Week of Action to focus on Tottenham Hale
The latest in our series of Weeks of Action is currently underway in Tottenham Hale, where crime and antisocial behaviour are among the key issues to be addressed by Haringey Council.
The Week of Action got underway on 27 March and will finish on 2 April. It will focus in and around Tottenham Hale station and the area between Tottenham High Road and Down Lane Park.
Activities will include joint patrols by the police and the council’s antisocial behaviour and waste enforcement teams, youth engagement sessions from Haringey Community Gold, community engagement work from addiction support group BUBIC, and inspections by the council’s Parking Enforcement, Planning Enforcement, Trading Standards and Private Sector Housing teams.
There will be a hub each weekday from 1-3pm for residents to discuss any issues or concerns they have with Council staff. From Monday-Wednesday the hub will be based on Tottenham High Road outside Holcombe Market, and on Thursday and Friday it will be outside Tottenham Hale Bus Station.
Haringey Council plans to coordinate one Week of Action per month, each one targeting a different area of the borough. Previous weeks of action have taken place in Bruce Grove, Wood Green and Crouch End.
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