Haringey coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
The government has announced that library services can begin to be restored from 4 July. We are currently considering plans to begin the resumption of some services across the borough’s libraries.
It is very important to note that our libraries will not be reopening in full yet and it will be some time before all facilities are restored to usual order.
We realise that library users will be keen to resume using the libraries, but it is imperative that we ensure public safety is the number one priority.
On Monday 6 July, St Ann’s and Muswell Hill Libraries will reopen some services.
Please note that both libraries will be open on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 from 12pm – 2.30pm for book drops and for staff-selected book collection only.
From Wednesday to Saturday, both libraries will open from 10.30am to 2.30pm, for book drops, ‘grab and go’ and preselected book bags.
We will provide further updates as more library services reopen.
As lockdown continues to ease this weekend with the reopening of more businesses, we are urging residents to continue to follow government guidance and be respectful of each other.
Great progress has been made, and as further changes come into force, we are asking residents to keep up the good work, by staying a safe distance from others and using our local businesses, parks, and outdoor spaces sensibly and safely.
From tomorrow (Saturday 4 July) more businesses can re-open, including restaurants, cafes and pubs, as well as hairdressers and barbers, providing special measures are taken. Please read more about steps businesses have taken, and how you can stay safe outdoors.
There is also updated information on our parks and ball courts, and we are calling on residents and visitors to use our green spaces responsibly too. Read more.
We want to thank everyone who has been using our parks safely. Please keep this up to help stop a second wave of coronavirus.
At the beginning of June, we announced that parking enforcement would be restarting, following a temporary reduction due to the coronavirus pandemic.
We emailed all permit holders, sharing details of the restart date on Monday 6 July, and placed warning notices on vehicles. We also placed information posters in town centres and next to pay-by-phone bays. Information about the availability of a new one-day £15 parking charge has also been shared.
From Monday 6 July, full enforcement will resume. This includes the restart of Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) enforcement of permit bays, shared-use and pay by phone bays and public car parks. Vehicles parked in contravention may be issued a penalty charge notice.
Permits can be purchased or renewed online or by post, by downloading the Resident and Visitor Parking Permit application form (PDF, 92KB). To appeal a PCN, please follow the instructions on the notice.
If you are unable to access the Internet, you can phone 0208 489 0000 and ask for a form to be posted out to you. If you are unable to post your application, you can be supported and apply over the phone.
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