Fly-tipping


I would make Croydon better by… June 2016

Posted on June 27th, by The Croydon Citizen in Politics & Society. 2 comments

How could Croydon be improved? We want your suggestions today! Email us at editors@thecroydoncitizen.com

In 2014 we launched a campaign to get your suggestions to make Croydon a better place, and it’s still going strong. From the beginning, a big part of the Citizen has been about proposing concrete, achievable solutions to the town’s problems and we are delighted that so many have responded so positively. We … Read More »



Salute Croydon’s clean and green champions, but more must be done

Posted on February 16th, by Max Shirley in Politics & Society. 17 comments

Max Shirley salutes the work done to end fly-tipping and clean up Croydon but asks: why isn’t it working?

Our town centre can be pretty abysmal, with cigarette butts, chewing gum and litter on the ground, and the lack of central green spaces and colourful buildings lowering the overall mood. The underpass that runs adjacent to Fairfield Halls has been littered with profanity in the … Read More »



Community champions boost fly-tipping crackdown

Posted on January 14th, by CronxWire in CronxWire. No Comments

Croydon locals are joining forces with Croydon Council to tackle the problems of fly-tipping and the dumping of rubbish, so we can all take pride in Croydon’s streets.

Release begins: More than 150 locals have now joined Croydon Council’s crackdown on fly-tipping and rubbish in the borough.

From young parents to pensioners, people from across the borough have signed up to become community champions for the … Read More »