Council News Archive - August 2021
Primark is partnering with the NHS in Haringey and Haringey Council to host a walk-in vaccine clinic in its Wood Green store on Saturday 28 August, from 10:00am – 6:00pm.
Residents across Haringey can now have their say on a proposal to bring housing services back under the direct management of the Local Authority.
Haringey Council is looking to better understand the experience of women and girls in Haringey about their experiences after dark in the borough.
Giving local people space to walk, cycle and play in clean air without worrying about through traffic are the priorities of three schemes launched for consultation this week.
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, Cllr Lucia Das Neves, Cabinet Member for Health, Social Care and Well-being, and Lucy Nabijou, Co-ordinator of Haringey Welcome have issued a joint sta
Residents on a Tottenham estate are being encouraged to use their vote as a ballot gets underway on proposals to redevelop the neighbourhood with 500 brand new council homes and deliver on their pr
Local dignitaries gathered in Tottenham to attend the official opening of Haringey’s new campus for adults with autism.
Children and young people right across Haringey have been celebrating their GCSE, A-Level, BTEC and other vocational qualification results this past week.
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Haringey Council Leader, has given her reaction to the tragic news that a 16-year-old has died following a stabbing incident that took place inside Lordship Recreation Ground, N17
Pupils across Haringey were receiving their A-Level, BTECs and other vocational qualification results today (Tuesday 10 August 2021) after an unprecedented, 18-month period in their young lives owi
Sixteen and 17-year-olds across the UK are now being invited to book their coronavirus vaccine, with GPs in England told they can contact this age group.
Council Leader and Chair of the West Green Road/Seven Sisters Development Trust statements on Wards Corner
Following the news that Grainger will not be progressing with the Wards Corner development, including the proposed temporary home for Seven Sisters Market (SSM) at Apex Gardens, Council Leader Cllr
Grainger yesterday announced it will not proceed with the Wards Corner development.
The Leader of Haringey Council has called on the Prime Minister to be true to his word and provide the resources needed to support Tottenham’s continued progress in the wake of the pandemic and “co
A message from Cllr Lucia das Neves, Cabinet Member for Health, Social Care and Well-Being:
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