Not content with bankrupting our borough, Croydon Labour now expect you to pay to try and fix it too! We’re highlighting how they expect you to pay for their incompetency. Read the articles below to see what Labour is costing you.
At last night’s Cabinet Meeting Ms Fransoy Hewitt, the lady whose Regina Road mould-ridden soaking wet flat, was filmed by ITV News in March, gave the Labour Council an update on the leak and disrepairs affecting her home.
The Council is playing another game of smoke and mirrors with the Voluntary Sector (VCS). The Conservatives propose a new approach in which the Voluntary and Business Sectors become key partners at the heart of the decision making process as we re-build Croydon together.
As a consequence of the Labour Council bankrupting Croydon due to their financial incompetence, the Council is being forced to borrow £150 million over the next 3 years just to fill the gap in their revenue expenditure. Normally one would expect the Council to borrow money to invest in and improv
This week we have seen another young person stabbed to death in Croydon, this follows a night of violence on the 5th February when one person died and several others were stabbed. Each death and stabbing is a tragedy for both family and friends of the victim but also for the wider community in Cr
Tonight all Croydon Councillors will be called upon to vote on a budget put forward by the Labour administration that bankrupted our town. It will be a sober moment, one that calls for calm heads and puts the people of Croydon first.
It is a very sad day for residents in Croydon and a particularly sad day for any residents living in the borough who are in receipt of adult social care services for it is these residents who are going to be disproportionately impacted by this budget. It is these residents who are unable to care
This years Council budget is very grim reading, over 6 years of financial mismanagement has resulted in merging, cutting, and reducing council services across the board, including vitally important frontline services such as the protection and investment in our library provision across the boroug
This week sees the publication of Croydon Council’s proposed budget for 2021/22 which will seek to claw back the savings necessary after the Labour Administration blew the Council budget over recent years. On top of this year’s cuts to Council services, around £50M of further savings will need to