Final recommendations for the resetting of Haringey’s ward map were released in December by the Boundary Commission.
In our part of the world there is a bit of morphing from the earlier proposals (see here for versions), and across the Borough things have changed – largely because the Commission tore up all their own rules. So, it’s still a 57 member council but instead of 19 3-member wards, there are now 21 wards, including 6 2-member wards (for example, Muswell Hill), while the stipulation of no more than +/- <5% variance from electorate averages has disappeared (Stroud Green is 10% under the line, Hornsey is 8% above, becoming the most populous ward in Haringey).
Why they asked people to contribute to the debate under rules so easily abandoned is a good question, though I think we should be grateful that the Commission hasn’t proposed a single member ward, as they have done for the Camden side of Highgate.
Here’s the new map.