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Mayor breaks pledge to freeze TfL fares

Just 34 days after the Mayoral election, Labour's Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has broken his promise to freeze transport fares for Londoners.

Back Zac for Mayor

Hornsey and Wood Green Conservatives will be out in force over the coming months to ensure Zac Goldsmith MP is elected Mayor of London in May 2016.

A BUDGET FOR WORKING PEOPLE

Our Summer Budget delivers security for working people - and delivers on the promises upon which we were elected.

Badly placed signs cause traffic hazard

Highgate Conservatives are calling on Transport for London to resite badly placed signage on North Hill, outside the Esso petrol station. Esso has reconfigured its forecourt entrances and exits so that cars using the petrol station now enter from the north and exit from the south.

Hope on the horizon for Tudor Close residents

Highgate Conservatives have received assurances on behalf of residents in Tudor Close that steps will be taken to improve their homes, which have been seriously neglected by Homes for Haringey (HfH). At a meeting with a senior director of HfH, we called for action to raise standards, and to address poor external maintenance, replacement of rotting window frames and doors, and the very poor state of kitchens. A full inspection will take place in early 2014 and upgrade plans drawn up. We urged that this work be prioritised to take place as soon as possible in 2014.

Victory for road safety as Transport for London u-turns

Following our campaign to see pedestrian safety railings reinstated at the deadly junction by Highgate Tube station, Transport for London has reversed its decision and agreed to put the barriers back — in a style in keeping with the area.