Council News Archive - June 2020
In response to recent news reports of a “spike” of COVID-19 cases in Haringey, Dr Will Maimaris, Director of Public Health at Haringey Council, shares the message below, to reassure residents of th
At the weekend Haringey became the first local authority to support new community-led initiative, Black Pound Day.
The first funding bids to Transport for London’s (TfL) Streetspace Fund, to aid social distancing and support active travel in Haringey, have been successful, the council is pleased to announce.
Black-owned businesses in Haringey will be spotlighted on Saturday 27 June, as the borough marks a new Black community-led initiative, Black Pound Day.
Grants of up to £15,000 are available for community-based organisations from the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) Waste Prevention Community Fund 2020-21.
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, said:
Haringey’s voluntary and community organisations will benefit from additional financial assistance, following a Cabinet decision this week.
Following the driest May in England for almost 125 years and the sunniest Spring since records began, our young trees in the borough are suffering from the harmful effects of continuous spells of h
Seven new sites have been added to Haringey Council’s council housing programme, as part of ambitious plans to deliver homes for residents across the borough.
The current estimated financial impact of Covid-19 on the council finances was set out in detail as the council approved a number of measures at Cabinet on Tuesday night.
The Leader of Haringey Council, Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, has spoken of his pride at the inspirational way in which Haringey residents have supported each other throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandem
Learning Disability Week 2020 will take place online from 15 to 21 June.
Parking enforcement in Haringey is set to resume in coming weeks, following temporary reductions due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Cllr Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, said:
This week Haringey held its first ever ‘virtual’ Planning Sub-Committee meeting.
In a letter to Dr Will Norman, TfL’s Walking & Cycling Commissioner, Haringey Council has asked for support for their bids to implement additional pavement widening, new plans for temporary cyc
This year, our annual Haringey in Bloom competition will be slightly different due to Covid-19 and the rules surrounding social distancing – we are asking entrants to send photographs of their gard
Residents in Haringey are being asked to share their views on a number of proposed changes to parking permits – as laid out in a new consultation launched yesterday.
The horrific death of George Floyd is a stark reminder that racism and injustice are still too prominent a feature in our world.
Additional pavement widening, new plans for temporary cycle routes, and the creation of low traffic neighbourhoods, are all part of Haringey Council’s funding bids to Transport for London (TfL) to
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