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Haringey to kick off World Football Cup 

25 May

We’re no strangers to hosting international football here in Haringey – but next week the borough welcomes a competition with a difference, the World Footbal...


Diversity in action: Introducing Haringey Council’s new Cabinet 

25 May

A Cabinet that truly reflects the diversity of Haringey will be at the heart of the council’s key decision making process.


Celebrating the best in local development – Haringey Design Awards 2018 

22 May

The search for the borough’s best buildings is underway, with nominations now open for the Haringey Design Awards 2018.


Find out more about fostering during Foster Care Fortnight 

18 May

Have you got room in your home and your heart to foster...


Park Road Lido re-opens 

16 May

Swimmers can once again make a splash at Park Road lido, which re-opens tomorrow (Thursday May 17) following emergency repairs.


Join our Stop LGBT+ Hate Crime event 

16 May

An event highlighting LGBT+ hate crime and the impact it has on the community will be held in Haringey this month.


Wood Green wins London Festival of Architecture spot 

9 May

Wood Green will be part of the prestigious London Festival of Architecture this summer – hosting a treasure hunt with a difference.


Park Road Lido Update 

27 Apr

We’re pleased to report that repairs to Park Road lido are now entering their final phase.


Fun in the sun at Weekend of Play 

25 Apr

From skipping to scooting and face-painting to frisbee, children and families across Haringey had fun in the spring sunshine at this year’s Weekend of...


Local Election 2018 – postal votes 

16 Apr

A printing error has resulted in a small proportion of postal vote packs being issued with the wrong instruction sheet.


Royal wedding invite for Haringey’s Pamela 

12 Apr

She’s worked tirelessly to support those battling mental health issues in Haringey and now Pamela Anomneze has been given a very special reward – an invite t...


Get set, go for the Weekend of Play 

11 Apr

From skipping to scooting and hopscotch to handstands, the streets of Haringey will be buzzing with outdoor fun for the Weekend of Play.


Tanesha Melbourne-Blake: joint message from Haringey Council and Haringey Police 

9 Apr

We share the shock and sadness being felt across Haringey following the senseless killing of 17-year-old Tanesha Melbourne-Blake.


Tanesha Melbourne 

4 Apr

Like so many people in Tottenham and across Haringey, we have been horrified this week by the senseless murder of 17-year-old Tanesha Melbourne.


Haringey at the forefront of national public health 

4 Apr

Dr Jeanelle de Gruchy, Haringey Council’s Director of Public Health, has been elected as the next President of the Association of Directors of Public H...


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London Assembly »

Cutting Congestion: The Case for Car Clubs 

28 Feb

Promote Boris Bike-style scheme for car clubs to reduce London congestion, says new report Keith Prince AM calls on Mayor to make car club spaces compulsory in new builds More spaces would allow A-to-B journeys and could reduce congestion ...


Read GLA Conservatives Response to the Mayor’s Draft London Plan 

26 Feb

Writing a response to The Mayor’s Draft London Plan, Andrew Boff AM highlights concerns around family homes, overcrowding, parking, small sites policy and industrial land.


Transport Committee cycling meeting with BBC Broadcaster Jeremy Vine 

20 Feb

Transport Committee cycling meeting with BBC Broadcaster Jeremy Vine On Monday February 19, the London Assembly Transport Committee held a special meeting with the keen cyclist and BBC Broadcaster Jeremy Vine.


Economy Committee – Draft Economic Development Strategy 

20 Feb

Economy Committee - Draft Economic Development Strategy The Mayor published his draft Economic Development Strategy for public consultation on 13 December 2017.


Hospitals haemorrhaging clinically qualified EU citizens 

20 Feb

Hospitals haemorrhaging clinically qualified EU citizens In its fourth Brexit Directive letter to the Mayor, the London Assembly urges him to discuss whether the Government could provide a sector-specific guarantee for the rights of EU healthcare...


Jeremy Vine reads out Mean Tweets from motorists about cyclists 

19 Feb

Jeremy Vine reads out Mean Tweets from motorists about cyclists A special briefing session with BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine to discuss public attitudes to cycling based on his experience as a cyclist in London.


Hear what Jeremy Vine has to say about Matt Le Blanc’s comments on cyclists 

19 Feb

Hear what Jeremy Vine has to say about Matt Le Blanc's comments on cyclists A special briefing session with BBC broadcaster Jeremy Vine to discuss public attitudes to cycling based on his experience as a cyclist in London.


