Croydon small businesses forced to shut during the second national lockdown can now find out if they are eligible for up to £10,000 each from a £7.7m government-funded grant.
Earlier this week we held a dedicated council meeting to discuss the section 114 notice issued last month and I want to update you on our ongoing action to get Croydon’s finances back on track.
From January 2021 drivers with more polluting vehicles will pay more to park in Croydon while the greenest cars will receive substantial discounts.
Croydon Council has today (Wednesday) issued a second Section 114 notice which is a continuation from the one issued on 11 November 2020 due to the ongoing financial crisis it faces.
As we come to the end of four weeks of national restrictions, I want to thank everyone in Croydon for all they have done to help keep our borough safe.
Croydon, like the rest of London, has been classed as a Covid-19 High Alert Level Area and will move into Tier 2 when national restrictions end at midnight tonight.
This week we have set out plans to get Croydon back on track and rebuild our council to deliver the good services and value for money our residents need and expect, while living within our means.
Croydon has set out proposals for reshaping the council with a focus on delivering quality core services, balancing its budget and living within its means over the next three years.
I have said that my absolute priority as leader is to get Croydon back on a stable financial footing and last night, as a council, we took an important step forward.
A formal consultation has opened on a proposal to close Virgo Fidelis Convent Senior School, part of the Archdiocese of Southwark’s educational provision in the borough, in August 2021.