The number of council homes that Haringey Council has built since 2010 – in 129 words

We found this question and answer in the agenda papers for the council meeting on 21 July 2014: WRITTEN QUESTION 4 – TO THE CABINET MEMBER FOR HOUSING AND REGENERATION [Cllr Alan Strickland] FROM COUNCILLOR CONNOR: How many Council homes has the Council built since 2010? ANSWER In November 2013, the Cabinet approved a Housing […]

August 11, 2014  Tags: , ,   Posted in: INFORMATION  Comments Closed

Haringey Council, Universal Credit & Unaffordable rents – Update

No family in Haringey should be forced out of their community, if they do not wish to move, due to benefit cuts and an inability to pay rent due to unaffordable rent levels. We demand that landlords reduce rents to affordable levels and the council supports any family wishing to remain in their home by […]

November 11, 2012  Tags: ,   Posted in: INFORMATION  Comments Closed

Haringey housing action success

On Tuesday 16 October, members of Haringey Housing Action Group successfully supported a family facing eviction. Ms T, a member of the group and mother of three, is pregnant and about to be evicted from a private tenancy later in the month, just three days before her baby is due to be born. Ms T […]

October 21, 2012  Tags: , , , ,   Posted in: HHAG ACTIONS, NEWS  Comments Closed

Bring rents down! Lobby the Landlords Forum Thursday 20th Sept

Join us to demand landlords bring rents down and stop discrimination against those on benefits. At the Landlords Forum run by Haringey council Thursday 20th September, 5.30- 6.30pm Outside the Civic Centre, Wood Green, N22 Some landlords have agreed to reduce rent for tenants who have had their benefits cut following negotiations with the Council’s […]

September 18, 2012  Tags: ,   Posted in: HHAG ACTIONS, LOCAL CAMPAIGNS  Comments Closed

Haringey housing company accused of “profiting from poverty”

PRESS RELEASE 12th June 2012 Haringey residents today gathered outside the offices of Smart Housing Group on Tottenham Lane to protest against the company’s attempts to encourage London councils to move homeless residents out of the city, calling on passers-by to contact the company and demand that they withdraw their plans.

June 12, 2012  Tags: ,   Posted in: HHAG ACTIONS, NEWS  Comments Closed