News releases

11
December
2019
| 16:11 Europe/London
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 year, we announced
05
December
2019
| 18:25 Europe/London
Hackney Council is set to be the first local authority in the country to replace on-street car parking spaces with dedicated bays for dockless bikes as it installs over 80 in the coming months.  The bays are being installed after the Council
03
December
2019
| 11:14 Europe/London
Residents, Council staff and Councillors will have the opportunity to make the borough more accessible, as part of the next phase of the Council’s Hackney Access for Everyone scheme. Poor lighting, a lack of signage, level access or unsuitable
02
December
2019
| 16:55 Europe/London
Shoppers in Hackney will benefit from big discounts and special offers from over 60 small businesses on 7 December thanks to the launch of Hackney Council’s new Small Business Saturday business directory. Offers range from discounted homeware,

News blog

06
December
2019
| 17:19 Europe/London
Following the death of a man in Clarence Mews on Thursday 5 December, the Mayor of Hackney Philip Glanville and Cabinet Member for Community Safety Cllr Caroline Selman have issued the following statement: We were extremely saddened to hear that
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.