Council News Archive - March 2023
Having worked with our residents to make Seven Sisters Road (A503) safer, the speed limit has been reduced to 20mph today to help increase safety in the local area.
Cllr Ruth Gordon, Cabinet Member for House Building, Placemaking and Development, visited Cornwall Road this week - one of the many exciting sites we are working on to build more
Haringey Council has successfully worked with the Department for Education (DfE) to secure an additional £29.9m funding in return for delivering a range of projects focused on supporting more child
Street lighting is set to be improved in the borough as the council announces a new investment plan with residents taking centre stage by identifying where the money should be spent.
Haringey’s efforts to tackle climate change and become a net-zero borough by 2041 have received a huge boost after it was revealed the council cut carbon emissions it controls by almost two-thirds
Update: Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness and Marcus Garvey Library and Customer Service Centre – 28 March
Residents across the borough are set to benefit from more than 220 new council homes following a successful bid by Haringey for £5.9 million of funding from the Brownfield Land Release Fund.
A co-production project to boost biodiversity while bringing vivid colour to open spaces in the borough has been launched.
The biggest regeneration programme in Haringey’s history has taken a major step forward with work getting underway to deliver 500 council homes and a new beginning for the community in Tottenham.
As part of a major package of flood defence work, a new Sustainable Drainage System (SuDS) will be installed to reduce the impact of flooding in Hornsey and Muswell Hill.
Leader of Haringey Council Cllr Peray Ahmet and Cabinet Member for Economic Development, Jobs and Community Cohesion Cllr Adam Jogee, have issued the following joint statement following the publica
Works are underway to fix an issue with the electricity supply which has caused the closure of Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness and Marcus Garvey Library and Customer Service Cen
A Haringey Council spokesperson said:
Throughout the year hundreds of residents, schools and community groups reclaim their neighbourhoods by getting involved in litter picks and clean ups.
Hundreds of council tenants will benefit from a 25 per cent reduction in their energy bills and access to a hardship fund of £300,000 to protect them from the full impact of spiralling wholesale ga
Pupils at Devonshire Hill Primary will join thousands of others benefitting from safer and healthier journeys for years to come after another School Street was approved.
Community organisations are set to receive over £34,000 to improve the environment and facilities in Finsbury Park thanks to a special fund set up by Haringey Council to redistrib
Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness and Marcus Garvey Library and Customer Service Centre remain closed while we continue to work with our leisure partner Fusion Lifestyle to fix an issue with the el
Sean O'Donovan has been elected as a councillor for the Tottenham Hale ward after the result of yesterday's by-election was announced in the early hours of this morning (Friday 10 March 2023) at Ge
The amazing achievements that the Haringey community has been able to make together were highlighted this week when Deputy Mayor, Cllr Lester Buxton alongside Captain Peter Baker, Deputy Lieutenant
Events took place across Haringey on Wednesday 8 March to celebrate the contribution that women make in our communities and society as the borough marked International Women’s Day.
Leader of Haringey Council Cllr Peray Ahmet has issued a statement following the sad news of the death of a 25-year-old man who was found with stab wounds on Arnold Road, Tottenham on Sunday evenin
A former council tenant has received a £10K fine and suspended prison sentence after being found guilty of housing fraud.
Residents in Haringey who have been conned and duped out of their hard-earned money by bogus scams have had some of it returned thanks to the hard work of Haringey Council's Tradi
Haringey residents can borrow and return items to and from 321 libraries in 23 local council areas across London and the South East from today (Monday 6 March) after the council’s
Haringey Council Leader, Cllr Peray Ahmet and Chief Executive Andy Donald have issued a statement after the Regulator of Social Housing published a notice over our housing conditions.
Cllr Sarah Williams, Haringey Council Cabinet Member for Finance and Local Investment, has provided an update for residents surrounding Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness Centre.
A programme of events and activities is getting underway in Haringey as the borough prepares to mark Women’s History Month.