Council News Archive - February 2021
Whittington Health NHS Trust is inviting residents to have their say on proposed changes of location for some adults and children and young people’s services in Haringey, and the creation of a chil
A Tottenham-based radio project focussing on the descendants of the Windrush generation living in Tottenham has won Best Arts Project, in the 2021 Hearts for the Arts Awards.
From today (Tuesday 16 February 2021) letters will be sent to all Haringey households regarding voting in the elections for the Mayor of London and the London Assembly on 6 May 2021.
Haringey residents are coming together to invest in renewables through a group-buying scheme for solar panels and battery storage.
Haringey Council and Homes for Haringey are working in close collaboration with residents and the wider Broadwater Farm community to create and deliver the most comprehensive and wide-reaching Esta
Haringey Council and the Selby Trust are working in partnership to develop a joint vision for the existing Selby Centre and Bull Lane sites.
A revered and world-renowned Haringey resident is to have his lasting contribution to the anti-apartheid and equal rights movement recognised after Cabinet approved plans last night to rename a par
A strategy to manage and stop people from falling into debt in the borough is being brought forward by the council, to support the most vulnerable residents in the community.
Residents are being asked to engage with the council and provide their views on the proposed Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) scheme in the borough – to increase active travel, promote the safety
Thousands of schoolchildren and young people in the borough have received a timely lockdown lift after Haringey Council pledged £200,000 to the Digital Divide Appeal, a joint initiative with Haring
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