Hornsey Town Hall - Labour approve planning application


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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Lib Dems arrange public meeting with Haringey Police on moped-related crime


Your Liberal Democrat team have organised a public meeting between residents and Haringey Police to discuss the recent increase in crime locally.

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An open letter to Mayor Sadiq Khan on Moped Crime

Lib Dem Councillor for Highgate - Liz Morris, has written an open letter to Mayor Sadiq Khan asking how he is going to tackle the increase in violent moped crime in London. You can read the letter which is reproduced in full below.

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Haringey Council respond on new garden waste charges


In September I sent five key questions to the Labour-run Council about their new garden waste charges. The council failed to answer my questions in the required 10 days. Having escalated this issue, I am now able to confirm their delayed reply to my queries, which I include below.

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Lib Dems respond to Hornsey Town Hall planning amendment

Hornsey Town Hall - Crouch End

I was shocked to read that Labour-run council are prepared to underwrite the £3.5m cost of 11 affordable homes on the new development at the back of Hornsey Town Hall and haven’t insisted the wealthy developer FEC provides them.

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Councillors win bus stop battle!

Lib Dem Cllr Gail Engert, Cranley Dene Residents Wally Austin and Doreen Austin at the new bus stop on Muswell Hill Road, N10

For over a year, Lib Dem councillors have been campaigning for the Cranley Gardens Bus Stop (towards Archway) on Muswell Hill Road to be moved, as local people in wheelchairs were unable to use this stop. Recently the council and Transport for London have listened to the Lib Dems calls and moved the stop.

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Labour-run Haringey replaced just 1 council home sold under Right-to-Buy in 2 years

 Lib Dem campaigners and councillors campaigning with Caroline Pidgeon AM for more council homes to be built

Labour-run Haringey Council replaced just one council home sold off under Right-to-Buy since 2015, analysis by the Liberal Democrats has revealed. Haringey had the sixth worst record in London. The Labour-run authority only replaced one of the 297 homes bought by council tenants under the Right-to-Buy scheme between April 2015 and March 2017.

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