Council News Archive - November 2016
The leader of Haringey, Claire Kober, has issued an appeal to residents to help house Syrian refugee families at Local Housing Allowance rates.
Residents and businesses are invited to join a fun-packed festive celebration on Saturday 3 December at the annual Tottenham Winter Festival.
A new nine-month trial to tackle litter in Haringey kicked off today, which will see teams of uniformed officers patrolling the borough handing out fines ranging from £80 to £400 to anyone dropping
Hornsey Town Hall is set to be completely refurbished following a decision confirmed by Haringey’s cabinet (15 November 2016).
Christmas will come early for shoppers in Haringey this year when parking charges across the borough will be waived to support local high streets on Small Business Saturday (3rd December).
Three Haringey schools were winners at TfL’s STARS
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An innovative new pilot scheme to prevent homelessness and tackle bad housing is launching this week, thanks to a new partnership between housing charity Shelter and Harin
Haringey has received provisional funding for three new purpose built GP practice buildings, thanks to NHS England’s Estates and Technology Transformation Fund. The Estates and Technology Transform
The borough’s brightest sporting talent was recognised last night at The Haringey Celebrating Sport Awards held at Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness.