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This site will help you find and participate in consultations that interest you.
Consultations provide you with an opportunity to have your say. They also help us to find out what you think and to understand your priorities and concerns.
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Featured Consultation: Richmond Cycling Strategy Consultation
Richmond’s Cycling Vision is:
To get more people cycling more often by making cycling easier, safer and more integrated.
Whether you cycle or not we would like to hear what you think about how we can improve cycling in Richmond borough.
Please complete the survey to give us your views.
Consultation ends in 29 days (27/11/2016)
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Draft Cycling Strategy Drop-in Event at Ham Library
Fri 4 Nov 2016Part of consultation: Richmond Cycling Strategy Consultation
Draft Cycling Strategy Drop-in Event at Teddington Baptist Church
Tue 8 Nov 2016Part of consultation: Richmond Cycling Strategy Consultation
- Draft Cycling Strategy Drop-in Event at Ham Library
Open Consultations RSS Feed for open consultations
Title Date Ends Mortlake Green Playground Improvement 31 Oct 2016 Retirement Housing Review 4 Nov 2016 Future Planning Framework for the Old Deer Park 4 Nov 2016 Development Control for Noise Sensitive and Noise Generating Development 11 Nov 2016 Townshend Community Parking Zone (CPZ) Extension 11 Nov 2016
Closed Consultations RSS Feed for closed consultations
Title Date Closed Hampton Draft Village Planning Guidance (Supplementary Planning Document) 21 Oct 2016 Hampton Hill Draft Village Planning Guidance (Supplementary Planning Document) 21 Oct 2016 Electric Vehicle Recharging Strategy 2016-2026 21 Oct 2016 Installation of Fitness Equipment at North Sheen Recreation Ground 17 Oct 2016 Richmond Childrens Centre Service Reorganisation Consultation 30 Sep 2016
We Asked, You Said, We Did
Below are some of the issues we have recently consulted on and their outcomes.
- We Asked:
Whether the replacement of the fitness equipment at this site would be supported by residents and park users and if so, what would be the preferred options in terms of layout, design and equipment. The community were also asked for their views on the possible installation of a path to link both sides of the park and improve access around the perimeter for all users.
- You Said:
77% of respondents were in favour of the proposed replacement of the fitness equipment and in terms of layout and design the trim trail layout and brightly coloured design were the most popular. The top five pieces of equipment selected by respondents were cross trainer, pull up bar, stepper, bicycle and body twist. 85% were in favour of a new tarmac path being installed.
- We Did:
Following the consultation, the Council’s Parks and Open Space team are working with the Friends of Murray Park on a specification to obtain quotes for the equipment, with installation of the new facilities planned for later in 2016. Funding has also been sought for the footpath, again with the aim to install over winter.
During the consultation process, we ask for your feedback, you tell us and then we make positive changes. Public participation is key to our work. See what happens with We Asked, You Said, We Did.