National Co-Production Week 2023

During National Co-Production Week we are showcasing some of the projects we have co-produced with residents, community and voluntary groups, schools, partners and businesses, to remind ourselves of what we can achieve when we all work together.

One of the pledges in the Haringey Deal is ‘Knowing Our Communities’. We know they are diverse and constantly changing, and we are committed to developing a better understanding of who our residents are and how we can best work with you. 

We know that some people face real barriers to joining in and making their voices heard so we are stripping away those barriers so that everyone has a real opportunity to be part of the change.

Another commitment is ‘To Share Power’. We are creating genuine opportunities for you to have a say in decisions that affect you; help design the services you rely on; and work with us to solve long-standing and difficult problems.

By working together, we make great things happen!

How to get involved

There are lots of opportunities to get involved, here are just a couple:

Help shape the future of Bruce Grove

We want to hear your views on your neighbourhood and your priorities. Your feedback will help us to make improvements to streets and spaces in the town centre. 

Tell us about your Bruce Grove(external link)

New Haringey website testing

We have been working with residents since late last year to gather ideas and feedback and to test new designs. 

It’s not too late to get involved. Each newly designed web page (such as this one) has a link for residents to use to tell us what they think about the site, or sign up to be part of a pool of people who help us test future features. 

We will also be inviting community groups to give their feedback and refining the designs further throughout the summer – so keep your eyes open for more info. 

Help us test the new website

Celebrating our successes

We have lots of examples of projects we developed in a collaborative way with people who live and work in our borough – here are just a few.

(Photo credit for Rising Green Youth Hub: Ben Blossom)

Page last updated:

June 30, 2023