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  • Newlon appoints Wates Living Space as new repairs contractor

    3rd Aug 2015 | News

    Following an extensive and competitive procurement process we are pleased to announce the appointment of Wates Living Space as our new responsive repairs and maintenance contractor. They will be responsible for providing a range of repairs and maintenance services for our nearly 8,000 homes The new contract formally commenced on 3rd August and runs for an initial […]

  • Come to the Hale Village Summer Party – 8th August

    20th Jul 2015 | News

    This year we have a summer party on Saturday,  8th August at Hale Village in Tottenham – it’s free and all Newlon residents are welcome. Organised by the Engine Room, community groups and residents, with part-funding from Newlon, there will be many activities on the day and Living Under One Sun (LUOS) will provide some tasty food. […]

  • Cllr Okyener opens landmark regeneration scheme in Enfield

    20th Jul 2015 | News

    Councillor Ahmet Oykener, Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Housing and Estate Regeneration, was on hand on the morning of Friday 17th July to officially open Prowse Court and Lord Graham Mews. Standing on the site of the former Highmead Estate in Enfield, the development includes 118 new homes provided by Countryside and Newlon Housing Trust. […]

  • Newlon Fusion wins top sports award

    17th Jul 2015 | News

    On 22nd June Newlon Fusion, our community and regeneration arm, won Sports Organisation of the Year at the 2015 Sport Islington Awards. This was for the work done by the Barnsbury Improved Lifestyle Initiative (BILI), which is funded by Newlon Fusion. BILI is a successful wellbeing programme that runs on the Barnsbury Estate in Islington. It is […]

  • Engineering works on Victoria Line

    6th Jul 2015 | News

    From 8th to 30th August Victoria Line underground services will terminate at Seven Sisters. If you are intending to visit out Tottenham Hale offices then please take this into consideration when planning your journey.

  • Bright New Future at Brook House Primary

    1st Jul 2015 | News

    The sponsors of Brook House Primary School, the Lion Education Trust, along with key delivery partners Newlon Housing Trust, the London Borough of Haringey and Logan Construction, hosted a site launch event for all pupils and staff on 26th June, to showcase the new school which is opening in September 2015.  Developed in partnership with […]

  • Newlon Star Awards: nominations now open

    29th Jun 2015 | News

    Do you know someone who deserves an award for helping residents out with their can-do attitude? Or would you like your own efforts to be acknowledged? We’d like you to tell us by nominating yourself or another Newlon resident for a resident involvement award. We are looking for exceptional people who have made a difference […]

  • Our SME success

    23rd Jun 2015 | News

    We are pleased to have demonstrated our commitment to supporting small and medium enterprises (SMEs) Newlon’s analysis of our spend with construction-related companies during 2013-14 showed that 28% of our direct spend is with companies that are SMEs. Much of our indirect construction spend is also likely to be with SMEs, since the government’s analysis of big […]

  • Remember to vote next Thursday!

    28th Apr 2015 | News

    The 2015 General Election will be held on Thursday, 7th May. The parties are putting forward very different policies, which will determine the future of the country. If you want your voice heard then you need to vote at your local polling station anytime between 7am and 10pm on 7th May.

  • General Election: Registration deadline approaching

    16th Apr 2015 | News

    The 2015 General Election is held on Thursday, 7th May 2015. To be able to vote you must be registered to do so. Last year the registration rules changed. These changes mean that one member of a household can no longer register everyone who lives there. Instead each person must now register individually. The new rules also impact on students, […]