Council News Archive - February 2018
Due to adverse weather conditions, this event has now been cancelled and will be rescheduled for a later date.
Wellbeing support and befriending services will be offered to older LGBT+ people living in sheltered housing, as part of a pilot project launching in Haringey next month.
The UK is currently experiencing severely cold weather.
Steps to improve green spaces, retail parades and walking routes as well as support for businesses and traders are just some of the proposals unveiled today to bring a new lease of life to Tottenha
As the country marks the women’s suffrage centenary, Haringey is preparing to celebrate the many women and girls whose exceptional efforts help make the borough a better place.
Exciting plans for Wood Green’s Haringey Heartlands site – offering more than 1,700 homes, a new open space and an abundance of employment opportunities – got the go-ahead last night from Haringey
Tottenham Hotspur have agreed to offer 2,500 season tickets and 2,500 matchday tickets for Haringey residents to buy, as part of the planning permission for their new stadium.
Youngsters are on the career ladder thanks to an imaginative initiative between Haringey Council and a range of companies and charities.
Meet Mark – Haringey’s friendly ballot paper – and join him as he journeys from print shop to polling station and on to the election count.
An Edwardian drinking fountain and cattle trough in Wood Green, dating back to 1901, will be restored to its former glory with a £28,000 facelif
Owners of ‘gas guzzling’ cars will pay more to park in Haringey under a tougher new permit scheme designed to make the borough cleaner and greener.
Response to the Royal Court of Justice's judgement following a judicial review of the Haringey Development Vehicle
We welcome the court’s findings which very clearly states that permission to proceed with the claim for judicial review is refused on all grounds.
What do a journalist, restaurant manager, psychologist, medical physicist and landscape gardener all have in common?
A disused public toilet is being converted into a public house on the Tottenham High Road.