Council News Archive - January 2023
Cllr Julie Davies, Cabinet Member for Communities and Civic Life, has provided an update on the closure of Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness and Marcus Garvey Library and Customer Service Centre, w
The lead taken by Haringey Council to tackle the significant harm caused by gambling was highlighted at a major summit in the borough this week.
Cllr Peray Ahmet, Leader of Haringey Council, has given her reaction following the news that one of the new street names on La Rose Lane was vandalised.
Residents, businesses and community groups are being encouraged to help shape provision of the borough’s first pay-as-you go electric bike scheme.
The late Black publisher, poet and essayist John La Rose has been honoured with a new street name in south Tottenham.
A Week of Action is currently underway in Crouch End where crime and antisocial behaviour are among the key issues to be addressed by Haringey Council.
Plans to transform the Selby Centre in Tottenham into a brand new ‘urban village’ with state-of-the art community facilities have received a huge boost after the council was awarded £20 million of
Haringey Council Leader, Cllr Peray Ahmet, has issued a statement following the tragic news that a woman fell to her death on the Love Lane Estate this evening.
The lives of thousands of vulnerable Haringey families will be transformed by making council homes warmer and cheaper to run.
Building new homes and tackling the climate crisis are among the key actions in a new document outlining Haringey Council’s plans for the next 15 months.
A Haringey landlord has been fined £2500 by the council’s Private Sector Housing Team for letting an unlicensed HMO (House in Multiple Occupation) in Hornsey Park Road, N8.
More than 25,000 residents will benefit from a multi-purpose health care centre in Tottenham Hale.
Residents and businesses in Haringey are set to benefit from full fibre broadband as work begins on the council’s multimillion-pound investment to boost digital