Council News Archive - January 2021
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, said:
From Wednesday (27 January 2021) anyone who is told that they have Covid-19 following a rap
Today (Wednesday 27 January) is Holocaust Memorial Day.
Council tenants living in Noel Park are set to receive a major boost as 117 properties will undergo major external works to ensure that all homes in the area are at or above the Decent Homes standa
Hundreds more Haringey children will be able to receive Free School Meals (FSMs) after Cabinet approved the expansion of its eligibility criteria last night (Tuesday 19 January 2021).
Following an initial consultation on a potential new name for “Black Boy” Lane in 2020, the council is now moving to a second phase of the consultation – asking residents their views on whether or
Haringey resident Chad Gordon, who was murdered last May, will be remembered by the council, with a new autism campus named after him.
Dear Secretary of State,
London’s mayor has declared a “major incident” today, saying the number of Covid-19 cases is threatening to overwhelm the capital’s hospitals.
Nearly a tenth of those coming to Haringey’s Covid-19 rapid testing sites on the first full day it opened to the general public tested positive for the virus.
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, and Haringey’s Director of Public Health, Dr Will Maimaris, have urged residents to follow the new Covid-19 lockdown rules announced by the prime mi
Last year, changes were made to Haringey Council’s My Account to improve the service to provide access to more online services and transactions and make it easier to contact the council.
All residents who have shown no signs of having Coronavirus will be able to take a free rapid COVID-19 test at a new site in Haringey.
The government have reversed their decision on school openings and have now agreed that all primary schools should remain closed throughout London.
Testing and vaccines
Haringey case numbers
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