Council News Archive - June 2022
The UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) is reminding people to ensure their COVID-19 vaccinations are up to date and to continue following COVID-safe behaviours, as latest data indicates that Omicron
Parents whose children have missed their routine childhood vaccinations, have been urged to get their children vaccinated after traces of the polio virus have been identified in a small number of w
Residents across Haringey are set to benefit from a major transformation in adult learning services with the launch of council-run Haringey Learns.
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, has issued a statement following the tragic loss of 17-year-old Ali Baygoren who was fatally stabbed in Tottenham over the weekend.
Haringey residents turned out in their numbers as they helped to celebrate South Africa’s Youth Day at our coproduced event in O.R. Tambo Rec on Sunday (19 June 2022).
The Met Office has issued a Level 3 warning for hot weather in the upcoming days, with temperatures peaking on Friday 17 June, when it is predicted to exceed 32° Celsius in Haringey.
A major crackdown on drivers who park dangerously and flout traffic rules in Wood Green town centre will be launched this weekend in direct response to growing concerns by the local community.
First elected in 2018, Cllr Lucia das Neves was Chair of Overview and Scrutiny for two and a half years and sat on the joint health scrutiny for North Central London for three years.
Additional community safety measures will be trialled in Finsbury Park for a 14-week period this summer as Haringey Council responds to resident and local stakeholder feedback.
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council has issued a statement following the incident that took place on Pemberton Road:
Residents across Haringey are set to benefit from better housing services after Homes for Haringey moved back under the direct control of the council.