A council clampdown against fly-tippers and litterers has now reached 196 successful prosecutions after the latest case on Tuesday 27 March.
An alliance created between Croydon Council staff, Age UK Croydon and the local NHS so over-65s need less time in hospital has been renewed for another nine years today (Thursday).
Young people can sign up now for free activities and workshops taking place at youth centres across Croydon over the Easter break.
Croydon’s Youth Offending Service (YOS) worked with Wandle Arts Regeneration Programme to create a three-metre totem pole which has just been placed in Wandle Park.
Heavy drinking and illegal drug use by crowds of visitors has led to a three-month premises closure order for a Purley flat.
Croydon Council has pledged to stop using energy generated from fossil fuels by 2050 by joining a growing nationwide alliance across the public and private sectors.
Hundreds of Croydon people have registered an interest in new homes - half of them affordable - being delivered by Brick by Brick, the development company set up by the council.
A multi-agency operation saw partners work together to clean up the borough and address residents’ concerns about fly-tipping and littering.
Photographs of unsung heroes from New Addington now adorn the hoardings at the site of the new multi-million pound leisure and community centre, after being unveiled.
Croydon is to continue to provide funding for a police officer to help stop crime and antisocial behaviour in New Addington. The three-year contract will be renewed for a further year from April.