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National funding formula for schools 

24 Feb

Haringey Council leader Claire Kober has thrown her support behind a national campaign – led by parents in the borough – calling on the government to reconsider plans for a new education funding formula, which could see local schools lose ...


Greener, cheaper energy to light up Tottenham 

24 Feb

Pioneering plans to generate low-cost, low-carbon heat and energy for thousands of homes and businesses in north Tottenham have been agreed by Haringey Council.


Hundreds of new affordable homes to be built in Haringey 

20 Feb

Plans to build more than 250 new homes – including 200 affordable properties – across the borough have been approved by Haringey Council.


Community schemes and volunteering opportunities as OrganicLea set to run Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre 

17 Feb

Organic produce cooperative OrganicLea is set to take over the running of Wolves Lane Horticultural Centre – bringing volunteering opportunities; the chance...


Flytipping in Haringey: The facts 

16 Feb

Flytipping is a crime that blights our streets in Haringey and across London.


Social care funding and council tax freeze: budget proposals 

15 Feb

A dedicated charge to help meet spiralling social care costs in Haringey is to be added to council tax bills under proposals put forward by the council’s cab...


A secure future for Hornsey Town Hall 

15 Feb

The multi-million pound renovation of Hornsey Town Hall and square - including a new arts and community centre and careful restoration of the historic Grade II* listed building - has been guaranteed.


Council wants views of local residents and businesses on the future of Wood Green 

15 Feb

Local residents and businesses are being asked to have their say on ambitious plans to transform Wood Green as part of a major Haringey Council consultation starting this week.


Join the Great British Spring Clean 

8 Feb

The nation is coming together for the Great British Spring Clean in March, and you can get involved in Haringey.


Resident gets criminal behaviour order for persistent antisocial behaviour 

8 Feb

A woman who made her neighbours’ lives a misery with nuisance noise has been prosecuted by Haringey’s enforcement team.


Haringey hands over the keys to the first council homes built in the borough in 30 years 

8 Feb

Haringey Council has today (Wednesday 8 February) welcomed tenants into the first new council homes built in the borough for at least 30 years.


Lendlease to be recommended as partner for Haringey’s ambitious regeneration plans 

6 Feb

Haringey Council has today published a report that, if approved, takes it one step closer to delivering thousands of new jobs and at least 5,000 new homes on...


Haringey commemorates the Holocaust 

26 Jan

Haringey residents, school children, genocide survivors, faith leaders and community representatives will gather this Sunday (January 29) for a special Holocaust Memorial event.


Haringey narrows shortlist for major Tottenham development 

24 Jan

Haringey Council has narrowed it s  shortlist to three bidders as it looks to identify a long-term partner fo...


Haringey teenagers invited to be ‘Health Champions’ for a day at City Hall 

20 Jan

Young people aged 14-17 in Haringey are being invited to join the fight against childhood obesity by taking part in a ‘Healthy London Hackathon’ at City Hall on Saturday 28 January.


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London Assembly »

Paws for Support 

22 Feb

The Mayor of London could support some of the capital’s 5,360 armed forces veterans suffering from PTSD by providing loans for life-changing therapeutic dogs.


Armed forces veterans suffering PTSD need Mayor’s help to access life-changing assistance dogs 

22 Feb

– New report calls on Sadiq Khan to help some of the capital’s 5,360 affected veterans – Loan-scheme could ease access to highly-trained dogs – Canines act as effective alternatives to long-term drug therapies The Mayor of...


Sadiq Khan on track for worst strikes record of any London Mayor 

22 Feb

– Latest walkout means Mayor’s projected yearly average eclipses Boris’s and Ken’s – On course to average 5.05 strikes per year – Record set to get even worse with threat of Night Tube strikes Sadiq Khan is on track for the...


Tower Hamlets election fraud: Met suffered from ‘Rotherham Syndrome’ in failure to investigate 

10 Feb

– Police feared community reaction, says Assembly Member Tony Arbour – Says Met has ‘serious questions to answer’ – Calls for Mayor to launch full investigation An apparent reluctance by the Metropolitan Police to properly...


TfL fares income down £90M due to fewer passenger journeys 

8 Feb

Transport for London has revealed its fares income is down £90million in the year-to-date, raising serious questions about the Mayor’s ability to balance the books.


Nominee passes now costing TfL over £33million a year 

2 Feb

– Travel perk grants free travelcards for flatmates of TfL staff – Mayor urged to give firefighters free travel instead at a fraction of the cost A perk that grants free travel to the flatmates of TfL staff now costs London taxpayers...


