Labour votes against Lib Dem call to stop the HDV

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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

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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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Lib Dems welcome Labour’s NEC backing to Stop the HDV

Altair Close, Northumberland Park, Tottenham

Haringey Liberal Democrats have welcomed the news this week that Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC) has backed their actions to stop the controversial Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV) and are urging Labour councillors in Haringey to do the same.

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Liberal Democrats call for vote to Stop the HDV

 Kenneth Robbins House, Northumberland Park

Haringey Liberal Democrats have thrown down the gauntlet to Labour councillors, urging them to “stand up for their principles” after it emerged last week that, in a secret party meeting, 22 sitting Labour councillors refused to back controversial plans to sell off Council homes across the borough.

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800 homes across Haringey left empty

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800 homes in Haringey have been left empty for six months or more, with over 190 vacant for greater than two years, research by the Liberal Democrats has revealed. 

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Clucking ridiculous! - Chicken restaurant given £340k by Labour Council collapses

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A fried chicken restaurant in Tottenham, which received £340,000 in public money has closed. The Chicken Town businesses was given £340,000 in loans and grants by Labour-run Haringey Council over 2 years. Thus far there is no sign any of the money has been repaid to the council.

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Hornsey Town Hall - Labour approve planning application

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Last night Haringey's Labour councillors showed their contempt for local residents, and voted to approve the planning application for Hornsey Town Hall by the Cayman Islands-based company Far East Consortium.

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