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It's sometimes slightly surprising what you can find on the internet. Haringey Labour's very public rows about how Haringey should be run (any one who is not a Labour supporter hardly matters) are making headlines all over the place, and some sidelines too. This Facebook post sets out at some length (soon to be ex) Cllr Strickland's demise, and speculates on the implications for Crouch End. It provides a link to a Google Drive repository of the 10 candidate profiles for the internal Crouch End Labour party selection,
There is also a Crouch End Labour Party Facebook Page which, slightly surprisingly, is in full view of everyone with a Facebook Account.
It contains this, fully publicly visible exchange between Cllr (soon to be ex?) Jason Arthur and some members who question his arithmetic. I've reproduced it below, in case the group becomes shy.
HTH Update: the development will generate at least 25 affordable housing units. 11 of these will be social housing on site, and at least a further 15 units at other sites in the west of Haringey. All paid for by the developer.
A review mechanism will also be put in place so that if the private properties sell for more than anticipated, FEC will have to pay an additional land receipt to the Council. This will mean that additional profit will come to Haringey that can be used to pay for even more affordable housing.
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