinking of buying a dog this Christmas? Croydon Council‘s dog warden service is asking people to think very carefully before they give an animal as a present.

Each year the increase in unwanted dogs goes up at the start of the […]

Working for residents over the festive break

2015-12-17T12:29:51+00:00 December 17th, 2015|Recent news|

Christmas and New Year holidays won’t stop Croydon Council providing vital public services to its residents.

An army of dedicated public servants will be ready to forego their turkey to deal with any of a range of issues that might crop […]

Appeal to boost council care equipment reuse

2015-12-16T14:30:36+00:00 December 16th, 2015|Recent news|

Beds and bath seats gathering dust in Croydon attics could be reused and save taxpayers’ money under a council appeal for more people to return loaned mobility gear.

Last year the council helped 6,930 residents live at home after hospital treatment […]

Tell us how you feel about community safety

2015-12-15T16:24:17+00:00 December 15th, 2015|Recent news|

Residents’ views and feelings on crime and antisocial behaviour are sought in a survey being run by the Safer Croydon Partnership (SCP).

The partnership brings together the council, police, fire brigade, health service, businesses, probation, community and voluntary sector groups in […]

Croydon confirmed as southern economic powerhouse

2015-12-15T13:01:04+00:00 December 15th, 2015|Recent news|

Newly-published economic data underlines how Croydon has the second-fastest expanding local economy in the UK, with a 9.3% growth rate putting the borough’s progress significantly ahead of many other areas.

Croydon’s growth is 3.7% above the London average and more than […]

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