Croydon London Borough Council

There has been a boundary change in Croydon. Although there are no more or less seats, these ones have never been contested before.


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Election 2018 Results

LAB HOLD
Party Elected in 2018 Total councillors Change

PartyLabour

Elected in 2018 41 Total councillors 41 Change+2

PartyConservative

Elected in 2018 29 Total councillors 29 Change-2
Councillors change compared with 2014

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New 'gigantic' bins sparks anger among Croydon residents

Bins in Croydon
BBC

The rollout of new "gigantic" refuse bins and changes to collections have angered some residents in Croydon.

More than 200,000 new bins are due to be delivered across the borough as Croydon Council aims to hit its recycling targets.

But, some residents say they have been told there will be a 21-day wait before the first collection.

Refuse company Veolia, who are contracted by Croydon Council, have warned there will be a "period of adjustment" while it gets itself organised.

One resident, Arno Rabinowitz, described the new bins on Bardsley Close as "totally useless".

He said: "I wish I knew what is going on, some have had bins delivered, some have had bins dumped in their drives.

"It really is a mess in a pretty little close which we were really quite proud of.

"These have been imposed with no consultation whatsoever and the council say there is no alternative and we should just take it."

However, Croydon Council says it has been letting residents know about the changes.

A spokesman said: "We have hosted nine public roadshows across the borough, conducted more than 800 site-visits, and are keeping a dedicated phone line and email address for residents with any questions."

Croydon Council unveils new £20,000 rubbish app

Local Democracy Reporting Service

Council app
Croydon Council

A free smartphone app to report fly-tipping and vandalism has been released by Croydon Council after a previous version which cost the council £18,000 stopped working.

On Monday, the "Don't Mess with Croydon" app, which cost about £20,000, was introduced as a way of reporting a range of issues.

The old "My Croydon" app was taken offline in May in an attempt to improve the "digital offering" for residents.

At the time, Croydon Council said the app, which had a two star rating on the iTunes App Store, cost the council £18,000.

In the new app, residents can pick from 17 categories and drop a pin on a map, there is also the option of attaching a photo.

Labour hold Croydon

Labour has held Croydon increasing it majority from 8 to 12.

Melody Driscoll's mum's tearful interview
The mother of seriously ill Melody Driscoll gave a tearful interview before the first court hearing over wardship proceedings.