Council News Archive - October 2017
Creating the new homes, new jobs, new community facilities and new opportunities that local people want and need is the cornerstone of our vision for the future of Haringey.
Almost three quarters of new homes built on major developments in Haringey are affordable, new figures reveal.
Affordable homes are included in the amended plans for the Hornsey Town Hall development submitted this week.
Residents of council estates earmarked for redevelopment in Haringey will enjoy a guaranteed right of return alongside a host of other commitments.
Halloween and Bonfire Night are approaching fast, and as residents gear up for a season of celebrations, we’ll be keeping an eye out for anyone trying to ruin the fun.
Care leavers in Haringey will be exempt from paying council tax under new measures unveiled this week.
Low-carbon developments; future-proofed buildings; clean technology, and increased recycling could help Haringey become London’s first zero carbon borough, according to a set of ambitious recommend
The search to find the best and brightest examples of education and learning has been extended for one more week.
Haringey will take a stand against hate next week as the council and partners come together to mark national Hate Crime Awareness Week, October 14-21.
Haringey has teamed up with Islington Council to press the government to play fair on care funding.
A new coffee shop that will work with those affected by drugs and alcohol, mental health issues and homelessness has received a £5,300 funding pledge from Haringey Council.
Join us at the Digital and You event to discover how Haringey Council and partners are using digital technology to support your physical, emotional and mental well-being.
A state of the art club, the biggest indoor bouldering centre in London, and the number one producer of kale crisps in Europe are just some of the businesses reaping the rewards of the Opportunity
The search is on to find the best examples of educational excellence in Haringey in 2017.
Muswell Hill Library opened as a purpose-built library in 1931 and has enjoyed more than 80 years at the heart of the community.
One of the new owners of the first shared ownership properties ever built by Haringey Council was today officially handed the keys to her new home.
From underage knife sales to dodgy cigarettes, we spent London Trading Standards week tracking down traders who break the rules.