Council News Archive - March 2022
Another School Street will be introduced at Harris Academy in Tottenham on Monday 28 March as Haringey looks to make our streets safer and cleaner for our children and families.
Haringey has been shortlisted for two prizes at the LGC Awards – local government’s most prestigious awards.
Leader of the Council Cllr Peray Ahmet and Cabinet Member Cllr Ruth Gordon joined local MP David Lammy on Friday to visit projects in the Seven Sisters area working to support residents, build comm
Young people in Haringey are being encouraged to do and think more to prevent violence against women and girls (VAWG), through a new campaign putting young people at its very heart.
A Haringey landlord has been fined £5000 by the council’s Private Sector Housing Team for letting an unlicensed HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) in Boreham Road, N22.
Pupils and teaching staff are continuing to benefit from Haringey Council’s multi-million-pound commitment in school settings that bolster their health and wellbeing and allow them to excel and thr
Local organisations are to provide services to the borough’s communities and residents in more sustainable ways in future after becoming the first-ever recipients of the Haringey Community Carbon F
Cases of COVID-19 are now rising in every region of the UK. Data to the 10 March shows an increase of 52.9% in reported cases in the UK over the past week.
Children and teachers across Haringey will benefit from improved air quality and enhanced road safety for many more months and years to come after 10 School Streets, benefiting 12 schools, were app
Haringey’s commitment to build new council homes for residents across the borough grew even stronger after the cabinet gave the green light to start the main works on 80 new homes.
Haringey’s youngest children are set to benefit from better outcomes in the future after provisional proposals for an Early Years Strategy – including plans for four Family Hubs in our borough – we
Residents of Broadwater Farm have overwhelmingly voted in favour of plans to transform their estate with almost 300 new, high quality council homes, safer streets and improved community facilities.