Parks & Green Spaces team.
Volunteering provides many opportunities to improve the quality of life for individuals and the local environment. Why not get yourself involved?
Haringey Council, working with the local community, and supported by the Mayor of London, has co-designed two early-stage design options for Down Lane Park in Tottenham Hale. The designs can be viewed here.
We now want to invite residents, park users, and the wider community to tell us what you think and inform the next stage of co-design.
Information about the project, co-design, dates, times, and locations of engagement events, the two design options, and an on-line survey can be found on Commonplace:
Have Your Say Today - Down Lane Park Improvement - Commonplace
Haringey Autism Hub
Survey of parking needs of residents being cared for in their homes
The Council recognises that personal care arrangements offered to residents in their own homes have changed. We know that it can range from family members to professional care arrangements, involving several carers attending to an individual where car use is essential.
Our current parking arrangements for carers are specific to an individual as opposed to multiple providers. We therefore want to work with residents receiving care at home to co-design a parking offer that is conducive to their complex needs.
If you are a carer or a resident who receives care in their own home, we would be pleased if you could take a few minutes to respond to our survey by completing the questionnaire, just click the button on the right:
Please note - This consultation will close at Midnight Thursday 30 June 2022
What is Haringey Circle?
Haringey Circle is a membership-based programme open to anyone over the age of 50 in Haringey.
We provide activities, events and services to help over 50s in Haringey to connect, get active, keep learning, and to stay as independent as possible.
Call: 020 3196 1894
Madeleine Grant I UCL Institute of Education I Special and Inclusive Education MA Student
I am an autistic master’s student living in Haringey investigating how people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND) would like to participate in Local Authority consultations about SEND services and education. Despite provisions in various pieces of legislation which require Local Authorities to include those with SEND in the development of services and policies which affect them there is limited research on how this happens and how often this happens. The aim of my research is to provide more concrete guidelines that Local Authorities to use to include young people with SEND in strategic decision making, to empower and respect young people’s views and create higher quality services.