The council is sending updated Covid-19 guidance on contact tracing and hygiene advice this week to thousands of tenants across the borough living in private shared properties.
Croydon is uniting the public, private and voluntary sector at a local and regional level to drive the borough’s post-Covid economic revival and ensure a fairer, sustainable future.
Croydon businesses impacted by the coronavirus that have yet to receive any financial support will be able to apply to the council for a one off grant payment of up to £5,000.
The council’s director of public health is calling on borough residents to continue following government rules on social distancing and hygiene to avoid Covid-19 spreading further.
Croydon will stand in solidarity with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities around the world this evening, as it lights the town hall purple to remember George Floyd.
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.