The country’s national trading standards body has praised Croydon Council for successfully prosecuting a network of rogue roofers and money launderers who conned thousands of pounds from vulnerable people.
Croydon Council has accepted the findings of a rapid review carried out on behalf of the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) and reaffirmed its commitment to get the council’s finances back on track.
It was fantastic to hear that the vaccination team at Croydon Health Services have administered their 10,000th Covid-19 vaccine since the clinic opened at the beginning of December.
A council committee will meet in February to consider updated recommendations for a scheme set up to encourage walking and cycling in Crystal Palace.
A new Local Testing Centre is opening in Croydon Sports Arena car park, Croydon, to boost testing capacity and make it easier for residents with any of the Covid-19 symptoms to get a test.
It is fantastic news that our over-70s are beginning to be offered the Covid-19 vaccination, with GP sites now adding them to their list of patients to contact.
Croydon communities are invited to unite in an event of international remembrance to honour victims of the Holocaust and other genocides on Wednesday, 27 January.
A man who let out a former bank vault as an illegal and dangerous flat has been ordered to pay over £9,400 and added to a London list of rogue landlords after being convicted of housing offences.
There is less than a week left to give your views on the council’s savings proposals by answering an online survey.
The Covid-19 vaccine rollout continues at pace across Croydon, in our hospital, in care homes and among priority groups right across our community, thanks to the sterling efforts of our local NHS.