Council News Archive - March 2021
We would like to thank all residents within the defined test area of N10 - Muswell Hill, who got tested this week to help with our surveillance of the COVID-19 Brazilian variant.
From Monday 29 March, the ‘Stay at home’ rule will end, but many restrictions will still remain in place.
Haringey is marking the first National Day of Reflection with a minutes silence and other special tributes, as we look back on an unprecedented year due to the Covid-19 pandemic and remember those
It has been a memorable week for the borough after the Mayor of London handed the first set of keys to tenants as we look to deliver 1,000 council homes at council rent.
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, was thrilled to see the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, hand the first set of keys to tenants at Charrington Place this week as the council move a step
Hear from Cllr James, Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, and partners about the new Chad Gordon Autism Campus and its services to support residents with Complex Learning Difficulties and Autism
Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has nothing but praise for the hard work that is being carried out in Haringey after he handed the first set of keys to tenants at Charrington Place this week as the co
Haringey Council Leader Cllr Joseph Ejiofor has given his thoughts on Anti-Racism Day which takes place on Saturday, 20 March this year.
Cllr Ejiofor said:
UN Anti-Racism Day is 20 March, a day when people across the planet will pledge to do more to rid their communities of the scourges of racism and discrimination.
The Council’s Corporate Committee have deferred their decision on the proposal to rename Black Boy Lane and announced that more engagement needs to take place with residents following a meeting tha
A new walk-through coronavirus testing facility has opened for those with symptoms to book appointments at The Chocolate Factory Car Park (N22 6XJ) in Haringey, as part of the Government’s UK-wide
The Mayor of London visited Haringey today to hand the keys over to new council homes – the first completed in the borough as part of the authority’s commitment to provide 1,000 new council homes a
Cllr Kirsten Hearn, Cabinet Member for Climate Change, Equalities and Leisure, said:
Revised plans to transform the High Road West area of Tottenham for the benefit of local people have been handed a £90million plus funding boost.
Plans have been approved to build new council homes in south Tottenham as Haringey Council’s housebuilding programme remains well on track to start construction work on 1000 council homes by March
A design development contract has been awarded to construction consultants, Ingleton Wood LLP, to take forward the development works at Osborne Grove Nursing Home.
Vital schemes to revamp and help secure the future of Tottenham’s high streets are set to go ahead after Haringey Council’s Cabinet agrees a new multi-million pound funding scheme.
Enhanced testing is to be deployed in N10 (Muswell Hill) following the detection of a case of Brazil variant (P1) of the COVID-19 virus in the area, with a link back to recent travel to Brazil.
Dr Will Marmaris, Director of Public Health at Haringey Council said:
Every single one of our 18,600 streetlights will be converted to use LED bulbs in the next finan
Haringey works with schools to provides hundreds of thousands in hardship funds for families struggling due to the pandemic
Haringey Council is making £729,000 available to Haringey schools across the borough to help families who are struggling financially due to the pandemic.
With climate change bringing about more flooding incidents across the country, including in Haringey, we are investing £869,000 in flood prevention and drainage improvement schemes.
A review of Haringey’s 1,700 kerbside disabled parking bays will take place with existing bays lengthened to 6.6 metres, if needed.
Thirty roads across the borough have been earmarked for resurfacing in the next financial year with funds set aside for more to repair them where needed throughout the 12-month period.
A series of pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics will be starting from Saturday 13 March as part of ongoing efforts to increase take-up of the vaccine in Haringey.
Haringey is taking a number of steps to tackle climate change, enhance energy efficiency, reduce carbon emissions and improve air quality over the next two decades as set out in the Climate Change
Graffiti, littering, fly-tipping and overflowing bins will be targeted as part of a new strategy to deliver a cleaner Haringey.
As part of its response to the Covid-19 pandemic, and to promote fairness and address structural inequalities in the borough, the Council has accelerated a number of recommendations made by the Har
Residents who are experiencing difficulties with their housing costs are set to benefit from the council’s Discretionary Housing Payment (DHP) that was approved at a Haringey Council cabinet meetin
The national Census day is on Sunday 21 March and households across the whole country will be asked to participate.
Decisions made by the council directly affect Haringey residents, so we want you to get involved in the process and have your say.
A brand-new scheme aimed at residents across the borough who are experiencing severe financial hardship has been launched by Haringey Council.
An operation between Haringey Council and the Metropolitan Police saw ten vehicles issued with parking fines, 25 motorcyclists stopped for riding on footways and a business given a fixed penalty no
Haringey is set to expand rapid Lateral Flow Device (LTD) testing capacity, for those not showing any signs of having the virus, with the addition of a new site in Tottenham Green Leisure Centre op
Haringey Council statement on the IOPC investigation into taser incident in Burgoyne Rd N4.
Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, Leader of Haringey Council, said:
“A progressive Budget at a time of hardship” will help support residents over the next 12 months and beyond, according to Haringey Leader Joseph Ejiofor, after the new budget was passed by the coun
Young people and their families in Tottenham Hale will benefit from a £750,000 fund awarded to help local communities tackle youth crime and violence in their neighbourhoods.
Nearly 100,000 face masks have been shredded by Haringey Council’s Trading Standards team after they were confiscated from a Tottenham firm.
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