2022 Haringey Council election
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All 57 council seats
Turnout31.76%
  First party Second party
 
Leader Peray Ahmet Luke Cawley-Harrison
Party Labour Liberal Democrats
Last election 42 seats, 57.3% 15 seats, 23.9%
Seats won 50 7
Seat change Increase6 Decrease6

council control before election


Labour

Subsequent council control


Labour

The 2022 Haringey London Borough Council election took place on 5 May 2022. All 57 members of Haringey London Borough Council were elected. The elections took place alongside local elections in the other London boroughs and elections to local authorities across the United Kingdom.

In the previous election in 2018, the Labour Party maintained its longstanding control of the council, winning 42 out of the 57 seats with the Liberal Democrats forming the council opposition with the remaining 15 seats. The 2022 election took place under new election boundaries, which retain the same number of councillors.

Background

History

Result of the 2018 borough election
Result of the 2018 borough election

The thirty-two London boroughs were established in 1965 by the London Government Act 1963. They are the principal authorities in Greater London and have responsibilities including education, housing, planning, highways, social services, libraries, recreation, waste, environmental health and revenue collection. Some powers are shared with the Greater London Authority, which also manages passenger transport, police, and fire.[1]

Since its formation, Haringey has been continuously under Labour control, apart from a period of Conservative control from 1968 to 1971. Apart from a few councillors from minor parties, all councillors elected to the council have been Labour, Conservative or Liberal Democrat. Since 2002, only Labour and Liberal Democrat councillors have been elected. In the most recent council election in 2018, Labour won 42 seats with 57.3% of the vote and the Liberal Democrats won 15 seats with 23.9% of the vote. The Green Party received 10.4% of the vote and the Conservatives won 7.8% of the vote, though neither party won any seats.[2] The incumbent leader of the council is the Labour councillor Peray Ahmet, who has held that role since 2021.[3]

Council term

After the 2018 election, Labour councillors elected Cllr Joseph Ejiofor, the incumbent deputy leader of the council and an elected Executive member in the party's Momentum grouping, to be the new council leader.[2] Local party members had voted to endorse a different councillor, Zena Brabazon, to have been the council leader.[2] Peray Ahmet, a former cabinet member Ejiofor had sacked in 2018, became council leader in May 2021 after challenging Ejiofor and winning by 1 vote.[3]

Ejiofor was blocked by the Labour Party from standing as a candidate in 2022 after the Local Government Ombudsman released a report criticising a council decision not to purchase a house for more than three times its value as part of plans for a development around the site of the former Cranwood nursing home. Ejiofor criticised the Labour Party decision to ban him as "a Kafkaesque process resulting in an unjust ruling"[4] and the LGO's decision as in itself "flawed, because the decision taken was legal and in line with the Council's constitution and would be the same whenever it was reviewed".[5]

Ahmet acceded to the opposition Liberal Democrats' request for an inquiry into how property transactions have been handled by the council, including the Cranwood development.[6]

In October 2018, the Labour councillor Ishmael Osamor, son of the Labour MP Kate Osamor, resigned after pleading guilty to possessing drugs with intent to supply and drug possession.[7] A by-election for his West Green seat was held on 13 December 2018, which was won by the Labour candidate Seema Chandwani.[8]

In spring 2019, Cllr Barbara Blake was expelled from the Labour Party following a complaint that she had supported candidates opposing the Labour Party.[9] The following year, five more Labour councillors: Patrick Berryman, Dana Carlin, Vincent Carroll, Preston Tabois and Noah Tucker, were suspended from the Labour Party Group following complaints being made against them.[10] Carlin was re-instated almost immediately pending a hearing, and Noah Tucker and Preston Tabois were readmitted in 2021,[11] though Tucker was suspended again days later, "based on new material [the Labour Party] was not previously aware of".[12] Carroll was restored to the party just before the AGM in 2021.[13] Berryman was not readmitted to the Labour group, and he, Tucker and Carroll were all ruled ineligible to stand as Labour Candidates at the 2022 election. The Labour councillor James Chiriyankandath left his party in June 2021 after Ahmet's election as council leader.[14]

Like most other London borough councils, Haringey elected councillors under new ward boundaries. The Local Government Boundary Commission for England produced new wards after a period of consultation.[15] The number of councillors will remain the same at 57, representing fifteen three-councillor wards and six two-councillor wards.[16]

Electoral process

Haringey, like other London borough councils, elects all of its councillors at once every four years. The previous election took place in 2018. The election will take place by multi-member first-past-the-post voting, with each ward being represented by two or three councillors. Electors will have as many votes as there are councillors to be elected in their ward, with the top two or three being elected.

