Council News Archive - September 2020
London has been placed on a watchlist of local areas of concern, it comes as the number of Covid-19 cases requiring hospital treatments has increased significantly in recent days.
Today is Business Women’s Day and to recognise the vital role that women play in the Haringey Business community, we spoke to some of them about what it’s like to be a female in business in our bor
No action will be taken on the four Oak trees in Queen’s Wood for a further four-week period after an extension was agreed between AXA and Haringey Council.
As part of the Wood Green Neighbourhood of the Future project, Haringey Council has procured an App from Cleancar, which will enable residents and businesses to assess whether switching to an Elect
Single-use plastics will be targeted in Haringey after the council committed to working with schools, businesses and other partners to reduce their use and improve the environment.
In order to protect the environment, support sustainability and reduce single-use plastics, the council has begun using biodegradable bags when issuing Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) – saving approx
In order to support children and families during the pandemic, the council is providing funding for Free Schools Meals (FSM) to schoolchildren from families with no recourse to public funds.
A new LED programme is set to be introduced by the council to improve street lighting right across the borough, to promote the safety of residents, and encourage active travel.
Working with schools, teachers and council staff, Haringey Council is supporting children and young people to return to school safely in September through the Streetspace School Programme.
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