Tube Strikes: Mayor gives into unions demands at a cost of £68M 

31 Jan

Against all evidence the Mayor is reversing decisions to reduce hundreds of unnecessary staff The Mayor has given in to union’s demands and massively scaled back plans to reduce unnecessary station staff at a cost of £68million.


Mayor to host representatives of eleven ‘Israeli travel ban’ countries at City Hall reception 

31 Jan

– Mayor set to condemn Trump’s travel ban at tonight’s event – Facing calls to also criticise attending countries that ban Israeli citizens The Mayor of London is set to host representatives of eleven countries that ban Israeli...


BUDGET: Mayor puts Old Oak Common homes at risk with 40% budget cut 

25 Jan

– Experts predict budget cut will impact major project The Mayor of London has cut the budget for Old Oak Common by 40 per cent – despite his claims of increased spending – putting the building of thousands of homes at risk.


BUDGET: Mayor keeps ‘Olympics tax’ after Games debt is wiped 

25 Jan

– Sadiq Khan using loophole to raise cash for his unbalanced budget The Mayor of London is continuing to impose an ‘Olympic tax’ on Londoners – even though the debt of the Games has been wiped.


‘Clumsy’ ULEZ extension will not tackle worst-polluting areas despite costing £780million 

24 Jan

– Extension will only improve air quality by an additional 10% – original ULEZ will see 51% reduction – Projected additional cost of £780million – £220 per household – Money could buy 2,600 hybrid buses for same impact...


a breath of fresh air 

24 Jan

The Mayor of London’s proposal to extend the ULEZ is a clumsy policy that will fail to tackle pollution hotspots and will penalise drivers and businesses in non-polluting areas, a new report shows.


Rail Devolution: Sadiq Khan ‘abdicating responsibility as Mayor’ 

13 Jan

In throwing his toys out of the pram and refusing to co-operate with the government, Sadiq Khan has ruined any chance we as a city had of taking control of mainline rail in London.


The Mayor resorts to mud-slinging rather than addressing the T-Charge facts 

12 Jan

Sadiq Khan appears to be blindly ignoring the facts put in front of him by his own researchers at TfL.


T-charge will cost Londoners £23million a year for ‘negligible’ improvement in air quality 

12 Jan

– TfL predicts just a 1-3% reduction in NOx (nitrous oxide) emissions – 9,000 drivers every day set to be hit with £10 charge – Small businesses with older vehicles will be hardest hit The Mayor of London’s T-charge will ...


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FixMyStreet »

Noisey network valve in road, 24th February 

24 Feb

Reported to Thames Water who found this not to be their responsbility.


Bulky rubbish items being dumped in alley leading to flats above shops, 24th February 

24 Feb

People are using the alley behind the restaurants which we use to acces our apartments to dump large and bulky rubbish, including a door, a broken ladder, several chairs a shopping trolley and long steels bars.


Lift out of service, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Lift in Dowding House N6 4HD has been out of service for 16 hours.


Two abandoned bins half-full of sand on street corner, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Two abandoned bins have been on the corner of Darren Close for at least a month.


Multiple potholes here for years. Never fixed, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 33 Kimberley Gardens, N4 Report on FixMyStreet...


Pavement blocked, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Concrete delivery.


Inconsiderate constructors, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Scaffold bars Dumped on pavement by developers Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 31 Seaford Road, N15 Report on FixMyStreet...


Rubbish by garages on Bury Road, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Shopping trolley full of rubbish and bags on Bury Road next to garages Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 65 Bury Road, N22 Report on FixMyStreet...


Rubbish on Bury Road, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Bags of rubbish and large amount of litter on Bury Road at rear of old Marks and Spencer store.


Rubbish opposite 77 Bury Road, 23rd February 

23 Feb

Rubbish opposite 77 Bury Road Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 73 Bury Road, N22 Report on FixMyStreet...


Car parked on the pavement, 22nd February 

22 Feb

Smart Car.


Fly tipping on Farrant Avenue., 22nd February 

22 Feb

Fly tipping of old garden fencing is currently blocking the path on Farrant Avenue, near the corner with Darwin Road.


Many residents are leaving their wheelie bins and unwanted furniture on the public pavement making it difficult for use of wheelchairs and prams on the street., 22nd February 

22 Feb

Residents on Coniston Road, particularly those in shared buildings (flats) are leaving their rubbish and recycling wheelie bins along with unwanted furniture on the public pavements, making wheelchair and pram access difficult if not impossible...


Door and other building rubbish dumped on pavement, 21st February 

21 Feb

It's all on a blue tarpaulin, suggesting that it may have been pulled out from the back of a van, but no-one saw it being dumped.


A large bag of rubble and rubbish has been left on the footpath., 20th February 

20 Feb

This rubbish has been left on the road since last Friday.


