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17
July
2017
A new commitment to supporting Hackney’s 32,000 private renting households begins today as Hackney Council launches its Better Renting campaign with a fortnight of action to promote a fairer private renting system. With two in three ...
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17
July
2017
Headteachers and governors across Hackney have joined council leaders to call on the Government to halt plans to cut more than £25 million from the borough’s schools. The letter to the Secretary of State for Education, Justine ...
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12
July
2017
Hackney Council’s innovative redevelopment of the Tower Court estate in Stamford Hill was recognised with a prestigious Project Award at the Housing Design Awards 2017. The project, designed by Adam Khan Architects in collaboration with muf ...
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12
July
2017
In the last decade over 25,000 young people have proved you don’t need to compete against others to be a winner, through the Council’s annual Personal Bests. This year over 2,000 Hackney children took part to beat their own personal ...
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19
June
2017
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, and Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Enforcement, Cllr Caroline Selman, have responded in a joint statement to last night’s tragic events in Finsbury Park in Islington, just by Hackney’s ...
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14
June
2017
A joint statement from the Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, and Cabinet Member for Housing, Cllr Clayeon McKenzie, following the Grenfell Tower fire and the measures Hackney Council is taking to keep residents and estates safe.
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06
June
2017
After leading the borough in remembering those who died in Saturday's terrorist attack, the Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville has called on residents to come together to protect all that is special about London - and Hackney.  
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06
April
2017
The threat to the funding of Hackney schools, and the current proposals for the re-introduction of grammar schools and forced academisation of other schools, pose a threat to the hard-won successes of Hackney’s schools. Hackney’s Deputy ...
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