Council News Archive - August 2020
We all have a role to play in avoiding a second wave of Coronavirus – that is why Dr Will Maimaris, Haringey Council’s Director of Public Health, is urging residents and businesses to use our high
The UK’s first Fashion Tailoring Academy, based in Haringey, has won the Local Authority Building Control (LABC), Building Excellence Award 2020 – under the ‘Small Commercial Project ‘category.
Further discussions are taking place with AXA UK about the four Oak trees in Queen’s Wood and we welcome the agreement that no action will be taken by any party for at least four weeks.
Our My Account service has now switched platforms.
Schoolchildren across the borough got their GCSE results today amid the unprecedented global pandemic.
Haringey businesses and residents will receive help to deal with the effects of COVID-19, following the launch of Haringey’s Good Economy R
A disused Grade-II listed public toilet in Bruce Grove will be totally transformed into a new community café designed to benefit local residents and businesses.
An additional 12 Electric Vehicle (EV) charging points have been installed in the borough as part of the council’s plans to promote sustainability and a greener and cleaner Haringey.
Haringey’s young people were receiving A-Level results today, at an unprecedented time amid a global pandemic.
A two-storey industrial building that was being demolished in Vale Road, N4, partially collapsed on Tuesday afternoon.
Residents in Haringey are being asked to share their views on the council’s proposal to install a zebra crossing on Shelbourne Road, in order to improve pedestrian safety.
How much rubbish can be assembled in just a few days in parks across Haringey?
A new supported living facility for adults with learning disabilities was officially opened on Friday 31st July by Haringey Council.
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