Croydon has called on the government to sort out the train chaos blighting local commuters and businesses and bring forward urgent investment in the region’s ailing rail network to stop the local economy from grinding to […]
A woman who ignored formal notices from the council, and continued to pile junk outside her property, has been ordered by the courts to clear up, fined – and landed with a huge bill for court costs totalling more than […]
The 700-year-old market is set for a £1.1m renovation after the council secured an additional £600,000 on top of the £500,000 funding it acquired last year.
Proposals for the site include public realm works, involving improvements to the highway that will […]
Education standards in the borough are on the up, with record numbers of positive Ofsted reports and steadily improving academic results.
The council’s latest report shows how the council is on track to successfully deliver its vision for school quality.
Croydon now […]
Croydon Council has unveiled a £160 million plan to build five brand new schools and create thousands of new school places over the next three years, continuing to ensure a place for every child.
The authority has detailed how it will […]
The central Croydon children’s library, has formally reopened with a full makeover following new council investment, demonstrating the borough’s commitment to seeing young people reach their full potential.
The exciting and bold new layout has been led by the council with […]
Friends, neighbours, loved ones – any or all could be targeted by scammers, rogue traders and doorstep fraudsters, and that is why Croydon Council’s trading standards team is recommending a course designed to help combat the menace.
The initiative has been […]
Croydon Council is fulfilling its pledge to make its roads safer and environment cleaner with a consultation to take 20mph zones borough-wide opening this week.
On Wednesday (18 January) Croydon Council will start the statutory consultation process to take 20mph zones […]