Electric charging points were left switched off for months

Electric vehicle charging points installed over the Summer by Source London were not turned on until the issue was brought to the council’s attention by Cllr Luke Cawley-Harrison (LD-Crouch End) in mid October.

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Drainage Works completed at O.R. Tambo Rec

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Following years of campaigning by Alexandra Park Liberal Democrats, Haringey Council have completed drainage works to help resolve flooding issues at O.R. Tambo Rec (formerly Albert Rec), including in the children’s playground.

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Solar panels not working on a quarter of council buildings

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Questioning by the Liberal Democrats has revealed that solar panels are not currently functional at a quarter of council sites, and that panels at Hornsey Library, installed in October 2020, have only been switched on for the first time this week after the matter was escalated to senior officers.

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Lifts to be installed at Alexandra Palace Station

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After years of campaigning from local Liberal Democrats, Network Rail have agreed to install lifts at Alexandra Palace Station. A contractor is currently being procured, and is expected to be in place by March 2023, with construction beginning in 2024.

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Drainage works on O.R. Tambo Rec to begin

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After years of campaigning by Alexandra Park Liberal Democrats, Haringey Council have agreed to start drainage works to help resolve flooding issues at O.R. Tambo Rec (formerly Albert Rec), including in the children’s playground.

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Government must cancel October energy price rise to save families in Haringey £187,947,196

Haringey's Liberal Democrats have called on the Government to spare families from soaring energy bills by cancelling October’s price cap increase, accusing the Conservatives of “stalling in the face of a national emergency”.

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Council must refund £40k of waste fines

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Questions from the Liberal Democrats have revealed that Haringey Council must return £42,920 to residents after it incorrectly fined them for fly tipping. This represents 191 individual fines.

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