Haringey's Assemblies are the place for you and other local residents to contribute ideas on how we can improve the area where you live. They are meetings where you can talk directly with councillors.
Discussions take place on the issues you think are important, led either by council officers or community groups. Regular topics include refuse collection, traffic, public transport, green spaces, schools, regeneration, parking - all the topics that interest local people. We often set up discussion groups within meetings so that everyone gets an opportunity to talk.
There is also a 'soapbox' at the end of each meeting for you and other residents to raise issues that are of burning importance in your area.
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