Haringey Lib Dems choose new leadership team


Liz Morris and Josh Dixon are the new Leader and Deputy Leader of Haringey Liberal Democrats.

Haringey Liberal Democrats have announced their new Leader and Deputy Leader following their Annual General Meeting on Wednesday night (16th May).

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Liberal Democrats set out vision for building a better Haringey in local manifesto


Haringey Liberal Democrats are today publishing their manifesto ahead of the local elections on May 3rd. The document sets out a comprehensive programme for improving the services the London Borough of Haringey provides to its residents, and an alternative to the chaos caused by a divided and scandal ridden Labour Party.

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Consultation deadline iminent for proposed amendments to on street parking permits

Active holders of parking permits in Haringey will have recently received an email about proposed changes by the Labour-run council to on street parking permits and charges, that will see an increase in visitor parking costs of over 125%, with carers potentially having to pay an additional £100 to park.

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Haringey Liberal Democrats condemn parking permit price hike for hard working carers in the borough

Haringey Lib Dems condemning parking permit rise for carers

Haringey Liberal Democrats have called for carers to be spared from hikes in the price of parking permits.

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Crouch End Lib Dems object to Parking Permit changes


Following the announcement of proposed changed to permit parking across Haringey, your Crouch End Lib Dem team have sent the following objections to the council traffic team:

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Labour votes against Lib Dem call to stop the HDV


Haringey Labour councillors failed to take an opportunity to stop the controversial Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) at an extraordinary meeting called by the Haringey Liberal Democrats last night.

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Haringey Lib Dems announce £148 million housing pledge

Photo of houses being constructed

Haringey Liberal Democrats have announced a new flagship policy to deliver council and affordable housing if elected in the local elections on 3rd May 2018.

The proposal would see a 100% council-owned housing company created to invest an initial £148m into building new council and affordable homes, without handing over any public assets to a third party. The council-run company would encourage investment and development in the borough, and give housing priority to Haringey residents rather than to the highest bidder.

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