Transport Committee – Cycling infrastructure with special guest, BBC broadcaster, Jeremy Vine. 

19 Feb

Transport Committee - Cycling infrastructure with special guest, BBC broadcaster, Jeremy Vine.


Mayor’s Question Time 

19 Feb

Mayor's Question Time The Mayor of London will present his Final Draft Budget, focusing on the changes to the Budget proposals since they were last presented to the Assembly on January 25th.


Police & Crime Committee – Q&A with the Met and MOPAC 

19 Feb

Police Crime Committee - QA with the Met and MOPAC The Deputy Commissioner, Sir Craig Mackey QPM and Sophie Linden, the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime will answer questions on the following topics: Changes to frontline policing Basic...


Environment Committee – Water issues 

19 Feb

Environment Committee - Water issues The Environment Committee will discuss water management in the capital, including blockages in the sewer system caused by non-flushable products and 'fatbergs', balancing London's future...


Chinese New Year on the Square 

18 Feb

Chinese New Year on the Square Tens of thousands of Londoners came together on Sunday 18 February 2018 to celebrate Chinese New Year with a fantastic array of performances in Trafalgar Square.


Hidden figures of Women’s Suffrage with Historian Lucy Worsley 

15 Feb

Hidden figures of Women's Suffrage with Historian Lucy Worsley Lucy Worsley of Historic Royal Palaces talks about some of the incredible women who fought for women's suffrage in Britain.


People’s Question Time – Hounslow, 1 March 2018 

15 Feb

People's Question Time - Hounslow, 1 March 2018 Get your ticket to People's Question Time where you can ask Members of the London Assembly and Mayor Sadiq Khan about their plans and priorities for the city.


How is London responding to technological innovation? 

13 Feb

How is London responding to technological innovation? Is TfL doing enough to regulate new technology? - When will autonomous vehicles be driving on London's roads? - Can car sharing cut congestion? - Will drones and droids flood our skies...


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FixMyStreet »

Dumped washing Machine & rubbish bag Moorefield Road N17, 25th May 

25 May

Washing machine rubbish bag on Pavement at the Southern end of Moorefield Road, Tottenham N17 near the junction with St Loy's Road.


Plastic bottles of cooking oil dumped on pavement under bridge in St Loys Rd N17, 25th May 

25 May

Plastic bottles of cooking oil dumped on pavement under bridge in St Loys Rd N17.


Street light cover plate open & on ground – RT 606 C, 25th May 

25 May

Street light cover plate open on ground - Column number RT 606 C Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 366 High Road, N17 Report on FixMyStreet...


Bags in usual dumping hotspot Corner of Somerset Rd N17 25 May18, 25th May 

25 May

More bagged rubbish + a steel waste-bin, in the usual dumping hotspot at the corner of Somerset Rd N17 the carpark entrance.


DANGEROUS open gate at the western end of Chesnut Road N17, 25th May 

25 May

The central section of Chesnut Road Tottenham N17 is gated at both ends to exclude motor vehicles.


Another large grey wheeled waste bin in Dawlish Rd N17, 25th May 

25 May

Another large grey wheeled waste bin in Dawlish Road Tottenham N17.


Rubbish in Mitchley Rd N17 near junction with Malvern Road, 25th May 

25 May

Black bags of rubbish on the pavement plus clothes dumped on top of a Virgin Media cabinet.


New rubbish on the green in Mitchley Rd, Tottenham N17, 25th May 

25 May

Rubbish reported recently had been cleared.


Flytipping & Overflowing recycling, not collected, 24th May 

24 May

Street flytipping (old furniture, toys, rubbish) and over flowing large recycling bin has been left full and not collected for several months outside childrens charity.


Grass, 24th May 

24 May

Grass in hartington park had a token cut2weeks ago 1st this year 50% the rest of the park has not been touched at all and no ones been back to finnish the job Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps):...


Rubbish dumped, 24th May 

24 May

Again Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 65 Mount Pleasant Road, N17 Report on FixMyStreet...


Rubbish dumped, 23rd May 

23 May

Again Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 3 Fairbourne Road, N17 Report on FixMyStreet...


