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Low traffic neighbourhood exemptions

Following an extensive listening exercise, which included 3 rounds of engagement, the council’s Cabinet agreed in December 2021 to introduce trial low traffic neighbourhoods (LTNs) in Bounds Green, Bruce Grove West Green and St. Ann’s as part of our Haringey Streets for People initiative. The aim is to reduce through traffic, improve air quality and support residents and visitors to walk, cycle, and shop locally.

Meeting the needs of residents with access and disability needs was an important part of the low traffic neighbourhood design process. Following feedback, the Cabinet Member for Climate Action, Environment and Transport considered a variety of options and approved motor vehicle exemptions for the following:

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Check if you live within a Low Traffic Neighbourhood

The yellow areas in the map below show the locations of Haringey's LTNs.

To check if you live within an LTN:

  1. Enter your postcode in the search box and select your address from the dropdown
  2. The map view will zoom in on the address you selected
  3. Click on the property icon to see which LTN (if any) your address is within. You will only see a pop-up if the address is within an LTN

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Maps of the LTN traffic filters

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How can I apply for an exemption?

Please follow the above links to find out more about eligibility and how to apply.

If you have any questions, or if you need help completing an application form, please contact Customer Services on 020 8489 4787.

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What is the charge for an exemption?

There is no charge for any exemption

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What happens if a driver contravenes the Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) restrictions? 

The LTN restrictions are enforced by CCTV cameras. If motorists who don't have a valid exemption issued by the council are observed driving through camera-enforced LTN restrictions, they can be issued with a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN). The penalty charge is £130, reduced to £65 if paid within 14 days from the date of issue of the PCN. If the charge is not paid on receipt of the Notice to Owner, it will increase to £195.

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Page last updated:

September 21, 2023