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News published January 2015

Tesco sweet ban backed by Enfield Council

Published: 21 January 2015

Enfield Council responded this week to the news that 12 of Tesco’s stores in the borough have removed sweets and chocolates from the checkouts to promote healthy living.

Enfield calls for more police

Published: 20 January 2015

Enfield Council is calling for more police to be deployed in the borough after serious youth violence increased by a fifth in 2014.

Priority fund agrees over £100,000 of community projects

Published: 19 January 2015

Community projects worth in excess of £100,000 will be funded as part of the latest round of Enfield Residents Priority Fund (ERPF) decisions.

Keep your kids safe

Published: 15 January 2015

Enfield Council is offering free car seat checks for parents at a variety of shops to ensure they have the correct child restraints for their child and vehicle.

CCTV round-up

Published: 15 January 2015

Here is a round-up of arrests made in recent weeks as a result of Enfield Council's extensive CCTV network.

Courts order landlord to pay thousands for planning breach

Published: 14 January 2015

A landlord who refused to revert six illegally converted bedsits back into a single property for more than seven years will be more than £138,000 out of pocket after he was prosecuted by Enfield Council.

Enfield Council celebrates cash to fight fraud

Published: 09 January 2015

Enfield Council is delighted to announce that it has been successful in a bid to the Dept for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to the tune of £195,000.

Councillor Yasemin Brett

A message from Cllr Yasemin Brett

Published: 09 January 2015

Cllr Brett sends a message of condolence..

How to avoid a weighty problem

Published: 08 January 2015

A new website is being launched by Enfield Council to coincide with ‘National Obesity Awareness Week’ (12- 18 January), to help its residents find all the information they need to eat well, move more and feel better.

Don’t go broke for a smoke

Published: 08 January 2015

Enfield Council has launched a new campaign telling residents ‘Don’t go broke for a smoke’ which urges everyone to think about the huge expense of smoking, as well as the health issues.

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