All registered electors (British, Irish, Commonwealth and European Union citizens) living in London aged 18 or over will be entitled to vote in the election. People who live at two addresses in different councils, such as university students with different term-time and holiday addresses, are entitled to be registered for and vote in elections in both local authorities.[17] Voting in-person at polling stations will take place from 7:00 to 22:00 on election day, and voters will be able to apply for postal votes or proxy votes in advance of the election.[17]

Campaign

Labour said they would "deliver some of London’s most ambitious Low Traffic Neighbourhoods and borough-wide cycling routes", as well as hundreds more electric vehicle charging points and build three thousand council homes. The Liberal Democrats said they would plant trees and oppose the construction of an incinerator and cancel plans to refurbish council offices. The Conservatives said they would address violence in the borough by "confronting uncomfortable cultural issues" and committing to "more effective policing of low-level crime". They also said they would build more electric vehicle charging points and "clean up the rubbish on our streets".[18]

Charles Wright in OnLondon reported that more Labour candidates had been selected who would support the leader Peray Ahmet in "setbacks for Momentum". Ahmet's deputy leader Mike Hakata was deselected, but was able to become a candidate in a neighbouring Labour ward. The rabbi David Mason though selected for Crouch End ward, failed to get elected. One longstanding councillor, Mark Blake, was not reselected in his ward but stood in the Liberal Democrat stronghold of Fortis Green instead and won; while another, Gideon Bull, who was not allowed to stand as a Labour candidate, stood as an independent candidate instead in his previous ward and lost.[19]

Previous council composition

After 2018 election Before 2022 election[20] After 2022 election
Party Seats Party Seats Party Seats
Labour 42 Labour 39 Labour 50
Liberal Democrats 15 Liberal Democrats 15 Liberal Democrats 7
Independent 0 Independent 3 Independent 0

Summary of results

Haringey Council election result 2022
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Labour 50 6 0 +8 87.7 59.9 98,393 +2.6
  Liberal Democrats 7 0 6 -8 12.3 24.0 39,515 +0.1
  Green 0 - - - 0 8.6 14,172 -1.8
  Conservative 0 - - - 0 6.9 11,300 -0.9
  Independent 0 - - - 0 0.4 630 +0.3
  Women's Equality 0 - - - 0 0.2 382 New
  CPA 0 - - - 0 0.0 67 ±0.0

Boundary changes had notionally reduced the number of Liberal Democrat seats by 2 in favour of the Labour Party, explaining the discrepancy in seat changes.

Ward results

[21][22]

Alexandra Park

Alexandra Park (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sarah Elliott 1,475 44.8
Liberal Democrats Alessandra Rossetti* 1,471 44.7
Labour George Danker 1,353 41.1
Liberal Democrats Hari Prabu 1,246 37.8
Green Claire Lewis 562 17.1
Conservative David Douglas 215 6.5
Turnout 3,293 50.69
Labour win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)

Alessandra Rossetti was a sitting councillor for Alexandra ward

Bounds Green

Bounds Green (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Emily Arkell 1,510 58.7
Labour Mary Mason 1,362 53.0
Liberal Democrats Justin Hinchcliffe* 634 24.7
Liberal Democrats Ibrahim Hassan 589 22.9
Green Steven Maddocks 419 16.3
Conservative Guy Carter 199 7.7
Conservative Suraj Bhanot 187 7.3
Turnout 2,572 37.41
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Justin Hinchcliffe was a sitting councillor for Fortis Green ward

