Council News Archive - March 2018
Free blood pressure checks are on offer at local libraries and community hubs in Haringey under new measures designed to reduce the number of people suffering strokes in the borough.
A couple whose sons embarked on a campaign of crime and anti-social behaviour risk losing their home if their adult children don’t clean up their act.
Bold measures such as fitting energy efficient technology in hundreds of homes and installing the borough’s first wind turbines should be considered if Haringey is to be London’s first zero-carbon
Mary Otumahana runs The RecordShop, a social enterprise, based at the 639 Enterprise Centre in the Tottenham High Road.
Works to repair Park Road Lido will start early next week and, weather permitting, contractors aim to have the pool ready for May 1 – the start of lido season.
New cycling routes, better pedestrian links and vital safety measures are among a raft of improvements unveiled as part of plans to spend £14million on improving the borough’s roads.
A community garden and creative hub in support of mental health will be blossoming in Tottenham Hale this Easter.
Proposals for hundreds of new homes, a medical centre, and office and shopping space in Wood Green took a step forward last night as Haringey Council approved two major planning applications.
Young people across Haringey will enjoy modern, high-tech facilities in a state of the art ‘Youth Zone’, after Haringey Council today (Monday 19 March) approved proposals for the centre to be built
A musical show in which the audience walks with the characters into strange worlds is the latest offering from the constantly creative Haringey Shed, a Tottenham-based theatre and performing arts c
New workspaces, social hubs, green improvements and training opportunities will be on offer in Wood Green, thanks to a major funding boost from the Mayor of London.
Affordable commercial units to help creative businesses flourish will be built in south Tottenham as part of an innovative new development that will unite creative industry, community space and new
A new development of affordable homes for rent is at the heart of plans given the green light by Haringey Council this week.
An initiative to tackle mental health which will bring together social housing landlords and mental health services has been launched today by Haringey Council and a range of health and housing par
Work officially kicked off today (14 March) on a major new development in Tottenham Hale’s Ashley Road that will create more than 560 new homes, a brand new building for Ada National College for Di
Everyone at Haringey is saddened to hear of the death of Brother Abdool Alli, who was known across the borough for his tireless commitment to the local community.
A vision to make walking, cycling and public transport the first choice for travel in Haringey is at the heart of the council’s ambitious new transport strategy.
In partnership with homelessness charities and community and voluntary groups, the council has pledged to take further action to reduce homelessness and rough sleeping in Haringey.
From holding equality workshops in schools to celebrating our borough’s proud campaigning history, Haringey Council is pledging to do even more to make the area welcoming and safe for the LGBT+ com
From vintage school lockers and assembly chairs, to quirky scientific equipment and traditional leather bingo cards, a host of artefacts from Hornsey Town Hall are set to go under the hammer next w
Businesses in Wood Green have voted to turn the town centre into a Business Improvement District named “Future Wood Green”, allowing local enterprises to choose and deliver the projects most import
The following schools are closed today (Friday 2 March) due to the current weather conditions.
We'll update this list as new information becomes available.