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Council housing

Issue No. 1798

A SECOND group of council tenants have rejected north London's Haringey council's plans for the privatisation of their homes. Some 86 of the 105 tenants on the Leven Drive estate in Waltham Cross took part in the ballot. The result was 57 against and 29 for the transfer to the Aldwyck Housing Association.

The homes are 'out of borough' properties owned by Haringey council. The ballot follows the collapse of Haringey's plan to transfer 250 street properties last year.


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Sat 4 May 2002, 00:00 BST
Issue No. 1798
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