Oct 192018
Wards Corner - Save Latin Village - Meeting 29th October

Meeting to defend Latin Village The market at Wards Corner is a vital community hub for Latin American Londoners. It has been under threat for over 10 years. The Secretary of State is currently considering CPO powers which will potentially allow the developer, Grainger plc, to assemble the final land to begin development. Meanwhile there Read More…

Give Love Lane residents the homes they need!

 Posted by on 19th October 2018
Oct 192018
Give Love Lane residents the homes they need!

Standing in the shadow of the new Spurs stadium, the High Road West development is reportedly worth £1 billion. And just like the larger Haringey Development Vehicle, which has now been scrapped, it has been awarded to the global developer Lendlease. This is a blatant gentrification scheme. The Equality Impact Assessment makes no mention of Read More…

Oct 192018
StopHDV continues to fight social cleansing in Haringey!

A meeting of the StopHDV organising group on 18 October 2018 decided to continue to organise to monitor housing development and regeneration in Haringey, and to take action as necessary to fight social cleansing and defend social housing and community resources in the borough. Despite having defeated the HDV (a great success!) there remain unfinished Read More…

Aug 222018
HDV R.I.P - Party to celebrate the end of the HDV

On 17 July Haringey Council decided not to continue with the Haringey Development Vehicle (HDV). This is a huge victory for housing campaigners in Haringey and across London. The battle for social housing continues, but come and celebrate this victory with us. All supporters welcome. Free entry. Music from DJ Steve Party to Celebrate the Read More…

Jul 112018
Bury the HDV! Celebrate our win! Defend Local Democracy!

The HDV is ended despite letters (copy here) from Lendlease warning it not to infringe their rights, and claiming that ‘it is not open to the council to attempt to abandon the procurement in which Lendlease was selected and then confirmed as the preferred bidder’ & “if the Cabinet attempts to reverse our appointment as Read More…

Jun 222018
Broadwater Farm - Lobby of Cabinet Tuesday 26 June 5.30pm

On Monday 18 June, Homes for Haringey started visiting residents at Broadwater Farm to update them on structural issues affecting their estate. Letters have been delivered to residents explaining recommended measures for specific blocks, including a consultation with Northolt and Tangmere residents on the future of their blocks following structural reports. Homes for Haringey is Read More…

StopHDV Strategy Meeting 5 June 2018

 Posted by on 28th May 2018
May 282018
StopHDV Strategy Meeting 5 June 2018

It has been a while since we’ve had a strategy meeting, and we now have an urgent need to discuss whats happening with the new council and how to make sure the HDV is dead and any offspring of it are opposed. A new Labour Group have been elected and they in turn have elected Read More…

Apr 102018
Election Hustings - Save Latin Village & StopHDV

Come and question candidates from parties standing for election to Haringey Council  Save Latin Village & StopHDV Hustings meeting Monday 23 April 2018 7.30pm  Zumbale, 263 High Road, Tottenham, N15 4RR So far the candidates who have agreed to be part of the panel for questions are: Raymundo Obedencio – Green Party Candidate, Bruce Grove Read More…

Apr 042018

StopHDV urges all our supporters to support the Save Latin Village crowdfunder for their legal action     This was once North London’s classiest department store, but since the 1980’s it has had a new life, as a thriving market and collection of shops where every day is a joyful celebration of London’s diversity. At Read More…

Mar 052018
Please support our crowdfunder to fund stopHDV's appeal to the court of appeal

The appeal to the High Court is being launched by Gordon Peters, aboutHaringey Council’s plan to transfer all publicly owned property portfolio to a private company, called the Haringey Development Vehicle – or HDV.  The financial risk is immense – potentially £2 Billion – and is on a scale unparalleled in any other Local Authority in the Read More…