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Tag: council

  PAVEMENT dining and outdoor pint licences will continue for another year in England as part of a government plan to get hospitality back on its feet. Hospitality has been one of the hardest-hit sectors during Covid but rebounded strongly in recent months. But the industry is still facing challenges...
21.07.2021
Traffic wardens fined 1,300 motorists in Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole as tourists flocked to the seaside for the hottest weekend of the year. Cars were spotted on grass verges, pavements and double yellow lines as drivers struggled to find parking spaces close to the beaches. The penalty notices are £70,...
20.07.2021
Duygu Agac the mother of baby Ali who fell to his death from a “faulty” window in their flat at Stellar House in Tottenham spoke with the  London Evening Standard. Saying “He was a wonderful boy… I am heartbroken.” explaining that she had had previously reported concerns about the window handle to...
04.11.2019
By Cihan Şenlik IN a show of unity a new bond has been created with the UK and Turkey, Enfield council and Marmaris Council will become sister councils. One of Turkey’s most important tourism addresses in Marmaris has joined together with Enfield council which is home to one of the...
20.09.2019
ISLINGTON is the first London borough to ban the sale of real fur in its markets after the council decided to tackle the “cruel and awful” industry. It will be illegal for traders in Chapel, Exmouth, Camden Passage and Whitecross Street markets from 1 January 2020. Islington is the second...
11.09.2019
Haringey council has reported that if the UK leaves the EU without a deal there could be a rise in hate crime and public disorder. The council’s Brexit risk register says public disorder as people protest against Brexit and its effects could be “severe” in a no-deal scenario, although it...
04.09.2019
A group called Meridian for Council Homes (M4CH) had its first meeting at Broad House in Edmonton at the end of July, with dozens of residents attending to hear the groups concerns and projects regarding their campaign for ‘Meridian for Council Homes’. The group shared information, in particular, the statistics...
15.08.2019
On Friday night (2 August) a vigil was held for Mustafa also known as Musa a homeless man who died at a Stoke Newington bus stop where he had been living at for the past few months. Over 100 people gather at the vigil to remember Musa with flower, messages,...
07.08.2019
Hasan Misir the owner of Charlies Casual Wear in Tottenham has been fined £1260 after being found guilty of 11 charges against the shop. Haringey Council enforcement officers caught the store selling counterfeit clothing. When Misir failed to make the proper enquired the chargers were bought against the shop and...
02.08.2019
Council tenant Toby Harman, 37, created the fake identity “Lara” on Airbnb to rent out his studio apartment in central London. Harman has been fined £100,000 and evicted from the property. The flat, in Victoria, had been advertised since 2013 and received more than 300 reviews, Westminster City Council said. Anti-fraud software...
30.07.2019
The owner of an Edmonton furniture store was prosecuted by Enfield Council for selling potentially lethal sofas after he repeatedly refused to produce vital safety documentation. Fehti Muftu, 48, of York Road, Edmonton, denied, but was found guilty at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court guilty of offences under Regulation 7 (3)...
12.07.2019
NEARLY 400 homes would be built or refurbished in the last phase of Hackney Council’s award-winning regeneration of Stoke Newington’s Kings Crescent Estate under plans submitted this week. Subject to planning permission, the proposals would see 219 new homes built directly by the Council and 174 existing homes upgraded – with more...
21.06.2019
THE new project aims to create a greener, more pleasant environment for local people, with improvements for pedestrians, and a convenient, safer, and direct Cycleway for cyclists of all abilities. The proposals would improve safety in line with Vision Zero, which aims to eliminate all deaths and serious injuries from...
20.06.2019
“SMART” traffic cameras capable of monitoring air pollution and catching “banned” lorries are to be rolled out in Islington to fight toxic air. It is understood to be the first London borough to install the sophisticated “smart CCTV” roadside cameras, at a cost of £4.5 million. A report released by the council reveals it expects...
14.06.2019
Hackney Council has won a national prize for school leaver employment in the public sector for the second year in a row. Based on direct feedback from apprentices employed by the Council, the award was announced at the seventh annual School Leaver Awards 2019 held at Grosvenor House, Park Lane....
05.06.2019
More than 100 residents attended a drop in session in Edmonton on Saturday to find out more about Meridian Water and learn more about the progress Enfield Council is making on the £6bn scheme. Enfield Council Leader Nesil Caliskan, outlined her vision for the project, which will deliver 10,000 homes and...
24.05.2019
On Tuesday 20 May Mayor Cllr Sheila Peacock returns for her fourth stint as Mayor, over her 25 years so far on the council. Along with Cllr Dana Carlin, who represents Hornsey ward as the Deputy Mayor. She takes over the role from Cllr Gina Adamou, who has spent the...
22.05.2019
In the young parliamentary elections held in Westminster city council, Civan Terbas was elected as the “Young MP”. Every year in the UK parliament is elected by young people between 11 and 18 years old. Young people’s vote among themselves in the elections this year, 1800 people voted. This year...
17.05.2019