Public pack Lib Dem’s meeting on Labour privatisation plans

On Monday evening (6th Feb) Haringey Liberal Democrats held a public meeting on plans by Haringey's Labour Cabinet to privatise £2bn worth of council homes and public land across the borough by putting it into a company jointly owned with a developer. The packed meeting at St Mary’s Infant School in Hornsey was attended by a large crowd of concerned residents.

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Concerns: recommended bidder for Haringey's controversial regeneration plans

Local Lib Dem councillors have expressed concerns after it was revealed that Labour-run Haringey Council are recommending Lendlease as the developer who will own £2bn of what is now public property, in a company jointly owned with the council. The Labour-run council plan on using the company to rebuild estates and build new homes.

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Lib Dems in bid to stop Labour’s library cuts

Local Lib Dem councillors have announced their intention to put forward a budget amendment to reverse Labour’s cuts to local library services.

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Labour-run Haringey Council to spend up to £45k on trip to Cannes

Haringey Lib Dems have discovered that Labour-run Haringey Council plan to spend up to £45,000 of taxpayers’ money on a trip to a property conference in Cannes (MIPIM 2017).

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Lib Dems to hold public meeting on Labour privatisation plans

The Local Liberal Democrats have announced they will hold a public meeting on plans by Haringey's Labour Cabinet to privatise £2bn worth of council homes and public land across the borough. The homes and land are due to be transferred into the Haringey Development Vehicle, a company jointly owned by Haringey Council and a developer.

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Lib Dems welcome Supreme Court judgement on Brexit case

The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that the Conservative Government must introduce a bill in parliament to trigger Article 50 and the process of leaving the EU.

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Lib Dems oppose Labour’s library cuts in Haringey

Lib Dem councillors in Haringey have said they will oppose cuts to Library services put forward by the local Labour administration.

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