Council News Archive - November 2022
Almost 7,000 pupils to benefit from safer and healthier journeys
Thousands of pupils across the borough are set to benefit from safer and healthier journeys under proposals for the major expansion of Schools Streets.
Thames Water repairing sewer in Muswell Hill
As part of a wider plan to tackle the ongoing flooding residents and businesses are facing in the Hornsey area, Thames Water is undertaking works to repair its surface water sewer on Priory Road an
Celebrations for 250th anniversary of pioneering Tottenham meteorologist
An ‘Outstanding’ start in life for babies and young children here in Haringey
Babies and young children are continuing to receive the very best start in life here in Haringey, with Rowland Hill Nursery School and Children’s Centre the latest in a long line of our Early Years
Leader's statement - Full Council meeting
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, has given her reaction to the Full Council meeting not taking place on Monday night.
Leader's statement - Autumn budget
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, has given her reaction to the Autumn Statement from the Chancellor on Thursday.
New property licensing scheme comes into force in Haringey
A new property licensing scheme that aims to provide safer, well managed housing for renters has now come into force across the east of the borough.
Free ‘Care at Home’ parking permit for residents in CPZs across Haringey
Residents who require a home visit from a carer in a Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) will soon be able to use a new free ‘Care at Home’ parking permit after Haringey Council announced a change in its
Thousands across Haringey set to receive full fibre broadband
A new multi-million-pound investment which aims to provide full fibre high-speed broadband to residents and businesses across the borough is under way as the council set
Council commits to a new relationship with residents and communities
Listening better, sharing power and harnessing the knowledge, expertise and passion of individuals and communities will be at the heart of a new relationship between Haringey Council and its reside
Replacement trees to be planted outside Green Lanes McDonald’s
The McDonald’s franchise holder in Green Lanes has agreed to pay for the replacement of trees outside the restaurant following discussions with Haringey Council.
Overnight incidents of localised flooding
Cllr Seema Chandwani, Cabinet Member for Tackling Inequality and Resident Services, said:
Local politicians to answer young people’s questions about voting in upcoming radio shows
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