Croydon Council has purchased two more local properties to provide rental income for its frontline services delivered to residents.
Positive changes towards long-term goals like quitting smoking, losing weight, doing more exercise and drinking less alcohol can begin immediately in 2020 by visiting Croydon Council’s health website.
Last minute touches to costumes and final rehearsals are under way for a host of Croydon performers as they prepare to take part in London’s New Year’s Day Parade (LNYDP).
Croydon’s FJC team has been working with Croydon Police to bring Christmas cheer to families who have experienced domestic abuse.
The council’s Croydon Apprenticeship Academy has smashed its goal to create and fill 100 apprenticeships in 100 working days, benefiting residents and businesses across the borough.
Croydon’s library members now have access to a catalogue of more than six million books and a host of other items as the borough joins a national partnership.
Croydon has been invited to City Hall in the new year to present their bid to become London’s Borough of Culture in 2023.
New unique plans to support good growth in each of Croydon’s 16 neighbourhood areas have been approved by the council’s cabinet.
Services for children and families are ‘consistently improving’ as Croydon’s drive to improve children’s social care continues to ‘gain further momentum’, Ofsted has found.
Grounds once owned by Archbishops of Canterbury will have stronger protection under planning proposals after approval by Croydon Council’s cabinet yesterday (16 December).