Call for action on falling masonry

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After falling masonry on Topsfield Parade in Crouch End almost hit diners seated outside a restaurant, Liberal Democrat councillors have called for action. Falling masonry is most prevalent after wet winters and springs, and has previously been a problem in Crouch End, Muswell Hill and Green Lanes.

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Dysfunction continues as Haringey Labour oust Council Leader

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The Leader of Haringey Council has been ousted in a private meeting of the Labour group.

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Refunds secured for Haringey Leaseholders after two year ordeal

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After almost a year of sustained pressure from Liberal Democrat councillors in Haringey, refunds will be offered to leaseholders who shelled out thousands of pounds to Homes for Haringey for new fire doors, only to never see them materialise.

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Lib Dems write letter regarding Harris Academy

The Liberal Democrats have written to the council regarding problems at Harris Academy.

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Council hid asbestos results from leaseholders

Evidence has come to light that Haringey Council failed to release results of asbestos surveys to leasehold residents of properties where Homes for Haringey is the freeholder for over a year. 

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Zero no-idling fines given out in Haringey

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Research by the Liberal Democrats has uncovered that Haringey Council has not issued a single penalty notice for idling vehicles since the policy was brought in. The policy, which was introduced in late 2019, states that penalties of £20 – rising to £40 if not paid within 28 days – will be issued to drivers in Haringey who refuse to turn off their engines when told to do so by an enforcement officer.

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Lib Dems secure new air quality monitoring on Muswell Hill

After sustained pressure from local Lib Dem councillors, Haringey Council has agreed to put a new air quality monitoring station near Muswell Hill roundabout. Initial plans presented to councillors included sites such as a quiet residential road in Highgate, but omitted some areas where air quality was expected to be worse.  

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