Lib Dems force review of controversial £1bn Tottenham regeneration scheme

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Lib Dem opposition councillors have forced a review of the decision by Haringey’s Labour Cabinet to appoint controversial Lendlease as the developer for the £1bn High Road West regeneration scheme to build 2,500 homes. The scheme would see council homes knocked down on the Love Lane Estate and local businesses in the Peacock Industrial Estate displaced.

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Lib Dems call for garden waste rethink

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Your Lib Dem councillors are demanding that Labour-run Haringey Council rethinks their new garden waste charges.

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Highgate Library relocation plans scrapped

Councillor Clive Carter outside Highgate Library

The Liberal Democrats welcome the news that the proposed plans to move Highgate Library into Jackson's Lane Arts Centre have been withdrawn, having been deemed not viable.

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Labour to cut Police Contact Points - Have your say

Hornsey Police Station

The Labour Mayor of London is proposing to make cuts which will affect our local Police service.

The plans set out by Sadiq Khan will mean the closure of the police front counters at Hornsey Police Station and the Fishmonger's Arms on Wood Green High Road, as well as axing the police contact point at Planet Organic in Muswell Hill. This would leave Tottenham as our only remaining Police contact point across the whole of Haringey.

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U-turn on planning application changes

We are pleased to inform you that Haringey Council have had a last-minute change of heart, and reconsidered their decision to stop sending planning application notices to local residents. Notification letters will continue to be posted out until further notice. 

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Notice of planning applications to end

Labour-run Haringey Council is scrapping letters informing local residents about planning applications near their home. 

Previously, residents would normally receive a letter saying that a planning application had been made nearby. From 1 September the Labour-run council will only be sending these letters to ‘directly involved parties’ (usually people within the same building), and not to nearby neighbours and people in the surrounding areas.

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Hornsey Town Hall planning application update

Over the last week we have been busy hand delivering letters (view a copy of it here) to local residents about Hornsey Town Hall and the latest planning application which delivers ZERO affordable or social homes, and no certainty over the final development.

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