Council News Archive - December 2022
Leisure centres across Haringey have announced their opening times over the festive period.
Read below to find when each of our centres will be open:
Haringey Council Leader, Cllr Peray Ahmet & Cabinet Member for Health, Social Care & Wellbeing, Cllr Lucia das Neves, have issued a joint statement over the decision to remove Asylum hotel
A new online platform has been launched to help residents, businesses and community groups have their say on the Bounds Green low traffic neighbourhood trial and ensure the voices of everyone are h
Young people in Haringey have shown their incredible talent once again after helping the Rising Green Youth Hub win the Best Social Value Project accolade at this year’s Thornton Education Trust (T
Vulnerable households across the borough are set to receive vital support as Haringey Council will distribute over £2million as part of the Household Support Fund (HSF) to help families cope with t
A three-year investigation by Haringey Council has seen a housing tenant prosecuted for tenancy fraud and will have to pay £33,894.58 (including costs), arising from a separate civil proceeding in
Residents, businesses and community groups lead the design of the future waste and street cleaning services
Residents, businesses and community groups in the borough, will lead on shaping the future provision of the Council’s waste and street cleaning service.
Haringey residents are set to benefit from more affordable homes in the borough, after Woodridings Court in Wood Green was given planning permissi
With the cost-of-living crisis impacting on thousands of the borough’s residents, supporting the most vulnerable will be at the heart of the council’s budget for 2023/24.
Our gritting teams have been working hard over the past 24 hours to clear snow across the borough.
Great efforts from the Council have been made to clear the following roads:
Community groups who want to tackle the escalating threat of climate change are invited to bid for funds of up to £50,000 to support their local green projects.
The late Black publisher, poet and essayist John La Rose is to be honoured with a new street name in south Tottenham.
The number of children and young people being suspended or permanently excluded from school in Haringey is at its lowest level since current records began six years ago now.
Cabinet members will meet tonight to discuss a range of topics – from the Cabinet’s response to a Scrutiny Panel review on sheltered housing to the budget for 2023/24.
A Week of Action is currently underway in Wood Green where crime, antisocial behaviour and illegal waste dumping are among the key issues to be addressed by Haringey Council.
Residents living on the Broadwater Farm estate will see their lives transformed after plans to invest £130million on new council homes, safer streets and new community facilities were given the gre
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, and Cllr Dana Carlin, Cabinet Member for Housing Services, Private Renters and Planning, have issued a joint statement around damp and mould issues fol