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We would like to remind residents that the council is still carrying out full parking enforcement across the borough. Drivers are reminded to park safely and in accordance with parking signs.
NHS staff members, health and social care workers and NHS Volunteer Responders are being supported through the Government Parking Pass (external link). The Pass is being distributed by employers and so you should contact your employer if you are eligible.
Any changes to enforcement plans will be posted on the Council Services Parking web page.
The tougher national restrictions announced by the Prime Minister last weekend will come into force from midnight tonight (00:01 Thursday) following a vote in the House of Commons.
Boris Johnson announced that until Wednesday 2 December, everyone must stay at home, and may leave only for a limited set of reasons.
You can read the guidance on the government website. It covers when you can leave your home, who you can meet, businesses that must close, and guidance for the critically vulnerable.
Information on how it affects the council will be shared on these web pages as we have it.
As a council we know this will be a challenging time for our residents and businesses.
From mental health support, to essential supplies, financial help, and information for businesses, you can read about support available in the borough on our Haringey Together Pages.
Don’t forget to wash your hands, social distance, and wear a mask.
The Government’s new national restrictions come into force on Thursday (Nov 5), and Londoners are being urged to think twice about holding Bonfire Night displays at home.
With organised displays cancelled, the London Fire Brigade (LFB) are urging people to reconsider staging any kind of display themselves, or building garden bonfires.
They are instead asking people to consider celebrating the night in different ways this year, with fewer risks.
Some ideas include making your own Guy Fawkes and bonfire crafts, decorating the house, purchasing glow sticks for children and baking bonfire goodies.
With the capital’s emergency services already facing huge demands due to the coronavirus pandemic, the LFB are already preparing for a busier night than usual with a risk of people becoming injured at home or fires getting out of control.
If you do choose to have your own display, never drink alcohol and set off fireworks, keep fireworks in a closed metal box and only ever buy ones which carry the CE mark. Bonfires should be clear of buildings, sheds, fences and hedges. Please inform your neighbours if you are planning on letting off fireworks and make sure the noise is over by 11pm.
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