Newsroom (philip glanville)
2017
21
Apr
2017
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One month left to have your say on London’s housing crisis

21
Apr
2017
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Construction starts on latest Hackney Council housing

28
Mar
2017
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New hostel to support homelessness system ‘at breaking point’

27
Mar
2017
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Tackling London’s housing crisis – have your say

23
Feb
2017
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New ambulance station for ‘lifesaving’ volunteer group

14
Feb
2017
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Response to Sisters Uncut protest

12
Jan
2017
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Landmark £200m Nightingale Estate regeneration given green light

2016
09
Dec
2016
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Winter festival makes Woodberry Down sparkle

30
Nov
2016
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Mayor responds to open letter regarding Hackney Today

22
Nov
2016
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Scrapping of Pay to Stay ‘a victory for working families’, says Hackney Council

04
Nov
2016
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Regeneration fit for Royalty

04
Nov
2016
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Government must delay ‘shambles’ Pay to Stay

06
Oct
2016
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Derelict pub site to become affordable housing

26
Sep
2016
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New Mayoral appointments put housing at the heart of Hackney’s agenda

21
Sep
2016
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Mayor Glanville announces his Cabinet team

20
Sep
2016
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Families could save thousands as Hackney commits to London Living Rent

16
Sep
2016
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Philip Glanville elected Mayor of Hackney

29
Jul
2016
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Regeneration of iconic Nightingale Estate moves a step closer to completion

29
Jul
2016
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Act now to protect private renters, Hackney tells new minister

28
Jul
2016
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Display fees clearly or face action, letting agents warned

19
Jul
2016
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Hundreds of new homes in Council building programme

18
Jul
2016
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Ban for bodged garage conversion that put tenants at risk

30
Jun
2016
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Deputy Mayor's response to media reports about Shuttleworth Hotel

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