Help us pinpoint Haringey’s polling stations
Local residents are invited to help shape the future of voting in the borough, by having their say in a borough-wide review of polling stations and districts.
Haringey Council has a responsibility to ensure all voters have reasonable access to a polling station. While some polling stations are owned by the council, many are private premises or have become unsuitable or unavailable for use over time. With 10 previous polling stations identified as out of action for next May’s local elections, we have to make sure we find the best new locations.
We’re asking Haringey residents and organisations to make suggestions for new polling station locations, and to share any feedback on existing polling stations. We’re especially keen to hear about locations that can be easily accessed by people with disabilities.
Details of the consultation can be found here and are also available on request from the Civic Centre in Wood Green.
The Wood Green Business Improvement District Ballot
Haringey Council has received an application from local businesses to develop a Business Improvement District (BID) for Wood Green town centre.
Notice of Ballot
This is to give notice that a ballot is to be held on the proposal of “Future Wood Green” to introduce a Business Improvement District (BID) for the Wood Green town centre area.
Register to vote
Make sure you are registered to vote in future local and national elections.
You will need to complete a simple online form to register – see our Register to vote page for details.
I have already registered
If you have already registered to vote, a letter will be posted to your address every year in September/October, asking you to confirm the details of the people registered to vote at your address. You must respond to the letter to remain eligible to vote.
Local Council Election 2018
The next election due to take place in Haringey is the Local Council Election in May 2018.
Notice of Verification Number
The Local Government Act 2000 provides that electors in the council’s area can petition the council to hold a referendum on whether a local authority should change to a different form of governance. A petition must be signed by at least 5 per cent of the local government electors for the borough.
In accordance with the above Regulations, the number that is equal to 5 per cent of the number of local government electors shown in the revised register of electors having effect on the 15 February 2016 is: 8,531.
This figure will have effect for the purposes of determining the validity of Petitions presented from 1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018.
The number equal to 5 per cent of the local government electors for 2017 will be published within 14 days of the 15 February 2018. If this number is less than 8,531 the number to be used for verification purposes in relation to any petition submitted for the period beginning on the date of publication of the lower number until 31 March 2018 shall also be the lower number.
Deputy Electoral Registration Officer