Street furniture can range between public seats to non-illuminated and illuminated road signs and bollards. Highway furniture will be maintained by Haringey Council.
Street furniture includes (but not limited to):
- Street lights
- Roads signs
- Street name plates
- Traffic lights
- Barriers and railings
- Concrete or wooden bollards
- Manhole covers
Damaged street furniture
If you report damaged street furniture e.g. 'postboxes', 'benches' or 'bollards', using My Account, you'll be able to view the progress of your report. Select the location of the problem and then select the correct category from the drop-down menu:
If you don't require updates on progress you can report these issues to us anonymously without registering:
What happens once I have submitted the report?
We will inspect the problem within two working days and decide how urgently it needs to be fixed.
How long should it take?
Defects that are hazardous or serious will be prioritised.
- Hazardous defects will be repaired within 24 hours.
- Serious defects will be repaired within seven days.
We will aim to repair other defects that are not serious or hazardous within 28 working days, but we do not have the resources to repair every defect within that timescale and so will prioritise the more serious and potentially dangerous defects.
How will I be kept up to date?
We will contact you by email to let you know the result of the inspection and again when the repair has been completed.
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