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A Local football player in the borough has expressed their disappointment and anger that Haringey Council has neglected local pitches so much that many are not useable. Despite Haringey having one of the biggest football clubs in the country, just a short distance from the Spurs ground are football pitches that are so boggy they […]

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Works to improve council homes has been cancelled by the Labour council across the west of Haringey. The decision by Haringey Council follows a legal error by the council. The legal error meant the entire process of selecting a contractor for the works had to been done again. Over a thousand households living in council […]

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Lynne Featherstone MP has today expressed concern over Haringey Council’s strategy for repairing the Borough’s roads – by identifying numerous potholes in a road that the Council deem to be in ‘good condition.’ The MP for Hornsey and Wood Green and the Haringey Lib Dems ran a long campaign, frequently consulting residents on their road surfaces […]

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Lynne Featherstone MP meets with Whittington Board

by Haringey Lib Dems on 16 May, 2013

Local MP Lynne Featherstone, along with Liberal Democrat Councillor David Winskill, has met with Whittington Board members to discuss their public engagement programme, and to ask for updates on their Foundation Trust application. The MP for Hornsey and Wood Green has been pushing the Board to engage fully with the public ever since they announced controversial […]

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A council home in Haringey has been sitting empty for eight months whilst ten thousand families in the borough are waiting for a council home. The property on Beatrice Road, Stroud Green, was vacated by the previous tenant in August of last year and a new tenant won’t be in the property until later this […]

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N8 celebrate! Parcel service petition forces Royal Mail to listen

by Haringey Lib Dems on 11 February, 2013

Great news for everyone who collects undelivered parcels from the Hornsey Delivery Office – Royal Mail have abandoned their plans to close the depot next month and make people travel to Holloway. Thanks to the thousands of residents who signed the Lib Dem parcel office petition, the N8 office will be kept open for a […]

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Highgate parcel collection serviced saved!

by Haringey Lib Dems on 11 February, 2013

Liberal Democrat MP Lynne Featherstone today welcomed Royal Mail’s decision to continue to allow Highgate residents to pick up their parcels for free at the Archway Road Post Office, in response to months of campaigning by the local Liberal Democrats. The Royal Mail representatives, who met with the MP this morning, also confirmed that the […]

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Whittington Hospital is Under Threat – Sign our Petition Today

by Haringey Lib Dems on 31 January, 2013

Lynne Featherstone MP sent this message to her email list regarding the proposed sale of parts of Whittington Hospital. You can sign the petition to ensure no services are lost here. Last week, the Board of the Whittington Hospital announced without warning that they plan to sell off six hospital buildings, including units for women’s health and NHS […]

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MP Lynne Featherstone and Haringey Liberal Democrats are calling on even more residents to support a petition to keep parcel collection services local. Currently, residents can collect undelivered parcels at local office and collection points in Hornsey, Highgate and at the Arena on Green Lanes. As part of their reorganisation, however, Royal Mail plans to […]

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No Christmas cheer for Stroud Green

by Haringey Lib Dems on 30 November, 2012

There will be no Christmas lights on Stroud Green Road this year after Islington Council and Haringey Council both refused to find the money to fund the festive display. Stroud Green Road is split between the two Labour-run boroughs with half the road in Haringey and the other half in Islington. In previous years Islington […]

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