Council News Archive - January 2018
Haringey Council Leader, Claire Kober, has today written to Zina Etheridge, Chief Executive to confirm her decision that she will stand down as Councillor for Seven Sisters ward and Leader of
Ambitious plans for the transformation of Wood Green are going to a third round of public consultation, and we want to hear residents’ views.
The owner of Ackee Tree restaurant in Northumberland Park has been ordered to pay £2,400 after being taken to court for repeated fly-tipping.
Exciting plans for Wood Green were given a boost last night, as Haringey’s Cabinet agreed on a community-inspired vision for the area’s future and a third consultation with residents on the deliver
A derelict building at the entrance to Seven Sisters Underground station has been transformed into a striking piece of public art.
Regular visitors to the Haringey Council website will be aware that you can already pay for many of your council services online.
Communities in Haringey will come together to remember the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust and other genocides.
Cllr Peter Mitchell has been appointed as Haringey’s new Cabinet Member for Environment.
Update - Monday 15 January
The system upgrade work on our online payment systems is now complete and customers can once more make payments online, via the phone and at our Customer Service
Tottenham Green has had a New Year make over with the installation of more than 200 solar-powered lanterns made with the help of pupils from local primary schools.