Bruce Castle

Bruce Castle (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ibrahim Ali 1,621 71.4
Labour Erdal Dogan* 1,574 69.3
Labour Sue Jameson 1,574 69.3
Green Pamela Harling 372 16.4
Conservative James Barton 268 11.8
Conservative Agnieszka Bielecka 221 9.7
Conservative Niveda Moorthy 205 9.0
Liberal Democrats Alison Prager 164 7.2
Liberal Democrats Alex Sweet 137 6.0
Liberal Democrats Matthew Fenby Taylor 132 5.8
Turnout 2,271 25.43
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Erdal Dogan was a sitting councillor for Seven Sisters ward

Crouch End

Crouch End (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Cressida Johnson 2,278 49.7
Labour Lester Buxton 1,960 42.7
Liberal Democrats Luke Cawley-Harrison* 1,942 42.3
Labour David Mason 1,911 41.7
Liberal Democrats Elizabeth Payne 1,871 40.8
Liberal Democrats Josh Dixon* 1,690 36.8
Green Paul Wilkinson 1,095 23.9
Conservative David Ritchie 264 5.8
Turnout 4,588 45.08
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Liberal Democrats win (new boundaries)

Luke Cawley-Harrison was a sitting councillor for Crouch End ward

Josh Dixon was a sitting councillor for Alexandra ward

Fortis Green

Fortis Green (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Dawn Barnes* 1,979 47.1
Labour Joy Wallace 1,823 43.4
Labour Mark Blake* 1,743 41.5
Liberal Democrats Matthew Bentham 1,705 40.6
Liberal Democrats Viv Ross* 1,664 39.6
Labour Sean O'Donovan 1,652 39.3
Green Colin Ettinger 865 20.6
Conservative Elliot Hammer 311 7.4
Conservative Julian Sherwood 305 7.3
Turnout 4,202 45.41
Liberal Democrats win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Dawn Barnes was a sitting councillor for Crouch End ward

Mark Blake was a sitting councillor for Woodside ward

Viv Ross was a sitting councillor for Fortis Green ward

Harringay

Harringay (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Anna Abela 1,941 52.9
Labour Gina Adamou* 1,832 49.9
Labour Zena Brabazon* 1,829 49.8
Liberal Democrats Karen Alexander 1,210 33.0
Liberal Democrats David Schmitz 1,055 28.7
Liberal Democrats Ryan Mercer 948 25.8
Green Adam Frantzis 874 23.8
Women's Equality Sarah Mills 382 10.4
Conservative William Hull 176 4.8
Conservative Nihat Donmez 167 4.5
Conservative Jethro Rasmussen 146 4.0
Turnout 3,672 37.22
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Gina Adamou and Zena Brabazon were sitting councillors for Harringay ward

Hermitage & Gardens

Hermitage & Gardens (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Julie Davies* 1,318 67.2
Labour Mike Hakata* 1,187 60.6
Green Anne Clark 493 25.2
Green Alfred Jahn 252 12.9
Liberal Democrats Mark Alexander 145 7.4
Liberal Democrats Katherine Hamilton 145 7.4
Conservative Claudia Matthews 129 6.6
Conservative Catherine El-Gamry 127 6.5
Turnout 1,960 30.02
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Julie Davies and Mike Hakata were sitting councillors for St Ann's ward

Highgate

Highgate (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Nick da Costa* 1,840 46.5
Liberal Democrats Marsha Isilar-Gosling 1,702 43.0
Liberal Democrats Scott Emery* 1,641 41.5
Labour Maria Jennings 1,560 39.4
Labour Ahmed Mohammed 1,249 31.6
Labour Mark Grosskopf 1,223 30.9
Green Ian Dick 930 23.5
Conservative William MacDougall 527 13.3
Conservative Nathan Steinberg 480 12.1
Turnout 3,958 40.06
Liberal Democrats win (new boundaries)
Liberal Democrats win (new boundaries)
Liberal Democrats win (new boundaries)

