The Opportunity and Fairness Commission is calling for evidence from the people of Croydon, of the issues, challenges, assets and opportunities that exist in the borough. Please get in touch and share your views by making a submission, or download the DIY kit of activities to do with a group.Make A Submission
Croydon is a great place to live and work in but it also faces many challenges; families struggling to make ends meet, social isolation, anti-social behaviour, poor housing and much more.
The Croydon Opportunity and Fairness Commission, launched in January 2015 is an independent body chaired by the Bishop of Croydon, Jonathan Clark to understand these challenges and bring the people of Croydon together to build a shared vision and to use all the talents available to us to create a fairer and better place to live.
An audio version of the Croydon Opportunity and Fairness Commission final report, A better Croydon for everyone, has been made available online.
Today the Croydon Opportunity and Fairness Commission launched its final report, A better Croydon for everyone at Croydon college with almost 200
Croydon Opportunity and Fairness Commission has announced the launch of its final report. The event is being hosted at Croydon College. Attendees are