Mayor Perry gives an update on the events in Croydon in the last week
Croydon has made a firm commitment to deliver better care and support to people living with dementia, and their carers, to lead full and active lives.
The new corporate parenting strategy sets out the council’s promise to provide children and young people in care with stable and loving homes, and support them during and after care to grow into happy and successful adults.
The proposals are to replace 191 homes with up to 450 homes, of which at least 200 would be council homes.
Executive Mayor Jason Perry has listened to calls from residents to have a swimming pool back in the heart of Purley.
Executive Mayor Jason Perry takes a look back at the events in Croydon this week.
A prizegiving event was held to congratulate all the children that took part in the Summer Reading Challenge
A short survey has opened that will ask residents to have their say on the council's proposed priorities to tackle homelessness and rough sleeping
Croydon’s improvement and assurance panel (IAP) has today set out its plan for leaving Croydon in July 2025 or sooner, confident that the council is on a sustainable pathway of continuous improvement.
Croydon is proposing a 2024/25 budget that will see the Council build on its strong progress in fixing its finances, while providing everyday services to London’s largest borough and investing in residents’ futures.