Candidates still have time to submit their application to become Croydon’s first ever Young Mayor before nominations close on Monday 5 Feb 2018.
Britain’s leading charity for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) rights has placed Croydon Council just outside its top 100 employers to work for.
Each year Stonewall assesses employers and employees from organisations nationwide on how inclusive their […]
The Department for Education (DfE) has this week published the commissioner Eleanor Brazil’s report and the ministerial direction in relation to children’s services in Croydon.
We welcome the commissioner’s recognition of our recent progress and her confidence in our improvement plans, […]
In a move designed to ensure equal consideration is given to mental and physical health conditions when people apply for a blue disabled parking badge, the government is reviewing how the scheme […]
Residents of Norbury and Thornton Heath are being invited to a special drop-in event at which they will be able to learn more about plans to reduce the threat of flooding along the course of Norbury Brook.
Croydon Council’s work in helping struggling families to avoid homelessness has reached the final of a national award that recognises housing innovation.
In January 2017, Croydon and around 30 local charities and voluntary groups launched Community Connect so […]
Developers in Croydon will now have the viability appraisal submitted as part of their planning applications made public.
The reports are submitted to provide evidence of the developers’ capability to meet all planning requirements, including meeting the levels […]
Croydon’s Local Plan, which sets out the borough’s growth and development vision over the next 20 years, has been given approval by the planning inspector, with a final decision on its adoption to be made next month.