The Leader of Croydon Council today called on the government to sustainably fund the care sector as a report into the borough’s ongoing Covid-19 support for vulnerable residents was made public.
Residents are being invited to have their say and help shape Croydon Council’s future plans for the Purley Way.
With lockdown measures eased a little to allow groups of up to six to meet outdoors, I’m sure many of you will be looking forward to seeing loved ones after a long separation.
Residents and commuters are being encouraged to have their say on plans to improve the Brighton Main Line and transform East Croydon station, strengthening Croydon’s excellent transport links and importance as an economic centre for London and the South East.
More stallholders will reopen at Croydon’s historic Surrey Street market and at locations across the borough starting from next week as the government eases some Covid-19 business restrictions.
A collaborative approach to reducing and preventing violence in Croydon will be at the heart of the borough’s new community safety strategy it was revealed today.
Croydon’s voluntary and community groups’ work to support vulnerable residents through the Covid-19 crisis has been boosted with grants from the council’s Voluntary and Community Sector Covid-19 Emergency Fund.
As we enter the third month of the Covid crisis, we are still proud to be playing our role in shielding and looking after 15,000 of Croydon’s most vulnerable residents.....
The Croydon Streetspace project is expanding to seven new locations next week, creating larger spaces for pedestrians and cyclists to use safely as lockdown restrictions are eased.
Parking enforcement across Croydon will be gradually reintroduced from next week to help keep the borough’s roads clear and safe, as lockdown eases.