£38 million funding pot up for grabs for community-led housing schemes

Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, is calling upon community groups to bid for a share of a new £38 million community-led housing fund, launched by City Hall on Wednesday (16th January). Ms McCartney has praised the scheme and said that it “will put local people at the centre of tackling our housing crisis”. Over … Continue reading £38 million funding pot up for grabs for community-led housing schemes

Early Years programme launched to boost life chances of capital’s kids

Childcare providers in Enfield have been urged to sign-up to the Mayor’s new Healthy Early Years London awards programme, by local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM. The programme, which was launched by the Mayor of London today, is designed to help children whose early years development has been placed at a disadvantage, due to the economic … Continue reading Early Years programme launched to boost life chances of capital’s kids

Joanne Welcomes Mayor’s Stepping Stones Programme Launch

In response to the Mayor’s announcement that Oasis Academy Hadley in Enfield and Heartlands High School in Haringey will receive a portion of his ‘Young Londoners Fund’ to set up a Stepping Stones programme, aimed at helping the most vulnerable local pupils with the transition to secondary school, local London Assembly Member Joanne McCartney AM … Continue reading Joanne Welcomes Mayor’s Stepping Stones Programme Launch

Joanne Welcomes School Air Quality Audit

Welcoming the announcement that Lordship Lane Primary School, Holy Trinity CofE Primary School and Welbourne Primary School in Haringey and Bowes Primary School and Meridian Angel Primary School in Enfield will be included in the Mayor of London’s air quality audit, Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “There is a lot of evidence showing … Continue reading Joanne Welcomes School Air Quality Audit

Joanne McCartney AM celebrates Haringey’s food growing pupils at City Hall

School children from Rokesly Junior School visited City Hall last week to celebrate food growing schools in London. Rokesly Junior School, who were welcomed by Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, took home a prize for the most enterprising product with their pumpkin chutney and marmalade. The Schools Marketplace at City Hall is in … Continue reading Joanne McCartney AM celebrates Haringey’s food growing pupils at City Hall