A-Level pass rates in Croydon have remained around 96%, provisional figures from today show.
Allotment plot-holders have an extra reason to smile this National Allotments Week, as the council announce a £350k improvement programme for six Croydon sites.
Businesses based in the former Allders building have begun relocating into the Whitgift Centre.
Young people are invited to a special jobs fair next week where a range of employers and education providers will be on hand to discuss opportunities to work for their organisations.
Croydon has appointed its first specialist social worker to lead its preventative work against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
The South London Partnership (SLP), a group of five boroughs, has been awarded £4 million by London Councils to create an Internet of Things (IoT) monitoring system to improve people’s lives through better transport, environment, health and other areas while also improving business retention and sustainable economic growth.
Croydon Council has completed the purchase on the final part of the Colonnades Retail and Leisure Park, generating more than £150,000 in additional income for frontline services.
The successful Don’t Mess With Croydon – Take Pride campaign, cracking down on fly-tipping and littering in the borough, has now reached 225 successful prosecutions since it launched in 2014.
Nearly £100,000 has been awarded to community projects across the borough since April, as ward budgets continue to empower Croydon residents and make a difference in communities across the borough.
Registered voters in Croydon can now give feedback to a council-run consultation on a review of the borough’s polling districts for future local or national elections.