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03
December
2021
| 16:45 Europe/London
Championing small businesses in recovering from the coronavirus pandemic is the aim of a new £500,000 Hackney High Street and Town Centres Fund. The funding is aimed at supporting projects delivered by town centre and high street businesses or
02
December
2021
| 13:34 Europe/London
Homerton’s trial low traffic neighbourhood (LTN) is set to be made permanent, following analysis of traffic data, air quality monitoring, comments from residents and a comprehensive equalities impact assessment. The scheme is part of Hackney Council
01
December
2021
| 12:42 Europe/London
This World AIDS Day, Hackney Council has reinforced its commitment to ending HIV transmission by 2030 and is urging everyone in the borough to unite together in support of the fight against HIV and HIV-related stigma.Supporting the national campaign
30
November
2021
| 16:00 Europe/London
The first of four new automatic air quality monitoring stations has been installed by Hackney Council on Queensbridge Road, in an expansion of its existing air quality monitoring network. Providing live monitoring of nitrogen dioxide and particulate

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01
December
2021
| 12:55 Europe/London
The Children and Young People’s Scrutiny Commission has produced an in-depth review of the position for young people on the verge of permanent exclusion and provision for them following permanent exclusion.Maintained schools in Hackney collectively
29
November
2021
| 16:07 Europe/London
Hackney Council’s Housing Estates include almost 250 green areas, offering verdant oases right across the borough. Places for both wildlife and residents alike to flourish.There are 35 Ground Maintenance staff who lovingly tend these spaces year
29
November
2021
| 15:26 Europe/London
Community stalwart, anti-racism campaigner and former chair of Hackney Homes, Rupert Tyson sadly passed away this month at the age of 87. Born in 1934 in Trinidad and Tobago he moved to the UK in the 1960s aged 26 and was a keen cricketer. On moving
17
November
2021
| 13:00 Europe/London
Cllr Caroline Woodley, Cabinet Member for Families, Early Years, Parks and Play, explains why the Council has paused its children's centre closure proposals: