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In response to the Covid-19 pandemic we have been checking on the estate’s more vulnerable residents to make sure they are getting the support they need. This has covered everything from shopping to health and wellbeing and care support. If you know anyone that may need help on the estate that isn’t currently being supported, please let us know.
Contact Connected Communities on 020 8489 4431 (Open Monday to Friday 8.30am to 6.30pm).
During the Covid-19 pandemic, many of Haringey’s residents volunteered to support people who may not have family or friends to rely on.
One of the local volunteering projects involved transforming Tottenham Hotspur stadium into a food distribution hub. Free food was delivered for vulnerable Londoners, including residents on the Broadwater Farm Estate.
Visit the Haringey Together webpages (external link) to find out more about the help and support available or to volunteer.
The government and police are currently advising people against participating in mass gatherings. Locally in Haringey there have been several demonstrations which were very peaceful and passed without incident. If you do attend an event, please observe social distancing and take other precautions including wearing facemasks and using hand sanitiser.
Haringey Council and Homes for Haringey are working in close collaboration with residents and the wider Broadwater Farm community to create and deliver the most comprehensive and wide-reaching Estate Improvements Programme within the estates’ history.
We are at an early stage of the design process so it’s vital we hear from you!
Across the next 4 weeks we are holding a consultation until the 21 March 2021 to enable you to give us your views. For secure council tenants living on the estate, this is a consultation under Section 105 of the Housing Act (1985).
We are offering a range of ways for people to give their views, please feel free to use the method which is most comfortable for you:
- By post; using the free-post return envelope or sending a letter to: Shelley Rahman, S105 Consultation - 639 High Road, Tottenham, London, N17 8AA
- Online by visiting: www.haringey.gov.uk/bwfs105 and completing an online feedback form.
- Email Shelley Rahman, Regeneration Manager at: email@example.com
- Arrange a call with the team on 020 8489 1816
We are also hosting Zoom drop in sessions on:
• Thursday 18 February: 6 - 7.30pm
• Saturday 6 March: 11am - 12.30pm
• Tuesday 16 March: 6 - 7.30pm
Register www.haringey.gov.uk/bwfs105 or call 020 8489 1816 and book your place!
The Broadwater Farm Neighbourhood Office based at 108 Gloucester road is no longer open to residents. This is due to the office being located underneath the Tangmere block which is due to be demolished in the future.
We will keep everyone updated once we know what services will be offered and where you will be able to access those services.
- Autumn 2020 (PDF, 385KB)
- July 2020 (PDF, 1MB)
- Winter 2020 (PDF, 1.4MB)
- Autumn 2019 (PDF, 1MB)
- Summer 2019 (PDF, 625KB)
- August 2018 (PDF, 1MB)
- February 2018 (PDF, 945KB)
If you live on Broawater Farm and are looking for employment, training or employment support, please contact your employment navigator, Shawn Semper. Shawn will be able to help you navigate all the different routes to work available.
Email him on Shawn.Semper@haringey.gov.uk or call 079732 44125
HALS is running an online service and all courses are FREE until July 2020. We are running a full programme of all our normal courses, plus a few new ones, to keep your mind active during the lockdown. For all the courses running and how to register visit HALS webpages (external link).