• Tuesday , 26 March 2019

News

Delivering local jobs

Delivering local jobs

Getting people into work and ensuring the success of Croydon’s bright future are the principle aims of a free job-matching service launched by Croydon’s Labour Council today. The Labour administration is determined to ensure that ALL our residents benefit from the ...

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A new Fairfield on the way

A new Fairfield on the way

The redevelopment of Fairfield Halls into one of London’s leading arts venues has taken a step closer as Fairfield (Croydon) Ltd and the council have agreed to work together on a managed programme that would see the venue close on 15 ...

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Street Trading Licence Fees

Street Trading Licence Fees

The Council is consulting on increases to street trading licenses. Currently there is a flat fee of £89 a year. This fee applies irrespective of whether the licence is for the display of goods or the provision of services, such as tables and chairs, nor ...

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Ambitious for Fairness and Opportunity

Ambitious for Fairness and Opportunity

The Opportunity and Fairness Commission’s Final Report was launched at Croydon College at 6:30pm on last night which sets out a range of recommendations that could reshape the borough’s economic and social future. The report, ‘A Better Croydon for Everyone’,  was launched ...

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Ambitious for Housing

Ambitious for Housing

The Government’s latest housing bill represents yet a further serious attack on the future of social housing. Their plans include removing £450m from Croydon’s HRA by changing rent formulas, which will drastically reduce our ability to invest in new council ...

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Gateway Services – supporting residents

Gateway Services – supporting residents

We will not sit idly by and be victims of the tory government’s cuts.  One of the best examples of this is our innovative Gateway Service.  The service has been set up to work with households in the round, mitigating ...

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Ambitious for Children

Ambitious for Children

Tonights Cabinet meeting saw two outstanding pieces of good news in our work to dramatically improve services for children and supporting Croydon’s Arts and Culture.  First, Thornton Heath’s multi-award winning artists, Krept and Konan, gave an inspiring talk to a number ...

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