The histories, cultures and languages of Gypsy Roma Traveller communities will be celebrated throughout June with a series of great FREE events.
We will shortly be holding an election for a resident from the Stoke Newington neighbourhood to join the Board.
Most fires at home start accidentally. That is why it is important to carry out simple safety checks that can help prevent and protect you from fire.
The government has proposed a series of major changes to welfare benefits including housing benefit, council tax benefit, and other social security benefits. Click the link below for more information on what the benefit changes mean for you.
In most cases, estates and high-rise properties are provided with two large bins: one for paper, newspapers and magazines, and telephone directories, and one for all other recyclable materials.
There are many ways to report anti - social behaviour (asb). You can report asb to your local neighbourhood office, via our out of hours number on 0208 356 3310, 24 hours a day, seven days a week or using our online database.