Council News Archive - February 2017
Music festival Wireless is heading for Haringey again, welcoming some of the industry’s biggest stars.
Plans to build more than 250 new homes – including 200 affordable properties – across the borough have been approved by Haringey Council.
Community schemes and volunteering opportunities as OrganicLea set to run Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre
Organic produce cooperative OrganicLea is set to take over the running of Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre – bringing volunteering opportunities; the chance to learn new skills, and a community “ve
Flytipping is a crime that blights our streets in Haringey and across London. It is disgusting, selfish and costs taxpayers in Haringey more than £3million a year.
Haringey Council has today (Wednesday 8 February) welcomed tenants into the first new council homes built in the borough for at least 30 years.
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