About Enfield & Haringey

The Enfield and Haringey constituency in North London is made up of the London Boroughs of Enfield and Haringey and is home to around 500, 000 residents. Both Boroughs have a rich cultural diversity with large Turkish, Turkish Cypriot, Greek, Caribbean, African and Bangladeshi communities. Being served by the Piccadilly Line, the Victoria Line, First Capital Connect, National Express East Anglia, the North Circular and the M25 , the constituency benefits from excellent transport links.

Enfield is one of London’s largest boroughs with a population of nearly 300 000, yet also one of the greenest. An outer London Borough, Enfield has an abundance of open space and green land, which make up two thirds of the total land area. Some of Enfield’s main places of interest include Forty Hall, Capel Manor, Myddleton House and Gardens, Trent Country Park and the Royal Small Arms Factory.

Haringey is situated between inner and outer London and features high wooded ground in the west around Highgate and Muswell Hill and flatter, more densely populated areas in the east near the River Lea. Some of the main places of interest include Alexandra Park and Palace, Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, Highgate Wood  and Highgate Cemetery.