Croydon Council has welcomed a commitment by the John Lewis Partnership to be an anchor in the £1.4bn redevelopment of The Whitgift Shopping Centre. The retail giant today (31 May) confirmed that they will open a new 165,000 sq ft, four-level John Lewis department store with a Waitrose supermarket on the ground floor in Croydon’s new world-class retail and leisure centre.
Croydon Council is putting residents first with changes to the way it handles data, in line with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
A Croydon Windrush Day commemoration will be held annually to celebrate the contribution of Commonwealth British citizens to Croydon, it was announced today.
Croydon Council has now successfully prosecuted 198 fly-tippers or litterers as part of its Don't Mess With Croydon clampdown after the latest case on Tuesday.
Councillor Bernadette Khan has been sworn in as the Mayor of Croydon for 2018/19, with Councillor Humayun Kabir as her deputy.
The Leader of Croydon Council has announced cabinet appointments and responsibilities following the May 2018 local election. The new structure is due to be ratified at tonight’s Full Council meeting – the first since the election.
Croydon’s Choose Your Future campaign is now the focus of a four-week tram and bus promotion, which starts today.
Work is now under way on the Taberner House site to bring hundreds of affordable homes to Croydon’s town centre
Construction work started this week at the former Taberner House site, bringing closer to reality a stunning new development which will provide hundreds of new homes in Croydon’s town centre. Formerly home to the council offices, the site will provide 513 homes within four buildings, with a mix of affordable, for sale and rental units, as well as new public realm, a children’s play space and a new café. At least 40 per cent of the units will be designated as affordable.
All are invited to a host of community events to support the thousands of people in the borough living with dementia, and their carers.
Croydon’s own Roy Hodgson has been nominated for a Freedom of the Borough award by council leader Tony Newman this week.