Executive Mayor Jason Perry looks back at some of the events and announcements of the past week.
The Safer Croydon Partnership (SCP) has launched a new Community Safety Engagement Board (CSEB) to listen to and collaborate with residents and community groups on community safety initiatives.
Croydon parents and carers, who applied on-time, received notification last night of their child’s primary school offer – 98.8 % of children receiving a place at one of their preferred schools this year.
Residents of Regina Road in South Norwood will be asked to vote on the proposal to demolish and rebuild the three tower blocks and surrounding properties within their estate, in a ballot set to be held this spring.
Works are set to start this week on ten trial Healthy School Streets, which will come into effect on 13 March 2023.
Children and young people in Croydon will have the chance to enjoy a range of free, fun activities next week while on their school break.
In 2022, nearly 3700 volunteers across the borough mobilised to help clear litter, leaves and large rubbish from Croydon’s streets, pavements, and parks.
Residents and employers with questions about apprenticeships can get all the information they need at upcoming events during National Apprenticeship Week, 6 – 12 February.
The Mayor is set to kickstart the regeneration of the town centre and is working closely with developers Croydon Partnership (CLP) and other partners to bring forward the redevelopment of North End as soon as possible.
There will be a number of changes to council service opening times over the Christmas and New Year period, while making sure residents can continue to access vital help and support they need at this time.