Council News Archive - March 2017
A man who dumped piles of rubbish in the street while disguised as a council worker has been found guilty at crown court of fly-tipping.
Twenty eight historic North Tottenham buildings and shop-fronts will be restored to their former glory, through a new £2.3m partnership between Haringey Council, Heritage Lottery Fund and local bus
Residents have pitched in to make Haringey even greener, helping the council plant new trees at three of the borough’s parks.
Plans to support more residents from being hit by homelessness have taken another step forward, after Haringey Council successfully secured a share of £1.7m in funding from the Department of Commun
Two properties in Haringey have been identified as suitable homes for refugee families fleeing war in Syria.
Residents turned out in force for the Team Noel Park Community Open Day on Saturday.
Ledley King had a kickabout with schoolchildren and even tried his hand at hula-hooping, as he marked one year since the first No Ball Games sign was taken down in Haringey.
It is with sadness that we can confirm the death of Haringey’s community champion Leon Joseph, following an illness.
Haringey will join 60 other councils and international neighbours including Jamaica, Belize, Malaysia and New Zealand to raise the Commonwealth flag on Fly a Flag National Commonwealth Day.
Following a special meeting of Haringey Council’s Cabinet last night (Tuesday 7th March 2017), leading property developer Lendlease has been confirmed as the preferred partner for the Haringey Deve
Changes to central government’s business rates risk leaving some of Haringey’s independent companies struggling in the face of huge cost hikes, according to analysis by the council.