Council News Archive - July 2020
Community figures held a “historic” meeting with senior leaders in London this week as they discussed the policing of our black communities.
Residents are being invited to share their views on improvement works proposed by the council, on Bedford Road near the junction of Alexandra Park Road.
More than 100 additional new council homes will be delivered in Tottenham Hale after Haringey Council secured a residential building there – taking the council almost a third of the way to its targ
With a nationwide housing crisis affecting millions of people, Haringey Council are doing everything in their power to ensure empty homes across the borough are brought back into use.
We are keen to provide a further update on the proposed removal of four Oak trees in Queen’s Wood. Petitions and a campaign have been launched, and lots of questions are being asked.
“Haringey Council stands against all forms of hate speech and we affirm our unequivocal denunciation of any and every manifestation of anti-Semitism, whether it is on the social media f
We are investing in our parking services and how our residents and motorists can access them.
In early July, the council was informed that the Haringey Irish Cultural and Community Centre and its trading subsidiary had entered into voluntary liquidation.
Around 15,000 Haringey households living in fuel poverty will receive help, interventions and support after the Affordable Energy Strategy 2020-2025 (AES 20-25) was passed at Cabinet this week.
Following a round of bids for Transport for London’s (TfL’s) Streetspace Fund, the council is pleased to confirm it has secured £1,139,285 – as well as an additional £100,000 from the Department fo
We are aware of, and completely understand, some residents’ concern at the planned removal of four Oak trees in Queen’s Wood.
The government announced on Monday 13 July, that wearing a face covering in shops and supermarkets in England is to become mandatory from Friday 24 July.
The coronavirus pandemic has affected so many lives and its impact has devastated families across the country, and the world.
With our focus surrounding the coronavirus pandemic it is easy to forget all the achievements of the council in the last two years.
Cllr James, Cabinet Member for Adults and Health at Haringey Council, has welcomed comments from NHS Chief Executive, Sir Simon Steven, who has called for Social Care to be properly resourced – “th
A further grant support package to help councils respond to coronavirus has been announced by the government but it will still leave a major shortfall for Haringey Council.
Ahead of a phased reopening of some of our parks’ facilities from this Saturday (4 July) onwards, we are calling on residents and visitors to use our green spaces responsibly.
As lockdown continues to ease this weekend with the reopening of more businesses, we are urging residents to continue to follow government guidance and be respectful of each other.
Tomorrow Haringey Council is marking Independents' Day UK, a chance to support and promote all the amazing independent retail businesses in our borough.
Young people from the borough could soon be the faces of an award-winning campaign, after their knife crime film series was shortlisted for a national prize.
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