Business and investment services & information
Includes business rate payments; reducing your business rates and more
Croydon Means Business continues to showcase Croydon as a great place to grow a business and to inspire further innovation among the borough’s business community by providing events, including networking, training and lobbying activities. This follows the inaugural Croydon Year for Business in 2018.
Information about markets in and around Croydon.
Croydon is redefining life on the edge of London. Just 15 minutes from central London and Gatwick Airport, the borough is the meeting place of town and country; and a hotspot of business growth and tech innovation. With an ambitious £5.25bn regeneration programme underway to strengthen the local economy and develop major new infrastructure, confidence in Croydon as a strategic business location has never been stronger.
Includes food safety and food hygiene advice for business, complaints about a food business, food inspections, food business registration and approval.
Includes reporting work-related accidents; health and safety prosecutions and more
Provides learning and development services to partner organisations in revenues and benefits.
Includes viewing and making applications for gambling, alcohol and other licences and more
Find out more about the premier supplier programme (PSP). An early payment initiative our suppliers can sign up for.
Includes consumer advice; complaints; business advice and more
Our approach to enforcement within pollution, occupational safety & licensing, food safety and trading standards.
This section summarises how the Council buys goods, works and services, how to access the Council's business opportunities and where to find details of the existing contracts. It also explains regulations and policies that govern the Council's approach to buying goods, works and services.
All organisations interested in supplying to the Council should familiarise themselves with the below information.
The Croydon Good Employer Charter aims to boost the local economy through support to the local supply chain, creation of job opportunities and ensuring employees are paid a fair wage.
The partnership programme is made of of 10 south London boroughs who commission good quality placements within the SEN sector, secure cost efficiencies and assist the boroughs with achieving the best outcomes for their children and young people with SEN.