Haringey has stopped issuing paper permits. To buy 'virtual' ones there is an elaborate process of registration, explained in a long and tedious video; but nothing on how you use them once you've managed to convince the council you're entitled to. Any ideas? Anyone tried it yet?
Any Haringey councillors reading this? We need an alternative for people who can't readily access the internet/can't afford to keep their phone charged/find the whole thing too scary. Which must include a number of frail elderly people who desperately need regular visits.
The thing is Gordon it doesn't help with visitors, like trades who turn up whenever. The postal paper system would take days - and to be honest, I suspect more like weeks, to result in actual permits. Not workable with a building job.
Well yes I know that, and that's what others above have said too.
What I was pointing at, perhaps not obviously enough (though "That said" is a start) - it's an easy default boilerplate position given by Haringey.
Versus the awkward complicated real world.