Council News Archive - November 2017
Christmas is coming and we think it’s a perfect time to celebrate Haringey’s local businesses – that’s why we’re offering free parking in the borough for Small Business Saturday.
From a Spurs legend switching on Christmas lights to winter markets, choirs and crafts, there’s a ho-ho-whole lot going on in Haringey this festive season.
Men in Haringey are being urged to stand with women to end violence against women and girls (VAWG).
Forget the seasonal John Lewis advert and Slade playing in supermarkets…the festive season will really get underway at the Tottenham Winter Festival on December 2.
Judges have ruled that Wireless can continue to be held at Finsbury Park. Here is our statement:
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Cabinet Member for Environment, said:
A landlord’s bid to overturn her convictions for neglecting her tenants’ homes has backfired – after she ended up more than doubling the fines she has to pay.
The multi-million pound Hornsey Town Hall development will include 11 social rented homes paid for by the developers, following robust negotiations by Haringey Council.
Local residents are invited to help shape the future of voting in the borough, by having their say in a borough-wide review of polling stations and districts.
The life of an anti-apartheid icon has been celebrated at a Tottenham school with a special memorial competition.