Council News Archive - October 2016
The small minority of people who litter will face tougher enforcement action as part of a new trial agreed today (31 October).
New figures published today show the number of unaccompanied asylum seeking children supported by Haringey has increased to 46 this week.
RESIDENTS and businesses are asked for their views on future council spending priorities as Haringey wrestles with a 40 per cent cut in Government funding.
Transport for London have announced they are replacing the Upper Holloway bridge on Holloway Road & will introduce a temporary road closure
Fly-tipping fines have been raised from £80 to £400 today (Friday 14th October) in a bid by Haringey to fight back against the anti-social environmental crime blighting the borough’s streets.
A school, hotel, cinema and park were among the prize winners at the Haringey Design Awards 2016 last night (Thursday 13th October) at Tottenham Town Hall.
Letter published in the Ham and High newspaper on Thursday 13th October 2016:
A new, specialist further education college, Ada National College for Digital Skills, was officially opened in Tottenham Hale today (11th October 2016).
A new GP practice in Tottenham Hale, run by Lawrence House Surgery opened today(Monday 10 October 2016)
The 31 projects shortlisted for the Haringey Design Awards 2016 have been published today (7th October 2016).