Take one square mile in Tottenham’s N17 and you’ll find the richest mix of people in London. In that one square mile, you’ll meet people who have travelled from far and wide alongside others who grew up just round the corner. From the Caribbean, Cameroon and Cardiff, Sri Lanka, Ireland, Uganda, Poland, Côte d’Ivoire, from Read More…
Lobby the Cabinet 5.30pm Tuesday 16 January Haringey Civic Centre – The deselected Council leaders want to adopt a Wood Green Area Action Plan to demolish the Sky City and Page High estates (300 housing association homes), and push through social cleansing by building 6,400 unaffordable homes in the area. Their promises to tenants have Read More…
The selection of a majority of Labour Party Council Candidates who oppose the HDV for the May Elections in 2018 means that the current Labour Administration has no mandate to proceed with the HDV. We will be bringing this message to Members at the Council meeting. Council Trade Unions will also be lobbying the Council Read More…
Residents of Northumberland Park estate and surrounding areas came to discuss the Council’s demolition proposals for their estate with StopHDV and Defend Council Housing activists, a Councillor and others. Among the issues discussed were tenant and leaseholder rights, the legal case against the HDV, the “right to return”, the nature of Lendlease as a developer, questions to be put to councillors, the Residents Association, what is happening in the Labour Party to deselect pro-HDV councillors, the need for consultation followed by a ballot on the scheme and other concerns.
Organised by Northumberland Park Decides and StopHDV
Question and Answer session to answer residents’ questions about the HDV and the Council’s plans for the estate.
St Paul’s Church, 60 Park Lane, London N17
7.00pm to 9.00pm – Thursday 16 November
Members of the campaign will be on hand to give the facts and answer questions
The Labour Parties in Hornsey & Wood Green and Tottenham are selecting their candidates for next May’s Council elections. Opponents of the HDV have displaced the Chief Whip and other pro-HDV councillors. The outcome could dramatically alter the balance of support for the HDV on the Council after next May. Latest news on selections here
The Judicial Review on the Haringey Development Vehicle takes place in the High Court , Royal Courts of Justice, The Strand, London WC2A 2LL on 25 and 26 October, we hope supporters can come and join us in demonstrating support from 9 to 10 am particularly on the first day 25 October. There will also be some public seating from 10 am.
The challenge is to Haringey Council setting up a supposedly 50/50 partnership with the Australian multi-national corporation, Lendlease,