Joanne Welcomes Good Growth Fund Announcement

In response to the announcement that Enterprising Tottenham High Road in Haringey have been awarded £2,000,000 as part of the Mayor’s Good Growth Fund to alleviate deprivation in the community, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “We’ve had almost a decade of austerity and are at serious risk of seeing poverty and inequality becoming progressively normalised … Continue reading Joanne Welcomes Good Growth Fund Announcement

Haringey Awarded £62m to deliver 848 Council Homes

In response to the Mayor’s announcement that Haringey have been awarded £62,858,000 from his Building Council Homes for Londoners Programme, to deliver 848 council homes, local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “This is great news. With too many local families priced out of the housing market and stuck in temporary accommodation, it has … Continue reading Haringey Awarded £62m to deliver 848 Council Homes

Councils must “take their final chance” to bid for Air Quality funding

Enfield and Haringey Councils are being urged to “take their final chance” to bid for a share of £6 million of Mayoral funding to boost air quality in the borough. Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said that with air pollution leading to the premature deaths of over 9,000 Londoners each year, communities must “use … Continue reading Councils must “take their final chance” to bid for Air Quality funding

Thames Water make commitment to fix A406 problem water main

Local Assembly Member for Enfield & Haringey, Joanne McCartney AM, has welcomed a commitment from Thames Water to replace the main water pipes underneath the A406 Pinkham Way. The pipes which date from Victorian Times, burst nine times in 2016, requiring unplanned works to repair them. Further bursts have also caused disruption this past autumn. … Continue reading Thames Water make commitment to fix A406 problem water main

Hornsey Lane residents to benefit from bus stop move

Residents along Hornsey Lane are celebrating after it was confirmed that an unsafe bus stop will be moved to a safer location. Construction works at Whitehall Park school, where the bus stop was located has left the pavement damaged, making it difficult for elderly residents and people with disabilities to access the stop. Local Assembly … Continue reading Hornsey Lane residents to benefit from bus stop move