Council News Archive - June 2017
From musicians to bra sellers, artists and storytellers, entrepreneurs turned out in force last night to launch Wood Green’s new creative workspace Blue House Yard.
Local companies that help to keep Haringey’s economy strong will be given support to survive the government’s hike in business rates, under new measures introduced by Haringey Council.
Jacksons Lane Arts Centre will enjoy continued support from Arts Council England until at least 2022, the organisation announced this morning (27 June).
Thousands of new homes and jobs will go hand-in-hand with a thriving town centre, improved neighbourhoods, new community facilities and exceptional opportunities for local people under Haringey’s a
Homes for Haringey, which manages the council's housing stock, is holding a series of drop-in sessions on fire safety for residents on estates with high-rise tower blocks.
The headteacher of Haringey's outstanding Brook Special Primary School, Margaret Sumner, has been awarded an OBE in The Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Our thoughts and sympathies are with all those who lost their lives or have been affected by the terrible Grenfell Tower tragedy this week.
The 17/18 June is the weekend of the Great Get Together, in memory or murdered MP Jo Cox.
The thoughts of everyone at Haringey are with those affected by the devastating Grenfell Tower fire in Kensington.