Council News Archive - December 2021
Former homeless residents receive Xmas hampers
The Hill Group has donated Christmas hampers to bring some extra cheer to the SoloHaus residents at Olive Morris Court in Tottenham this festive season.
Important message for all residents on Omicron over the festive period
Winter support for people affected by rough sleeping
The Department of Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has chosen not to grant us any additional winter funding this year.
Covid isolation cut from 10 days to seven with test
There has been an overnight change to policy on testing for people infected with COVID-19 in England.
Customer Service Centre closure
The Customer Service Centre at Marcus Garvey is closed for face-to-face appointments until further notice due to officers testing positive for Covid-19.
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Three-month suspension for off-licence that sold alcohol to a minor
A convenience store in Northumberland Park has been issued with a three-month licence suspension after council Trading Standards officers found that it sold alcohol to a minor and
Government sets new booster target in midst of warnings of Omicron wave
In a televised address to the Nation on Sunday evening, the Prime Minister announced that booster jabs will be offered to everyone over 18 in England from this week.
Covid-19: Face masks required in more indoor venues in England
Face coverings are now compulsory in most indoor venues in England, under measures to tackle the Omicron variant. The new rules require people to wear masks in locations including theatres, cinemas
England moves to Plan B
The government has announced the introduction of COVID-19 Plan B restrictions in England to help limit the spread of the Omicron variant.
Council to in-source housing services after residents back the change
Council reveals plans to transform Broadwater Farm with hundreds of new council homes
Haringey Streets for People: Cabinet approves three low traffic neighbourhoods
Online booking for Covid boosters expands to millions of over-40s
Nine days after the extension of the booster programme was announced to protect against the Omicron variant, over-40s who had their second doses more than three months ago will be able to get their
Leader's statement - Wood Green incident
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, has given her reaction to the tragic double murder that took place in Wood Green last week.
Cllr Peray Ahmet said:
COVID-19 update from Dr Will Maimaris, Director of Public Health
Andy Donald set to be appointed as Interim Chief Executive
Andy Donald is set to be appointed as Interim Chief Executive of Haringey Council, taking over from Zina Etheridge, who will be leaving her position in February 2022.
Celebrate the festive season in Haringey
It’s time to wrap up warm and head to your local town centre for a jam-packed festive fun weekend.
New Wood Green police team officially launched
Leader of Haringey Council, Cllr Peray Ahmet, and the new Cabinet Member for Stronger and Safer Communities, Cllr Erdal Dogan, met with residents and police officers on Wednesday to mark the launch
No new savings proposed in budget as council invests for the future
There will be no new spending reductions proposed in Haringey Council’s 2022/23 budget in a significant shift after years of austerity-driven budget pressures.
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