Is Croydon a good college?
A great place to study – and that’s official Our most recent report from Government inspectors Ofsted says Croydon College is a Good college overall, with ‘Outstanding’ features. In fact, all curriculum areas of the College that were inspected were commended as Good, too.
How do I get to Croydon College?
The nearest stations to Croydon College are:
- Fairfield Halls (Z1) is 124 meters away, 2 min walk.
- Fairfield Halls (KA) is 153 meters away, 3 min walk.
- East Croydon Station (E7) is 204 meters away, 3 min walk.
- Dingwall Road / East Croydon Station (E8) is 211 meters away, 4 min walk.
Is Croydon a nice area?
Ignore your friends and colleagues, Croydon is great. Nice parks, good connections to London and all you could want from a town centre. It somewhat falls short on culture (theatre, high end restaurants etc.) but OMZG London is but a 15 minute train ride away.
Is Croydon dangerous?
Nearly 19,000 crimes have been committed in Croydon so far this year, police statistics show. Figures published by the Metropolitan Police show that from January 1 to July 31 this year, 18,955 crimes have been reported to police. Violence against the person is Croydon’s most commonly reported crime, with 5,978 reports.
Is Croydon Safe 2020?
With a total of 33,410 (including 11,771 violence against the person) crimes, Croydon is London’s ninth most dangerous borough.
Is Croydon a rich area?
The London Borough of Croydon has been labelled London’s wealthiest borough for property by a new survey. While substantially higher than the average of around £28.3bn, the famously expensive borough only comes out sixth in the list of wealthiest London neighbourhoods for property.
What is the roughest part of London?
The two London Boroughs with the highest rate of gun and knife crime are Southwark and Lambeth. Other London Boroughs with high gun and knife crime rates include Brent, Haringey and Hackney.