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30
June
2016
The Mayor of Hackney, Jules Pipe CBE, has announced that he will be resigning from his position next month, after being appointed Deputy Mayor of London for Planning, Regeneration and Skills. Mayor Pipe has represented Hackney for 20 years, first ...
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29
June
2016
Hackney was out and proud at this year’s pride parade, supporting LBGT+ communities in the borough and beyond, but the support won’t stop there, as this year the magnificent Stik banner produced for the event will go on auction to fund LGBT+ ...
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27
June
2016
School children from across the borough learnt about refugees at an interactive workshop at Hackney Museum as part of national Refugee Week. The pupils listened to the stories of people who came to the borough as children from across the world after ...
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27
June
2016
Applications for Hackney’s A Place for Everyone Main Grant Programme 2017/18 will open this week at midday on 29 June. Voluntary and community groups can apply for grants of £5,000 - £30,000 for initiatives that will be delivered between April ...
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30
June
2016
There have been a couple of media reports about Shuttleworth Hotel, temporary accommodation used by Hackney Council and several other local authorities, following the death of a resident. Cllr Philip Glanville, Deputy Mayor of Hackney, responds ...
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25
May
2016
1) The last grazing stop for animals, was at Broadway Market, before their drovers herded them through London to Smithfield wholesale meat market in the City of London ...
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19
April
2016
In response to questions about a recent draft report produced by the Community Safety and Social Inclusion Scrutiny Commission, Hackney Council has clarified its position regarding Public Space Protection Orders. A spokesperson said: “We’ve ...
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14
April
2016
Jules Pipe, Mayor of Hackney, said: “The developer’s proposals would have destroyed the heart of Shoreditch, cast a shadow over hundreds of nearby homes and businesses, done nothing to address London’s housing crisis, stifled the growth of Tech ...
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