Haringey Council serves over a quarter of a million people living and working in this North London borough. The council’s activities are varied and diverse, but current priorities include:
- Housing – working for safe, stable and affordable homes for everyone, whatever their circumstances
- People - building a Haringey where strong families, strong networks and strong communities nurture all residents to live well and achieve their potential
- Place - building strong and connected communities where people can lead active and healthy lives in an environment that is safe, clean and green.
- Economy – enabling a growing economy that provides opportunities for all our residents and supports our businesses to thrive.
'Our homes should be places where we feel happy and safe, but as our needs change they need to adapt with us - and that can be hard. We believe that technology can play a key role in supporting people in living their best lives independently at home and we are excited to be part of the TAPPI2 Project working with our residents and expert partners to test and design solutions. Haringey has long been committed to understanding and deploying technology that promotes independence and safety, building on this experience and our understanding that one size does not fit all.'
Caroline Humphrey, Transformation Project Lead, London Borough of Haringey
This TAPPI project is delivered in partnership with One Housing and The Connected Care Service.
TAPPI Phase 2 is funded by The Dunhill Medical Trust (DMT) and supported by the Housing LIN and the TSA.
Following the recruitment of a Co-Production and Engagement partner, an Evaluation and Shared Learning partner, and 6 locality 'testbeds', the programme is co-produced with the successful applicant organisations over a 12-15-month period.