Croydon Council is encouraging all its residents to fill out the once-in-a-decade survey that provides a snapshot of every person and household in the country.
On Monday, Croydon Council agreed its budget for 2021/22 following our acceptance of a government offer for a capitalisation direction.
Croydon Council has agreed its budget for the coming year with a focus on more savings, strong financial discipline and maintaining core services for residents.
Croydon Council is launching more testing options for residents in South Norwood and Thornton Heath from tomorrow as part of the extra Covid-19 testing in the area.
I’m pleased that today, we have received government approval of a capitalisation direction that will help to balance this year’s budget and support Croydon’s plan to put its finances back on track.
The council has welcomed government approval of a capitalisation direction that will help to balance this year’s budget and support Croydon’s plan to put its finances back on track.
Croydon Council will be working with NHS Test and Trace to launch extra Covid-19 testing in the South Norwood and Thornton Heath area, as part of the national programme to track and identify any further cases of the variant of Covid-19 first identified in Brazil.
The number of applications for secondary school places in Croydon has increased while the amount of pupils being offered a place at one of their top three secondary schools remains above 80 per cent.
Croydon pubs, clubs, restaurants and leisure businesses hit by Covid-19 are being urged to apply for a new £10,000 grant funded by government and run by the council.
A consortium of local groups, supported by Croydon Council the police and the NHS, has been awarded £750,000 of funding from a Mayor of London initiative to help tackle violence in the capital.