Haringey Council Customer Service Numbers

  1. Call at +44-20-8489-1000

  2. Head Office Location: Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green, London, United Kingdom
  3. Driving Direction: Follow the directions to locate Haringey Council
  4. Send Message at: content@haringey.gov.uk.
  5. Locations Near You: Find nearby locations of Haringey Council

Customer Service Paths for Additional Help


Login To Your Account
Login/Sign in: You can directly login to your account from here

How To Contact Haringey Council Via Message?
Contact us: You can write a text message to Haringey Council for any issue through the contact us page of www.haringey.gov.uk/.
It's quicker and easier to do it online!What can I do online?There are a wide range of services available through this website, including:.

Haringey Council Current Jobs?
Job/Placement: The current job openings at Haringey Council can be found easily right from here.
Information on jobs in the council, schools, and children's social care, training and apprenticeships, adult learning, volunteering and help getting a job.Please contact Web Comms x6951 to.

Haringey Council Online Message/Email Support
Email Service Support: You can send your message to Haringey Council through the email provision provided by Haringey Council.

Haringey Council App For Android Users
Andriod App Support: If you have an android or other smartphone, you can get the app.

Twitter: See the latest tweets on Twitter.

Contact By Facebook: Follow the path to contact Haringey Council via Facebook profile.

Follow on YouTube: Get connected via YouTube channel.

What is Haringey Council in the Process of?

Haringey London Borough Council, also known as Haringey Council, is a local body in the London Borough of Haringey. The council consists of 21 Liberal Democrats, 34 Labour Party councillors and 2 Independents. It has been established under the London Government Act 1963. The council handles all its meeting in Haringey Town Hall, Wood Green. Three local agencies Tottenham Borough Council, Wood Green Borough Council and Hornsey Borough Council were replaced by single agency following the formation of the council.