Haringey Play Streets

Haringey Play Streets offers local residents of Haringey the opportunity to pedestrianise their street for up to 3 hours per week, fortnight or month during the daylight hours by applying to the local authority for

Vacant Lot

The Vacant Lot project appropriated and occupied vacant and neglected spaces on hard-standing surfaces or grassed areas surrounding deprived inner city housing estates in London and redeveloped them into community gardens and allotments. The spaces

Selby Trust / Selby Centre

The Selby Trust manages the Selby Centre (a former school premises in Tottenham) as a multi-purpose community and social enterprise centre and has three main aims: (i) ‘to increase the capacity and sustainability of historically

Streetlife.com

Streetlife describes itself as a ‘British social network for local communities’ with the aim of helping people ‘make the most of where they live by connecting with their neighbours and sharing practical information, advice and

Project 2020

Project 2020 was officially launched in January 2013 and is led by Homes for Haringey which is an Arm’s Length Management Organisation (ALMO) set up in April 2006 to manage Haringey’s council housing. It aims

Opening Doors Network

Opening Doors is described on its website as ‘a new type of enterprise programme designed as an incubator for ideas and a connection hub’.[1] It is still very much in its early stages having launched

Living Under One Sun

Living Under One Sun (LUOS) is a not-for-profit organisation with the aim of ‘actively creating places for communities to meet, access services, share skills and ideas and shape their neighbourhoods’ as well as ‘to inspire

Highgate Neighbourhood Forum

In 2011 the UK Conservative-Liberal Democrat government passed a new law, the Localism Act, which transformed the spatial planning system in England by dismantling many reforms introduced by the previous New Labour government and by

Our Tottenham Network

Our Tottenham (hereafter referred to as the OT network) is a network of community organisations, residents associations and campaigns from the Tottenham area. This action network was set up to spread co-operation and solidarity throughout