“The Home Office has commissioned the construction of a new state-of-the-art hub in central Croydon. By autumn 2024, 2 Ruskin Square will open its doors to its workforce and customers, which will see an improved working environment through a carefully planned workspace that incorporates latest thinking to improve sustainability."
The Home Office is committed to supporting and revitalising the wider Croydon community, and for many years, has been a key location for the department; the Immigration and Nationality Directorate (IND) was located in Lunar House in the early 1970s, and over the years the Home Office has operated from nearly 20 buildings across central Croydon. Connectivity to central London and the south has meant that many that staff and visitors are able to travel to Croydon easily from across the UK.
"With the support of the Croydon BID team, who play an integral role in delivering added value to our customer’s journey by providing a positive welcome and experience to Croydon’s town centre, the Home Office’s move to Ruskin Square, will benefit all.”