Croydon Council have just released their new “back to work” transport policy. This is primarily aimed at retail businesses that will begin to re-open from Monday 15th June including an outline of the way in which public transport will be changing to accommodate social distancing: TfL briefing for retail businesses (incl in Comms Daily Briefing 8th Jun…
In addition, the highly informative webinar produced this week by White Label Creative, highlighted some of the most relevant questions regarding information and support for the public and business community during the re-opening of Croydon Town Centre. Croydon BID have a Covid19 Support Hub and Tool Kit with essential downloadable signage for businesses that are re-opening, together with a guide on how businesses should manage social distancing and queuing.
click here if you would like to view the webinar
click here if you would like to join White Label’s Croydon speed networking session, the Big Breakfast.
If you would like to contact any of the speakers, please find their details below:
- Matt Sims, Chief Executive, Croydon BID – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Simon Cripps, Delivery CEO, Purley BID – Simon@inpurley.london
- Ken Burgess, Chair, New Addington BID – email@example.com
- Carol Squires, Head of Economic Development, London Borough of Croydon – Carol.Squires@croydon.gov.uk
If you would like to visit the Council website for updates on COVID-19 – https://new.croydon.gov.uk/coronavirus-information-and-service-updates
Thank you to White Label Creative who have been invaluable in passing on relevant information to us on a daily basis and Croydon Council Economic Development Team – we hope that in re-circulating the salient points, we can all work together to help as many businesses as possible.Share this post: