Croydon Council has welcomed a potential ban on private landlords carrying out evictions with no good reason – but called on Government to give renters even greater protection by reviewing Universal Credit.
A plan for closer working between the council and the voluntary and community sector in Croydon so more organisations can access council funding and advice has been launched.
The elections for the European Parliament will take place on Thursday 23 May. The notice of an election was posted yesterday, Monday 15 April.
A new music festival developed with the aim of bringing guitar bands back to the borough has been hailed a great success.
A husband and wife have been ordered to pay a total of £136,240 for continuing to rent out a property containing nine flats despite a council enforcement notice requiring its demolition.
A Croydon Council team that helps get more local people with disabilities into fulfilling jobs has received the top inspection rating from a national organisation.
Collection rates for council tax and business rates in Croydon are at an all-time high with £17 million more collected to fund vital services compared to last year.
Croydon celebrated a historic moment when the borough’s first ever Young Mayor and Deputy Young Mayor were presented with their chains of office this week.
The Leader of Croydon Council has welcomed a cross-party pledge agreed this week that the borough remains open to everyone amid social divisions fuelled by Brexit.
More than 100 people attended council-run events on Tuesday to mark World Autism Awareness Day and gather feedback that will be used to improve support for local residents on the spectrum.