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FOI »

LOBO loan current value and brokerage invoices 

26 Feb

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Ludovica Rogers on 26 February 2017 .


Arup report on Broadwater Farm etc, 2013 

25 Feb

Request to Haringey Borough Council by Paul Burnham .


Haringey Council representation regarding regulations under the Housing and Planning Act 2016 

25 Feb

Request to Haringey Borough Council by Paul Burnham .


Information about safety and allocation of away supporters 

23 Feb

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Ayse Smith on 23 February 2017 .


Rental Income from the former electricity show rooms on Hornsey Town Hall Square 

23 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Adrian Essex on 23 February 2017 .


HDV £2billion valuation 

22 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Sarah Cave on 22 February 2017 .


List of commercial properties or land in enfield with empty buildings relief 

22 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to andrew bent on 22 February 2017 .


Rental Income from the former electricity show rooms on Hornsey Town Hall Square 

22 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Adrian Essex on 22 February 2017 .


Approved Variation of Commission Fees Payable on LOBO Loans and Selection of Broker 

22 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Joel M Benjamin on 22 February 2017 .


Rental Income from the former electricity show rooms on Hornsey Town Hall Square 

22 Feb

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Adrian Essex on 22 February 2017 .


Contracted Housing Related Support Services 

22 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to M Makam on 22 February 2017 .


Approved Variation of Commission Fees Payable on LOBO Loans and Selection of Broker 

21 Feb

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Joel M Benjamin on 21 February 2017 .


Contracted Housing Related Support Services 

21 Feb

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by M Makam on 21 February 2017 .


Haringey Development Vehicle Project Documents 

21 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Mark Simpson on 21 February 2017 .


Teacher agency Spend 2015-2016 

21 Feb

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Joe inglis on 21 February 2017 .


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Parliament »

Higher Education: Admissions | Department for Business, Innovation and Skills | Written Answers 

24 Jul

To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, if he will make representations to UCAS on releasing anonymised individual data on applications and admissions to universities for the purpose of research on access to higher...


[Mr Christopher Chope in the Chair] – Housing Supply (London) | Westminster Hall debates 

15 Jul

I am against setting up a 1970s-style bureaucracy to impose rent control.


Disabled Students (University of Cambridge) | Commons debates 

7 Jul

The collegiate system is causing a tremendous problem for my constituent.


Disabled Students (University of Cambridge) | Commons debates 

7 Jul

The collegiate system is causing a tremendous problem for my constituent.


Davies Commission Report | Oral Answers to Questions – Prime Minister | Commons debates 

1 Jul

In looking at the report over the coming months, will the Secretary of State consider the livelihoods of many in the UK— the 190,000 potential jobs, the 76,000 livelihoods of those currently working at Heathrow and the 10,000 apprenticeships...


Davies Commission Report | Oral Answers to Questions – Prime Minister | Commons debates 

1 Jul

In looking at the report over the coming months, will the Secretary of State consider the livelihoods of many in the UK— the 190,000 potential jobs, the 76,000 livelihoods of those currently working at Heathrow and the 10,000 apprenticeships...


Education and Adoption Bill | Commons debates 

22 Jun

Last September could well turn out to be the most important month in my life.


Education and Adoption Bill | Commons debates 

22 Jun

Last September could well turn out to be the most important month in my life.


Engagements | Oral Answers to Questions – Prime Minister | Commons debates 

17 Jun

It is both sad and disturbing that the number of reported rapes in Greater London has risen by 68% in the last 10 years.


Engagements | Oral Answers to Questions – Prime Minister | Commons debates 

17 Jun

It is both sad and disturbing that the number of reported rapes in Greater London has risen by 68% in the last 10 years.


[Mr David Crausby in the Chair] – Air Pollution (London) | Westminster Hall debates 

9 Jun

I will be very brief, Mr Crausby.


Mephedrone: Hampshire | Home Office | Written Answers 

26 Mar

Data specifically on the Gosport and Fareham area is not available as the Crime Survey for England and Wales does not allow sufficiently robust estimates to be made for smaller geographic areas.


Domestic Violence | Home Office | Written Answers 

25 Mar

Recommendation 11 of the HMIC report relates to a multi-agency inspection on domestic abuse.


Crimes of Violence: Blackpool | Home Office | Written Answers 

25 Mar

It is not possible to calculate the figures requested.


National Centre for Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research | Home Office | Written Answers 

25 Mar

The National Centre for Replacement, Refinement and Reduction of Animals in Research (NC3Rs) primarily receives Government funding through the Department for Business Innovation and Skills via the Medical Research Council (MRC) and the Biotechnology...


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