Council management

How the council is run, the chief executive, the senior management team.

The London Borough of Haringey is a unitary authority, meaning that we provide the majority of public services you receive. The London Borough of Haringey is often called 'the council', and is managed by:

  • council employees (officers)
  • the chief executive
  • the senior management team

Council employees (officers)

The council has people working for it (often called 'officers') to:

  • give advice
  • implement decisions
  • manage the day-to-day delivery of its services

Some officers have a specific duty to make sure that the council acts within the law and uses its resources wisely. Our constitution governs relationships between officers and councillors.

The chief executive

The head of the council is known as the chief executive. The Chief Executive of the London Borough of Haringey is Andy Donald.

The senior management team

There are 6 officers who work closely with the chief executive. They are known as the senior management team:

  • Director of Placemaking and Housing – David Joyce
  • Director of Finance – Jon Warlow
  • Director of Children’s Services – Ann Graham
  • Director of Adults, Health and Communities – Beverley Tarka
  • Director of Environment and Resident Experience – Barry Francis
  • Director of Culture, Strategy and Engagement – Jess Crowe

Senior management pay

You can also find information about senior management pay bands.

Elected councillors

The council is made up of 57 elected councillors, representing 21 Haringey wards. Each ward has either 2 or 3 councillors. Decisions are made by councillors in committees and boards.

Find out more about your local councillors.