Council leader Councillor Tony Newman has welcomed Croydon students’ strong performance in this week’s A-level results.
The average pass rate in Croydon for this year’s results is 98.1%, which is the same as the national average.
With several schools yet to provide their […]
A social innovation in Croydon today (19 Aug) announced it was looking to recruit families to host those in danger of being made homeless.
FairBnB, which operates across the London Borough of Croydon, is […]
A fly-tipper spotted dumping waste twice in the same street has been sentenced to paying £4,170 and doing 250 hours of unpaid community service under the council’s latest Don’t Mess With Croydon prosecution.
Croydon Magistrates’ Court heard on Thursday 11 August […]
A Croydon industrial estate where a motorcyclist was killed during an illegal display event could get road humps under council proposals being shared with local businesses this week.
Croydon Council plans to install the traffic-calming measures at 10 points along part […]
Unregulated toxins, lost revenue, and proceeds being used to finance the activities of criminal gangs – just three reasons that Croydon Council’s trading standards (TS) team is urging people to boycott illegal cigarettes and tobacco.
Acting on reports of sales of […]
A Croydon Council initiative that has helped thousands of people at risk of homelessness has been named one of three winners ahead of an awards ceremony celebrating the best projects in London.
When it launched last year, Croydon’s Gateway division became the […]