Hackney Council is holding an event for the borough’s European citizens, people who work with them and local businesses concerned about Brexit. It will feature advice stalls and sessions about Brexit-related issues and applying for Settled Status. You can pre-book a 15 minute slot for 121 business advice or you can come along and wait on the day for available adviser.Read More
A new scheme offering high-quality, competitively priced solar panels is helping building owners in Hackney generate their own clean energy and save on energy costs as part of the Council’s drive to reduce fuel poverty, boost local renewable energy generation and tackle the climate emergency.
Migrant Help has funding from the Home Office for the provision of advice and guidance to vulnerable EU groups and individuals to support them to apply for pre or settled status in the UK. As well as individual sessions they can do group information sessions for staff or client groups. If you think this would benefit the people who work for you, please get in touch email@example.com and read further information here.Read More
Hackney Foodbank are the 100th business in the borough to become an accredited Living Wage Employer, paying all their employees a minimum of £10.55 an hour in line with the London Living Wage. The Hoxton based charity, who have provided the ingredients for more than 100,000 meals to local people in financial crisis, witnesses the effects of in work poverty on a daily basis and therefore understands the importance of paying a fair living wage.Read More
Businesses are invited to attend an Action Counters Terrorism briefing session delivered by the Metropolitan Police Service. This is FREE and is being delivered to those who work or live in the London Boroughs of Hackney and Tower Hamlets. The ACT Awareness session will provide you with essential knowledge in counter terrorism awareness to both help prevent an attack and knowing what to do if caught up by one.Read More
Hackney Council has set up a £300,000 fund to commission community arts projects that bring residents, businesses, and visitors to Shoreditch and Hoxton together.
It's made up of levies placed on developers through planning applications for new buildings in Shoreditch - called Section 106 contributions.Read More