Croydon Council has today written to the High Court supporting a developer’s application for a Judicial Review of the Secretary of State’s decision to refuse a Purley housing scheme.
Tenders from exceptional architects and landscape architects to shape one of the most important public spaces in Croydon’s town centre are now being accepted.
More pupils could be set to benefit from safer streets and cleaner air around their schools if plans to ban road traffic during school run times go ahead.
Following on from a successful pilot that saw pedestrian zones introduced around three […]
A nationwide combined discount and identity card for children with a disability has become free for the first time after a groundbreaking deal between a charity and Croydon Council.
Croydon’s plans to set up one of the capital’s first violence reduction networks and adopt a preventative approach to crime have been hailed as ‘exemplary’ practice by London’s Deputy Mayor for policing and crime.
An initiative promoting sustainable travel in and around Croydon has been spearheaded by a local business with the unveiling of their first fully electric van.
The Mayor of Croydon was presented with a special recognition award from Alzheimer’s Society, the UK’s leading dementia charity, for the borough’s efforts to support people living with dementia.
The awards ceremony on Tuesday (22 January) follows the announcement in the […]
The owners and director of a Croydon restaurant whose kitchen was found littered with mouse droppings have been ordered to pay more than £13,500 after a council prosecution.
Residents from across Croydon are invited to join a special event paying tribute to victims of the Holocaust and other genocides marking an international day of remembrance.