News releases

15
March
2019
Local people will be able to pick up great quality and affordable second-hand bikes at a series of pop-up markets hitting the borough this month. The markets, which are supported by the Council and run by cycling organisation Peddle My Wheels,
14
March
2019
A pioneering Council service that uses speech and language therapy to help young people navigate the justice system has been recognised with a national quality mark. Based within the Council’s youth justice team, the service uses speech and
13
March
2019
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, has responded to the Chancellor's Spring Statement: "Once again, the Chancellor in his Spring Statement spectacularly fails to address the challenges austerity continues to create for Hackney and
13
March
2019
Creative businesses who have made Hackney Wick their home will have more protection and support to stay in the area after new planning rules by Hackney Council and the London Legacy Development Corporation were approved. Under joint plans given

News blog

27
February
2019
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, responds to the announcement that the trade unions have withdrawn their support for the ongoing independent investigation into allegations of bullying and discrimination.
24
January
2019
The Council operates the outdoor Ridley Road street market and we have pledged to protect and improve it. It is an essential, diverse and historic part of Dalston’s culture, and we are determined to be a champion for it. Last month, we announced
24
January
2019
The Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, explains the financial challenges facing the Council and looks ahead to the 2019/20 budget: As councils across the country finalise their budgets for the upcoming financial year, you will once again be