Council News Archive - December 2017
A decision to close Osborne Grove Nursing Home on quality of care and safety grounds was made by Cabinet on Tuesday 12 December.
A new community centre in Tottenham Hale has just opened featuring the first purpose-built Anglican church in London for 40 years.
A new restaurant will be opening at the Old Fire Station on Tottenham Green, run by the experienced restaurateurs behind Bethnal Green’s successful Bistrotheque and led by Tottenham-resident Pablo
A landlord continued to rent out an unsafe, unheated flat with no windows despite being ordered not to by environmental health inspectors.
Exciting plans to restore the Grade II* Listed Hornsey Town Hall and secure its future for generations to come have been approved by Haringey Council.
Today, we and Homes for Haringey have started to visit residents on the Broadwater Farm estate to explain safety measures that we are taking following a review into the blocks.
Tackling criminal landlords and cracking down on anti-social behaviour are at the heart of new council proposals to license private rented properties.
Following today’s snowfall, we have been asked to share the following information from Blanche Nevile School for the Deaf Children.
Snow has been falling in Haringey this morning (Sunday 10 December) and very chilly temperatures are forecast for the next few days.
Innovative supported living development Protheroe House has won a prestigious award at a national house-building competition, completing a hat-trick of major awards.
Proposals to improve cyclist and pedestrian conditions in Crouch End are stepping up a gear, with a funding boost from Transport for London.