Street sign has been damaged and facing the wrong way – please remove as it doesn’t serve any purpose for directions and is an eyesore, 22nd May 

22 May

Please can this sign be removed as a matter of priority.


Flytipping again, 22nd May 

22 May

Again Nearest road to the pin placed on the map (automatically generated by Bing Maps): 65 Mount Pleasant Road, N17 Report on FixMyStreet...


4-5 Rubbish bags discarded on the pavement, 21st May 

21 May

Dear Sir / Madam There are about 4-5 rubbish bags (Large and small) been discarded on the pavement outside House No 33 Moselle Avenue, Wood Green, London, N22 6ES.


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FOI »

Average rents for Haringey Council’s rented dwelling stock for 2018-19 

25 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Paul Burnham on 25 May 2018 .


Haringey Law Centre: Decision to stop funding 

25 May

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Peoples Information Center on 25 May 2018 .


Agency Spending Request 

24 May

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Luke Porter on 24 May 2018 .


Communication with HfH regarding their document ‘Resident Engagement Code of Conduct’ 

23 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Robert Lindsay-Smith on 23 May 2018 .


Team Managers 

23 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to alicia on 23 May 2018 .


Average rents for Haringey Council’s rented dwelling stock for 2018-19 

23 May

Follow up sent to Haringey Borough Council by Paul Burnham on 23 May 2018 .


One and Two Hour Visitors Parking Permits 

23 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Philip Richards on 23 May 2018 .


Roads compensation 1990-2015 inclusive 

22 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Amanda Hart on 22 May 2018 .


Average rents for Haringey Council’s rented dwelling stock for 2018-19 

22 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Paul Burnham on 22 May 2018 .


List- Homeowners fallen into arrears with mortgage 

22 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to kelly landau on 22 May 2018 .


List- Homeowners fallen into arrears with mortgage 

22 May

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by kelly landau on 22 May 2018 .


Average rents for Haringey Council’s rented dwelling stock for 2018-19 

22 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Paul Burnham on 22 May 2018 .


Complete Non-Residential / Business Property Rates Data (Q2 2018) 

21 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Gavin Chait on 21 May 2018 .


Communication with HfH regarding their document ‘Resident Engagement Code of Conduct’ 

21 May

Response by Haringey Borough Council to Robert Lindsay-Smith on 21 May 2018 .


Average rents for Haringey Council’s rented dwelling stock for 2018-19 

18 May

Request sent to Haringey Borough Council by Paul Burnham on 18 May 2018 .


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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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LocalGov blogs »
  • Firms make millions out of ‘by the night’ flats for England’s homeless
    26 May 18
    Councils are paying agents and landlords huge sums for temporary housing. But in one London tower block, it’s a permanent reality of damp, mould and mice Shabana winces as she points out blooms of potentially toxic black spores in the flat …
  • Sheffield stabbings: police consider extra stop-and-searches
    25 May 18
    Boy, 15, dies after incident in Lowedges, two days after a fatal stabbing in Woodhouse Police are considering authorising extra stop-and-search powers in parts of Sheffield after two teenagers were fatally stabbed this week. The latest victim…
  • Charity Commission reform vital for civil society strategy to work | Nathan Yeowell
    25 May 18
    The government’s plan could have a massive, positive impact on the sector, but we must be honest about what’s needed The government has just closed consultation on its plan to help create a stronger civil society in the UK. It’s an opportunity…
  • Numbers and Knowledge
    25 May 18
    Whitehall and Local Government often seem fixated on numbers, metrics and targets, as a trigger for focus and action, show to residents, and to satisfy inspectorates as to just exactly what councils have achieved for their residents and areas…
  • NHS reforms have failed to take the politics out of the NHS – new report
    23 May 18
    The creation of NHS England has failed to take the politics out of healthcare provision in England, argues a new report from the Institute for Government and The King’s Fund.
  • Statement in response to publication of Single Departmental Plans
    23 May 18
    Gavin Freeguard, Programme Director and Head of Data and Transparency at the Institute for Government, responds to today’s publication of the Government’s Single Departmental Plans.
  • Tackling social isolation requires an intergenerational response
    23 May 18
    Whilst recent events have placed emphasis on generational differences– particularly between millennials and older baby-boomers – intergenerational Homeshare schemes are addressing a problem that cuts across the perceived generational divide…




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