If you are a Hornsey & Wood Green resident, Catherine may be able to help with a problem you are having. However, Catherine is unable to help personally with disputes between individuals and private companies, ongoing legal cases and overturning decisions made by the courts.
Catherine holds regular advice surgeries by telephone and in person. Appointments must be pre-booked and are available:
- Telephone Appointments
2nd Friday of each month from 10am-11.30am
- In-person Appointments* in Wood Green
4th Friday of the month from 10am-11.30am
To arrange an appointment, please contact her office by email in the first instance. Please say in your email that you would like a surgery appointment, and include details of your problem as well as your full address in the constituency.
If you do not have access to email, please call Catherine’s office.
Please read the information below before requesting an appointment.
*These arrangements are kept under constant review and, in the event of any future Covid-19 restrictions, all appointments will take place by telephone.
If you have a housing related issue, please contact Haringey Council, your housing association or one of your local Councillors first.
Your Councillors have been directly elected to represent people in your area to Haringey Council. If you are unsure who your local Councillors are, please visit the Haringey websiteand enter your postcode. Follow the link, which will give you details of your Councillors and their own surgeries.
If you have exhausted the Council’s complaints procedure you may wish to consider contacting the Housing Ombudsman.
If you have pursued your case with your local Councillor but are still unhappy, you can contact Catherine via email.
If you have an problem that concerns immigration, Catherine may be able to help. She is not able to help with form filling or legal representation, but can make appeal representations.
Catherine can make enquiries about the progress of applications with UK Visas and Immigration, but can only do so in instances where a decision has not been made within the standard timescale stated by the Home Office for their turnaround of applications.
Other organisations that may be able to help are:
- St James’s Church Legal Advice Centre can offer legal advice.
- Haringey Migrant Support Centre can offer legal advice and assist with form filling.
If you have an issue regarding benefit payments, you should contact Citizens Advice Bureau before getting in touch with Catherine.
If you have an issue regarding housing benefit or council tax your local Councillors should be able to assist. If you are unsure who your local Councillors are, please visit the Haringey website and enter your postcode.
If you are unsure of what benefits you are entitled to, the Citizens Advice Bureau will be able to offer full advice on your entitlements.
Registering to vote
If you are not registered to vote in Hornsey & Wood Green but you live in the constituency, you can do so by visiting: http://voting.haringey.gov.uk/register-to-vote/