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Halloween and Bonfire Safety Advice

Published on Tuesday, 21 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Young people are being warned to take sensible precautions into the run up to Halloween and Bonfire night to make sure they have fun and stay safe.

Jobs

Come to the Career, Jobs & Training Fair

Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 in Business and licensing news

Residents are invited to attend a special Career, Jobs and Training Fair sponsored by Enfield Council on the 7 November.

Enfield Council climbs in Good Food for London table

Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 in Leisure, culture and tourism news

The Good Food for London Report has just been issued, and its great news for Enfield Council as the authority has increased its ranking by points awarded from 4.5 in 2013 to 6.5 this year, and is currently ranked 7th out of the 32 London boroughs.

Street Trader fined for car sales

Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

A used car salesman who was trading from a residential street was ordered to pay fines and costs of £720 after he was prosecuted by Enfield Council.

Bumper payday for Credit Union

Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 in Community Safety and Emergency Planning news

The Enfield Credit Union has enjoyed a bumper payday, thanks to Enfield Council who presented them with a cheque for £1,000.

Enfield Council to rule on £1.5 billion development

Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 in Planning, property and land news

Enfield Council will decide at its meeting on Wednesday (22 October) whether to forge ahead with the first phase of the £1.5 billion eco-development Meridian Water which will provide thousands of homes and jobs when completed.

Cabinet to decide on 50th birthday celebrations for Enfield

Published on Monday, 20 October 2014 in Your Council news

Enfield Council’s Cabinet will decide at its meeting on Wednesday (22 October) whether to endorse a campaign celebrating the borough as a great place to live, visit, do business and study.

Pair pay the price for spitting

Published on Friday, 17 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Two men have been ordered to pay out a total of £740 after they were convicted of spitting in the street after they were prosecuted by Enfield Council.

Free parking pilot scheme launched

Published on Friday, 17 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

A pilot scheme offering drivers 15 minutes free parking at five of the borough’s town centres has been launched by Enfield Council.

Street Trader fined for car sales

Published on Friday, 17 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

A used car salesman who was trading from a residential street in Enfield was ordered to pay fines and costs of £720 after he was prosecuted by Enfield Council.

Son pays the price for blue badge fraud

Published on Thursday, 16 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

A BMW driver who repeatedly used his mother’s disabled blue badge to park outside a pub has been ordered to pay £1,600 by magistrates.

Cllr Sitkin

World Food Day celebrated in Enfield

Published on Thursday, 16 October 2014 in Leisure, culture and tourism news

Today (Thursday 16th October) is World Food Day, and to mark the event Cllr Alan Sitkin, Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Economic Development went to Forty Hall Farm to see for himself the success of the Enfield Veg Company.

KRATOS members are exceptional

Published on Thursday, 16 October 2014 in Children, young people and learning news

Taking the name KRATOS, which is Greek for power, members of Enfield’s ‘Children in Care’ Council have certainly used their muscle to influence the recruitment and selection of foster carers and soci

Declutter ahead of Christmas

Published on Tuesday, 14 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Residents are being encouraged to de-clutter their homes in the run up to Christmas and pick up some fantastic free stuff while helping to boost recycling rates at an event on 25 October.

Fairtrade

Enfield celebrates regaining Fairtrade status

Published on Monday, 13 October 2014 in Your Council news

Enfield Council announced this week that it has been officially reaccredited as a Fairtrade Borough, the council first became Fairtrade friendly in 2008, and has been supporting the movement ever since.

Fraudster O’Garro not on straight and narrow

Published on Friday, 10 October 2014 in Your Council news

A fraudster who received £7,751.04 in benefits she was not entitled to was brought to book last week thanks to investigative work by Enfield Council.

Food safety successes outlined

Published on Friday, 10 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Enfield Council has agreed plans to protect the public and raise hygiene standards in its 2,600 food businesses over the next year.

Big Energy Switch

Cash in with Big Energy Switch

Published on Thursday, 09 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Residents in Enfield have another chance to find cheaper deals on gas and electricity through collective energy switching, a scheme that helps residents club together to secure lower energy prices by using a third party ‘switching provider’.

Cash in with Big Energy Switch

Published on Thursday, 09 October 2014 in Enfield 2020 news

Residents in Enfield have another chance to find cheaper deals on gas and electricity through collective energy switching.

rail, public realm improvements

Improvements to Bush Hill Park and Turkey Street Stations

Published on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Enfield Council is embarking on a programme of work to improve the environment outside six stations in the borough which will be added to the London Overground network in 2015.

Burglary warning as police and council clampdown

Published on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 in Community Safety and Emergency Planning news

The Metropolitan Police and Enfield Council are warning homeowners to take sensible precautions to prevent themselves from becoming victims of burglary as the nights start to draw in.

Developers agree to replace trees

Published on Wednesday, 08 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Enfield Council has reached agreement with Fairview New Homes which will see the developer carry out replacement planting and landscaping on the border of Enfield Town Park after it accidentally encroached onto council land.

Cllr Sitkin

Cash injection for Heat Network

Published on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

Enfield Council has received £183,000 from the government to help drive forward the development of an innovative project to provide low carbon heating to homes across the Lee Valley.

plots

High Art on your doorstep!

Published on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 in Leisure, culture and tourism news

Gunpowder, treason and prints… at Forty Hall

Cash injection for Heat Network

Published on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 in Enfield 2020 news

Enfield Council has received £183,000 from the government to help drive forward the development of an innovative project to provide low carbon heating to homes across the Lee Valley.

Gates

Gate widening improves access at Forty Hall

Published on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 in Environment, waste and transport news

This week work will begin on the historic gates at Forty Hall as they are widened to improve access for larger vehicles.

National Customer Services Week 2014

National Customer Services Week 2014

Published on Monday, 06 October 2014 in Your Council news

National Customer Services Week has arrived in Enfield, and to mark the week a number of events and stalls are showcasing all the services that Enfield Council has to offer. There will also be the chance to win a smartphone and tickets to the fabulous pantomime ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to be held at the Millfield Theatre.

Borough wide licensing of landlords given go ahead by High Court

Published on Friday, 03 October 2014 in Housing news

At the hearing of the application for permission to challenge the Council’s decision to introduce licensing of landlords, Senior Administrative Court Judge Mr Justice Ouseley concluded that both the Council’s evidence base and its decision-making process as regards licensing of single family privately rented accommodation was robust and sound when rejecting as unarguable the legal challenge to that decision in the High Court today (Friday 3 Oct).

internet access

Win an iPad Air through helping us to improve our website

Published on Friday, 03 October 2014 in About this website news

Your views are important and could help others who use this site.

Enfield lobbies for extra police officers

Published on Friday, 03 October 2014 in Community Safety and Emergency Planning news

Enfield Council has confirmed it will be lobbying the Mayor of London to extend the deployment of 25 extra police officers to the borough after they helped drive down robbery and serious youth violence in the borough.

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