Thought I might list in one what is already known:
Cutting in training social workers for adults and children
Reduction of the planning department to “one of the smallest in London”
Council’s neighborhood management service scrapped
Walk-in customer services centre at Hornsey’s (CE) closed
No libraries are proposed for closure, but the books and staffing budget will be slashed by £200,000
Old folks’ homes and day centres reviewed with closures
Redundancies among parks and leisure staff will trigger a 50 per cent drop in maintenance regimes, leading to a “significant deterioration in the quality of open space”
conservation teams and enforcement officers that maintain the borough’s many woods and parks radically reduced
Outsourcing management of its leisure and sports centres
Households in controlled parking zones will be expected to pay up to £150 per year to park a single car outside their homes
Crouch End, Green Lanes and Muswell Hill, will have its pay and display parking tickets more than doubled from £1.40 to £3 per hour.
More than 1,000 council jobs - or 20 per cent of the council’s workforce – are at risk
Have also heard that SG School before/after school club is at risk. It is run by the council and they are probably not going to fund it. It possibly may be taken over by the YMCA.
From various sources. Think 7th Feb or there abouts is the big day everything is announced