There was an important milestone in the regeneration of the Regina Road estate this week with the results of a ballot showing residents overwhelmingly in favour of the homes being demolished and rebuilt.
Calleydown Shortbreak Children’s Home has retained its ‘good’ rating after an Ofsted inspection found that staff were ‘lovely and approachable’ and have created a safe and welcoming atmosphere for visiting children.
A new agreement will enable the council to hold contractors to account if they underperform.
Residents with questions about fostering in Croydon are invited to join an upcoming information event as part of the borough’s Foster Care Fortnight celebrations.
Croydon will be helping thousands more vulnerable households to cope with soaring costs of food and energy bills.
The project is part of Executive Mayor Jason Perry’s commitment to invest in and improve standards in council homes.
This week has been a time for new beginnings and for reflecting on the many accomplishments of Croydon residents.
Merah Louise Smith, known locally as Mumma, was awarded in recognition of her lifelong service to others working in the NHS.
Croydon Council is proposing to consult residents, businesses and partners in Thornton Heath on plans to introduce a Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) that would provide police with more powers to stop and prevent antisocial behaviour and restore pride in the area.
Croydon’s Men’s Shed is a safe space for people to come together and take care of their mental health while learning new skills, such as gardening, food growing and woodwork.