The Croydon Local Plan which sets out the borough’s growth and development vision over the next 20 years has taken another positive step forward.
Earlier this year, the Secretary of State appointed an independent planning inspector to lead the examination of […]
A council drive to tidy up the borough’s streets this week introduced new specialist vacuum cleaners that collect litter more efficiently.
On Monday council contractors doing their daily rounds began using the eight new vacuums to remove litter from streets and […]
The pedestrianisation of North End is set to be extended to include some of High Street, as part of a 12 month pilot to improve movement across the town centre and boost the night time economy.
The project, which aims to […]
Croydon schools look to have done well in their A-levels.
With all but two schools having reported their A-level results, their average reported pass rate for Croydon [so far] is above the national average at 98.3%, compared to a national result […]
Continued complaints about dogs roaming free on Purley’s Webb Estate has led to an irresponsible dog owner being fined £200.
Andras Boros who lives on Silver Lane, appeared at Croydon Magistrates Court on Tuesday 15 August, where magistrates heard he breached […]
Another 16 people have been prosecuted in the latest court cases brought under the council’s ongoing Don’t Mess With Croydon – Take Pride campaign.
At Croydon Magistrates’ Court on three dates – 27 June, 4 July, and 15 August – the […]
The council has obtained a three-month closure order that will save local residents from the misery of regular late-night parties that were being held at a South Norwood shop unit last used as a hair and beauty salon.
Croydon Magistrates Court […]