Community assets update and the worst roads in the country

The results are in: which roads people think are the worst in Haringey and which community assets people want to see given special protection under new laws.

You may have seen the recent news that according to the Department for Transport, Haringey now officially has the worst roads in England – a shocking statistic, but perhaps not that surprising to anyone who travels by road locally!

Many people have now responded to Lynne’s survey to tell their nomination for the worst road in the area, and the results are in: Coppetts Road, Hornsey Lane and Muswell Hill top the standings.

Lynne has written to Haringey Council with a long list of damaged roads – but do let us know if you have a pothole or cracked road surface in your street.

Lynne and the Haringey Liberal Democrat team have also been campaigning for increased protection for well-loved local ‘community assets,’ like post offices, libraries and parks. New laws mean that local people may have the opportunity to buy well-loved parts of their community, should they ever be sold off. The assets that people want to protect vary greatly from Priory Park and Queens Wood to local libraries and post offices.

We will now fight to get these treasured locations onto the council’s official register – so that they are better protected.

One thought on “Community assets update and the worst roads in the country

  1. Well Done Lynne in telegraphing the bad road situation. I’m a driver and I live in Claremont Road but I also use the W5 bus service. In speaking to the W5 drivers they all abhor the though of driving down Horney Lane in the recently new buses carrying frail and elderly persons and young children as everyone is thrown about as a result of the poor road surface. One driver told me it resembled a ‘military tank testing ground’.

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