Nick da Costa was a sitting councillor for Alexandra ward

Scott Emery was a sitting councillor for Muswell Hill ward

Hornsey

Hornsey (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Adam Jogee* 2,919 65.1
Labour Dana Carlin* 2,789 62.2
Labour Elin Weston* 2,690 60.0
Liberal Democrats Lexi Rose 750 16.7
Green Mary Hogan 695 15.5
Liberal Democrats Jeremy Cunnington 641 14.3
Green Peter Budge 632 14.1
Green Meghana Duggirala 629 14.0
Liberal Democrats Matthew Kichenside 605 13.5
Conservative John Blandos 300 6.7
Conservative Peter Forrest 272 6.1
Turnout 4,482 39.93
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Dana Carlin, Adam Jogee and Elin Weston were sitting councillors for Hornsey ward

Muswell Hill

Muswell Hill (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Pippa Connor* 1,546 49.5
Labour Cathy Brennan 1,298 41.5
Liberal Democrats Brian Bogdanovich 1,294 41.4
Labour Sahabuddin Molla 1,027 32.9
Green Tom Hoyland 564 18.0
Conservative Xander Phillips 263 8.4
Turnout 3,126 47.36
Liberal Democrats win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Pippa Connor was a sitting councillor for Muswell Hill ward

Noel Park

Noel Park (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Peray Ahmet* 1,849 71.9
Labour Emine Ibrahim* 1,773 68.9
Labour Khaled Moyeed* 1,626 63.2
Liberal Democrats Matthew Amos 514 20.0
Liberal Democrats Anthony Powell 506 19.7
Liberal Democrats Asha Kaur 496 19.3
Conservative Ben Obese-Jecty 301 11.7
Turnout 2,573 27.34
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Peray Ahmet, Emine Ibrahim and Khaled Moyeed were sitting councillors for Noel Park ward

Northumberland Park

Northumberland Park (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Bevan* 1,751 73.4
Labour Kaushika Amin* 1,748 73.3
Labour Ajda Ovat 1,658 69.5
Green Marit Leenstra 307 12.9
Conservative Daniel Babis 264 11.0
Conservative Calum McGillivray 234 9.8
Conservative Mitty Ragnuth 187 7.8
Liberal Democrats Ron Aitken 184 7.7
Liberal Democrats Bob Lindsay-Smith 161 6.8
Liberal Democrats Valerie Mortimer 161 6.8
Turnout 2,384 25.83
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Kaushika Amin and John Bevan were sitting councillors for Northumberland Park ward

Seven Sisters

Seven Sisters (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Barbara Blake* 1,272 72.9
Labour Michelle Simmons-Safo 1,113 63.8
Green Rosie Pearce 367 21.0
Conservative Rachel George 185 10.6
Conservative Stephen Noble 152 8.7
Liberal Democrats Lydia Hirst 123 7.1
Liberal Democrats Jim Jenks 69 4.0
Turnout 1,744 28.33
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Barbara Blake was a sitting councillor for Seven Sisters ward

South Tottenham

South Tottenham (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sheila Peacock* 1,784 68.0
Labour Charles Adje* 1,769 67.4
Labour Makbule Gunes* 1,737 66.2
Green Abigail Dodd 446 17.0
Conservative Shloime Royde 421 16.0
Conservative Daniel Lake 402 15.3
Conservative Massimo Rossini 393 15.0
Liberal Democrats Paul Conyers 156 5.9
Liberal Democrats Joan Lindeman 148 5.6
Liberal Democrats Gavin Rosenthal 123 4.7
Turnout 2,624 26.81
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Charles Adje was a sitting councillor for White Hart Lane ward

Makbule Gunes was a sitting councillor for Tottenham Green ward

Sheila Peacock was a sitting councillor for Northumberland Park ward

St Ann's

St Ann's (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Holly Harrison-Mullane 1,188 54.5
Labour Tammy Hymas 1,050 48.2
Green Emma Chan 938 43.0
Green Harry Chrispin 735 33.7
Liberal Democrats Paul Dennison* 147 6.7
Liberal Democrats Cara Jenkinson 143 6.6
Turnout 2,179 31.42
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Paul Dennison was a sitting councillor for Highgate ward

