Croydon has outlined its plans to deliver a balanced budget and three-year sustainable financial strategy but has stressed that it will need its bid for a capitalisation directive to be agreed by government to be able to do so.
As we await the Prime Minister’s expected announcement on Monday to outline the roadmap for coming out of lockdown, I want to thank everyone for all they continue to do to keep Croydon safe.
Croydon Council’s cabinet has agreed a number of actions on the future of Brick by Brick where the developer will finish several housing projects pending a council decision on whether to sell the company.
Several disused council-owned sites are set to be sold at the best possible price to boost the borough’s finances following a cabinet decision on Thursday.
With the announcement that the elections for the Mayor of London and London Assembly will go ahead on 6 May, residents are being asked to get their requests to vote by post in well before the deadline to avoid delays.
Croydon business owners needing financial support as a result of Covid-19 lockdown can now apply for a new grant of up to £10,000 provided by central government and run by the council.
Croydon residents aged 70 and over who have not yet been vaccinated against Covid-19 are now being invited to contact the NHS to arrange a jab.
Croydon residents will get to decide whether they want a directly-elected mayor after councillors voted for holding a public referendum in October.
Croydon residents can help shape a 20-year sustainable development vision for future homes, businesses and public spaces along Purley Way by answering a new online survey and engaging with the consultation.
The first of Croydon’s mass Covid-19 vaccination centres opened at Selhurst Park on Monday and it was great to see some of our social workers, who continue to be on the frontline of the pandemic, among the first to be vaccinated