News releases

11
November
2019
| 16:33 Europe/London
In celebration of Living Wage Week from 11-17 November, Hackney Council has raised the Living Wage flag over Hackney Town Hall and will host a business breakfast on Thursday 14 November to commend employers committed to paying the London Living Wage
09
November
2019
| 00:01 Europe/London
Following a motion passed by Hackney Council over a year ago, to increase awareness and action on rare and less common cancers, work has been ongoing to increase understanding and action from health professionals to improve outcomes for patients in
07
November
2019
| 17:54 Europe/London
People in Hackney are being encouraged to check their drinking levels during Alcohol Awareness Week 2019, (11-17 November), to ensure they are consuming alcohol at low risk levels that minimise the risks to their health, wellbeing and personal
06
November
2019
| 21:59 Europe/London
Nearly 400 homes will be built or refurbished on Stoke Newington’s Kings Crescent Estate as part of Hackney Council’s programme to tackle the housing crisis after plans were approved. Under proposals unanimously approved by the Council’s Planning

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09
October
2019
| 11:07 Europe/London
The Council worked through the night to support those affected by the flood in N4.  All of those displaced by the flood were provided with alternative accommodation by Thames Water, with support from the Council, but the rest centre remained open
08
October
2019
| 19:32 Europe/London
The Council will continue to work through the night to support residents affected by the burst water main in N4. As soon as the water subsides we will assess any damage and have a team out to clean and clear the affected streets.  Council staff
01
October
2019
| 14:34 Europe/London
Cllr Guy Nicholson, Cabinet Member for Planning, Culture and Inclusive Economy, responds to recent media coverage on Hackney Walk.
20
September
2019
| 16:04 Europe/London
Mayor of Hackney, Philip Glanville, and Cllr Jon Burke, Cabinet Member for Energy, Waste, Transport and Public Realm, welcomed climate strikers to Hackney Today Hall today.