Stroud Green

Stroud Green (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Alexandra Worrell 2,132 55.8
Labour Eldridge Culverwell* 2,000 52.3
Labour George Dunstall 1,827 47.8
Liberal Democrats Joanna Kerr 1,303 34.1
Liberal Democrats Tom Hemsley 1,166 30.5
Liberal Democrats David Beacham 1,121 29.3
Green Cedd Burge 1,009 26.4
Conservative Daphne Forrest 135 3.5
Conservative Loretta Mitchell-Mahmud 119 3.1
CPA Helen Spiby-Vann 59 1.5
CPA Amelia Allao 51 1.3
Turnout 3,824 43.91
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Eldridge Culverwell was a sitting councillor for Stroud Green ward

Tottenham Central

Tottenham Central (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Felicia Opoku* 2,004 72.5
Labour Isidoros Diakides* 1,950 70.5
Labour Matthew White* 1,735 62.7
Green Obi Obedencio 677 24.5
Liberal Democrats Matthew Evans 276 10.0
Liberal Democrats Julia Ogiehor* 263 9.5
Conservative Agnieszka Adrjanowicz 260 9.4
Conservative Charles Everett 247 8.9
Liberal Democrats Simon Fuchs 226 8.3
Conservative Queenjane Tobin 203 7.3
Turnout 2,765 27.57
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Felicia Opoku and Matthew White were sitting councillors for Bruce Grove ward

Isidoros Diakides was a sitting councillor for Tottenham Green ward

Julia Ogiehor was a sitting councillor for Muswell Hill ward

Tottenham Hale

Tottenham Hale (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ruth Gordon* 1,396 74.5
Labour Reg Rice* 1,206 64.3
Labour Yannis Gourtsoyannis 1,201 64.1
Green Paddy Ellen 319 17.0
Green Adam Clarke 281 15.0
Conservative Georgios Dristas 170 9.1
Liberal Democrats Isabella Gavazzi 163 8.7
Conservative Peter Gorski 161 8.6
Liberal Democrats Jean-Philippe Chenot 154 8.2
Conservative Jay Simoes 141 7.5
Liberal Democrats Andrew Thomas 126 6.7
Turnout 1,875 27.15
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Ruth Gordon and Reg Rice were sitting councillors for Tottenham Hale ward

West Green

West Green (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Seema Chandwani* 2,213 74.4
Labour Sarah Williams* 2,201 74.0
Labour Nicola Bartlett 2,198 73.9
Liberal Democrats Kathy Riddle 404 13.6
Liberal Democrats Gregory Hirst 325 10.9
Conservative Sharon Cronin 310 10.4
Conservative Fatma Cin 303 10.2
Liberal Democrats Richard Siemicki 258 8.7
Conservative Caesar Lalobo 250 8.4
Turnout 2,974 21.48
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Seema Chandwani and Sarah Williams were sitting councillors for West Green ward

White Hart Lane

White Hart Lane (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Yvonne Say* 1,779 62.6
Labour Anne Stennett* 1,723 60.7
Labour Ahmed Mahbub 1,712 60.3
Independent Gideon Bull* 630 22.2
Conservative Bradley Fage 374 13.2
Conservative Jeremy Krynicki 333 11.7
Conservative Neil O’Shea 329 11.6
Liberal Democrats Elizabeth Blackett 318 11.2
Liberal Democrats Paul Head 225 7.9
Liberal Democrats Adam Perry 214 7.5
Turnout 2,840 29.55
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Gideon Bull and Anne Stennett were sitting councillors for White Hart Lane ward

Yvonne Say was a sitting councillor for Bounds Green ward

Gideon Bull was elected in 2018 as a Labour councillor

Woodside

Woodside (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Lotte Collett 2,077 67.3
Labour Lucia Das Neves* 2,073 67.2
Labour Thayahlan Iyngkaran 1,770 57.4
Green Jarelle Francis 711 23.0
Liberal Democrats Sam Fisk 454 14.7
Liberal Democrats Shelley Salter 440 14.3
Liberal Democrats Paul Negus 402 13.0
Conservative Eva Carr 373 12.1
Conservative Shanuk Mediwaka 291 9.4
Turnout 3,085 30.33
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)
Labour win (new boundaries)

Lucia Das Neves was a sitting councillor for Woodside ward

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