Community updates 

6 July - Summer of fun

13 June - Changes to housing services

10 June 2022 - Repairs surgery

31 March 2022 - Tangmere demolition

17 March 2022 - Broadwater Farm Residents' Association Annual General Meeting (AGM)

8 March 2022 - Broadwater Farm residents back council plans to transform estate

Summer of fun

Looking for activities for your family this summer? Check out what's going on to keep the family entertained and energised here.

Changes to housing services

On Wednesday 1 June, Homes for Haringey services and staff became part of Haringey Council. Some of the ways you have contact with us have changed. 

Information that you are used to finding on the Homes for Haringey website will now sit on the Haringey Council website. Most of this information can now be found at pages.

Email addresses

The email addresses you use to contact Homes for Haringey will change so that they end in Don’t worry, as any emails you send to the old Homes for Haringey email addresses will still work and will be redirected automatically.

By post

All information you receive by post whether that be a letter from a department e.g., repairs or an account statement will be sent by Haringey Council.

Identifying staff

All staff will now have Haringey Council ID badges and will carry these at all times to identify themselves.

You will still be contacted in advance of any repairs works. Staff carrying out work, or repairs, in your property, will need to enter your home to do so.

If you are in doubt about the authenticity of someone saying they are Haringey Council staff, please contact our customer services on 020 8489 5611 or 020 8489 1000, or if you are suspicious call the
police on 101.

10 June 2022 - Repairs surgery

A repairs surgery is being held every Wednesday between 11am and 1pm at the Broadwater Farm Medical Centre.

This is an opportunity for you to talk to the repairs team about any ongoing repairs issues you may have. 

Please come with your job number if you can so that it is easy for the team to find the details relating to your
repair. If you have any new repairs issues, please report these in the usual way by visiting

This is a drop-in and no appointments are necessary. Residents will be seen on a first-come-first-served basis.

Residents from Croydon, Debden, Hawking, Hornchurch and Kenley are invited to attend on Wednesdays 15 and 29 June,13 and 27 July, and 10 and 24 August.

Residents from Lympne, Manston, Martlesham, Rochford, Stapleford, Willan Road are invited to attend on Wednesdays 22 June, 6 and 20 July, and 3, 17 and 31 August.

31 March 2022 - Tangmere demolition

We have appointed demolition contractor Hughes & Salvidge to demolish Tangmere, which was found in 2018 to be structurally unsound. Hughes and Salvidge is one of the UK’s leading demolition companies, established in 1964, with a reputation for health and safety, quality and innovation.

You are invited to speak to the people who will be carrying out the demolition work and raise any queries you may have at a special Meet the Contractor Event from 4pm to 8pm on 6 April at the Jazz Café in Broadwater Farm Community Centre.

We have notified all residents of the appointment of Hughes & Salvidge and the Meet the Contractor Event. 

You can download the resident letter here:  demolition_letter_v1_final.pdf


17 March 2022 - Broadwater Farm Residents' Association Annual General Meeting (AGM)

You are invited to take part in Broadwater Farm Residents' Association's AGM on Thursday 24 March 2022 from 7pm to 9pm at Broadwater Farm Community Centre, 1 Adams Road, N17 6HE.

Join the Residents’ Association, Independent Advisor and other members of your community for an open discussion with refreshments.

Are you interested in the future of Broadwater Farm Estate? Do you want to be involved in the election of committee members? Do you want to be more involved in the proposed regeneration?

All residents are part of the association and are invited to attend.

For more information, please contact your Independent Advice service:

Twitter @FarmResidents



8 March 2022 - Broadwater Farm residents back council plans to transform estate

Residents of Broadwater Farm have overwhelmingly voted in favour of plans to transform their estate with almost 300 new, high quality council homes, safer streets and improved community facilities.

On a turnout of 55% of eligible voters, 85% backed the council to deliver the most comprehensive and far-reaching improvement programme in Broadwater Farm’s history. 

For the full story, click here.


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