Help using My Haringey
Finding your property
We recommend you type in the full postcode of the property and then pick your address from the list of matching addresses. Alternatively, you can enter your street name, but you’ll need to type in the whole word.
For example, if you want to find an address in Lordship Lane, typing in ‘Lord’ won’t return the right results. Instead you’ll need to type in ‘Lordship’.
If your address isn’t in the drop-down list of matching addresses look out for a ‘show more results’ link and click on that.
We think the address search works really well, but if it’s not working for you try searching for a different part of your address.
If you can’t find your address, or if you have found it, but you think it’s wrong, please use our online form to report a missing or incorrect address.
The My Property page shows you information relating to your individual property – if you live in a Controlled Parking Zone, or a Conservation Area, who your local councillors are, nearby planning applications and more.
The My Nearest page shows you the nearest services to your property.
Click on the headings to see the services in that section. You’ll only see the closest services to you. So if you want to see more visit the My Maps page.
The My Maps page lets you decide what information you want shown on a map. The list of options can be hidden if you want to see more of the map.
Click on the plus and minus buttons to zoom in and out of the map, or click and drag with your mouse to move around.
Tick the boxes next to any of the services you want displayed on the map. If you’ve zoomed in very far on the map, you might need to zoom out again in order to see anything.
When you see an icon on the map, clicking on it will open a pop-up box with more information about that feature.
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