Daily Archives: 13/09/2017
Graphic detail of the death of Romanian Marian Nemit, 21, was revealed at the inquest in Walthamstow yesterday. Marian died after a wall collapsed on him working on a shop conversion job at the 844 Leyton High Rd, Leyton, E10 on 14 April 2015. Continue reading
Fly-tippers who litter local streets, parks and neighbourhoods have been warned that they are Waltham Forest’s Public Enemy Number One. To read more click here. If you have any comments to make on this story please email us: email@example.com
A Leytonstone landlord has been prosecuted and ordered to repay over £5,000 to his tenants for renting an unlicensed House of Multiple Occupancy (HMO). Click here to read more. If you have any comments you would like to make about this housing story email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Due tow ork being carried out in the reception area the building will be closed to the public, reopening on Wednesday at 1pm. Work will continue for several weeks which will cause some disruption. If members need urgent assistance regarding housing or homelessness on these days they can call Customer Service on 0208 496 3000.
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Sexual Health Week takes place 11 to 17 September and a series of events, workshops and drop-ins in Waltham Forest will address this year’s theme of pornography. Please click here to read more and if you have anything you would like to say about these sessions/events please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Last July, the council took proposals to Cabinet setting out its vision and people’s aspirations for libraries and the potential for community involvement in the future. Following feedback from the local community and users of Hale End library it was agreed last year that plans to move Hale End library would not be considered in the consultation, which began in September 2016 and ran to January 2017. Click here to read more and if you would like to let us know your thoughts email email@example.com
Waltham Forest has been formally twinned with Antigua and Barbuda and Dominica since 1999. Please click here to read more about the appeal fund and make a donation.
Statement from Cllr Clare Coghill, Leader of Waltham Forest Council, on the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill......
“Parliament is currently debating the European Union Bill and it is important we offer reassurances to EU nationals in the borough…” Please click here to read more. If you have any comments you would like to make on this statement please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday’s Housing Summit held at Waltham Forest Town Hall was glossy materials and slick presentations which boiled down to a series of sales pitches. “Choose my company to be the council’s partner to build homes” or “Let my outfit profit from your residents’ needs” was the real motive for holding and attending the event.
Linda Taaffe of Waltham Forest Trades Council intervened at the summit saying: “These private companies are not addressing the needs of the thousands of people registered in housing need, or even those who live in need but don’t see any point in registering. The market will not solve the problems. Housing is a social need. We need thousands of council homes at social rent.” Continue reading
Keep Trump out of Latin America – Solidarity with Venezuela Against US Sanctions & Threats of Military Intervention!
10.00am (registration 9.30am,) Saturday October 7 2017, Discus Room, Unite House, 128 Theobalds Road, London, WC1X 8TN (Tube: Holborn) Continue reading