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New Spurs stadium event day parking controls

There are new parking rules on estates close to the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The new rules will only operate when there is an event at the stadium. At all other times the normal estate controlled parking scheme rules will apply.

The changes we are making to estate parking does not affect parking restrictions on public roads in the borough, as these are managed by Haringey Council.

What are the new rules?

STANDARD ESTATE CONTROLLED PARKING SCHEME RULES

When does the scheme operate outside of event days?

Our standard estate controlled parking schemes operate at the following times:

Monday to Saturday 8am to 6pm. However, some estates have specific operating times and we recommend you check signage on your estate.  

What are the conditions of parking on an estate controlled parking scheme?

If you wish to park on an estate controlled parking scheme you must do the following:

  • Ensure your vehicle has a valid permit on display at all times
  • Ensure your vehicle is only parked in a designated parking bay
  • Don’t attempt to park any heavy goods or oversized vehicles.

How does Homes for Haringey enforce the scheme?

The means of enforcement is through parking charge notices (parking tickets). The estate is visited daily at random times to check for unauthorised vehicles. Any vehicle found breaking the rules of the scheme will be issued with a parking charge notice.

VISITOR PARKING RULES

There are no change to our visitor parking rules. Visitors must display a valid visitor permit showing the correct date and time follow the rules detailed above. 

NEW EVENT DAY PARKING RULES

When will the new rules operate?

The new event day parking rules for estates will operate Monday to Sunday 8am to 10pm. The new rules will only operate when there is an event at the stadium. At all other times the normal estate controlled parking scheme rules will apply.

Do I need a new permit?

No. Only residents who need to use the disabled parking bays will need a new permit.

DISABLED EVENT DAY PARKING RULES

The disabled “blue badge” scheme will not operate on event days.

Unfortunately, holders of blue badges have used our estates to park when attending the stadium, taking all of the parking meant for our disabled residents.

How do I park in the disabled parking bays on my estate when there is an event?

If you haven’t already, you will need to apply for a Homes for Haringey disabled parking badge. Only a Homes for Haringey disabled parking badge will be valid for parking in a disabled parking bay on your estate when there is an event.

How do I apply for a Homes for Haringey disabled parking badge?

If you do not have a Homes for Haringey disabled badge, you will be able to apply for one by visiting your nearest Customer Service Centre:

Wood Green Library and Customer Services, 187 – 197A High Road, Wood Green, N22 6XD

Marcus Garvey Centre Library and Customer Services, Tottenham Green Pools and Fitness, 1 Philip Lane, Tottenham, N15 4JA

How much does a Homes for Haringey disabled parking badge cost?

Nothing, all of our permits are free to residents.

The following estates/buildings are affected by the changes to the Estates Controlled Parking Scheme:

  • 127 Northumberland Park
  • Altair
  • Arundel Court
  • Ashdowne Court
  • Baldewyne Court
  • Chesnut Estate
  • Clements House
  • Concord House
  • Coombes House
  • Cooperage Close
  • Fiske Court
  • Gretton
  • Headcorn
  • James Place/Church Road
  • Lancaster Close
  • Lansdowne Road
  • Love Lane Estate
  • Millicent Fawcett Court
  • Northumberland Park
  • Park View Road estate
  • Scotswood Walk
  • St Mary's Close
  • Stellar
  • Tenterden
  • The Lindales
  • Thornley Close
  • Trulock Court
  • Whitbread Close

 

We made the changes to estate parking near the Spurs stadium following a resident consultation in the summer of 2018.

Consultation results

  • Residents voted in favour of changing the event days parking rules.
  • Residents voted in favour of introducing event day disabled parking rules.
  • Residents voted against introducing event day visitor parking rules.

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Page Last Updated:

2 April 2019