Stills from a Waltham Forest
Council video show a driver taking his car off a lorry before it was taken away <B
Dr Shaukat Nawaz Khan, president Waltham Forest
Pakistani Community Forum emphasised the need to hold such events saying, "we strongly support Pak Cultural Society in its efforts."
On a day when the the All Party Parliamentary Greyhound Group (APPGG) also urged the Waltham Forest
Planning Committee to support a scheme to bring the dogs back to the Stow, Jones and Holloway were busy rallying support for the cause, stressing it was vital to show that the industry was behind Bob Morton's alternative plans for the site, which is owned by housing association London & Quadrant.
We hope that the minister will not only use this visit to support our members in Waltham Forest
, but also all those across England in similar circumstances.'
This festival plays an important role in helping us to appreciate and celebrate this diversity." Mayor of Waltham Forest
is Anna Mbachu.
Bloxx, an enterprise web filtering company, announced on Monday (23 February) that NHS Waltham Forest
, in the UK, has deployed its Tru-View web filtering technology to monitor and control staff Internet access across its multiple sites.
Cheryll Adams, of union Unite, said: "We are going to have more cases if health authorities do not act." Sally Gorham, Chief Executive of Waltham Forest
Primary Care Trust, said: "His death shocked us all, particularly as health visitors had not identified concerns about his well-being."
I would like to apologise on behalf of the Labour Party to former councillor Barry Smith and to local residents in Leyton and Waltham Forest
The network will also allow the council to trial remote mobile CCTV, which is expected to improve street management in the area and provide increased safety and security for Waltham Forest
She has worked in local government for 20 years, including spells at Coventry City Council and the London Borough of Waltham Forest
10 "worst" councils with proportion of jobs paying less than Living Wage in 2014: West Somerset 42.9%; Harrow 41.1%; Torridge in Devon 38.6%; West Lancashire 38.3%; Waltham Forest
38.2%; Breckland, Norfolk 38.0%; West Devon 37.3%; North Norfolk 36.5%; North East Derbyshire 36.3%; Woking 35.9%.
How the new stadium could look if Waltham Forest
Council accept Bob Morton's vision for the track and housing project