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Cases of Covid-19 are rising in Tower Hamlets

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We are continuing to see a significant rise in cases of Covid-19 in Tower Hamlets. We must all play our part to stop the spread.
Date:
14th September 2020

School streets to improve pupil safety in Tower Hamlets

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Children and families in Tower Hamlets will benefit from quieter and safer roads near schools thanks to the implementation of the borough's first six School Streets.
Date:
10th September 2020

Update: Bow crane collapse

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An update letter sent to residents affected by the crane collapse in Gale Street, Bow.
Date:
7th September 2020

Boost for Hackney Wick and Fish Island creatives

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New funding to stimulate the creative sector will help artists and freelancers in Hackney Wick and Fish Island deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
Date:
4th September 2020

Consultation on violence, vulnerability and exploitation (VVE) strategy proposals

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We are consulting on the proposals in our violence, vulnerability and exploitation (VVE) strategy.
Date:
2nd September 2020

Wapping bus gateway reduces rush-hour traffic

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Traffic has reduced by a third in Wapping thanks to a bus gateway installed by Tower Hamlets Council to improve road safety and air quality.
Date:
27th August 2020

Whitechapel flat fire could have ended in tragedy without crucial intervention from housing team

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Destruction caused by a seventh-floor kitchen blaze of a house in multiple occupation (HMO) in Whitechapel could have been much worse had it not been for a warning from diligent council officers less than a year earlier.
Date:
25th August 2020

Award for council officer who gives up her time to give careers advice to college kids

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A council officer who volunteered to put her experience of supporting start up businesses to use as a mentor for the borough's young people has been named London Enterprise Adviser of the Year.
Date:
18th August 2020

Pedestrian zones clear the way for outdoor dining on Brick Lane

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´╗┐Parts of Brick Lane will be temporarily pedestrianised next week to allow safe space for pedestrians and diners to eat al fresco thanks to emergency funding from the Department for Transport.
Date:
17th August 2020

Council services prepared for Unison's third round of strike action

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Tower Hamlets Council is prepared for a third round of three consecutive days (13, 14 and 17 August) of strike action by Unison members starting today.
Date:
13th August 2020
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