London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT) would like Twickenham residents, businesses and community groups to help with improving the Twickenham Village area. This will include helping to shape:
How current Council policy impacts on planning and development and how best to maintain...More
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT) would like Strawberry Hill residents, businesses and community groups to help with improving the Strawberry Hill Village area. This will include helping to shape:
How current Council policy impacts on planning and development and how best...More
We are now consulting on the Council’s final version of the Local Plan, which sets out a 15-year vision, strategy and planning policies to guide future development in the borough. It looks ahead to 2033 and identifies where the main developments will take place, and how places within the borough...More
Richmond Council is trying to improve food waste recycling in the borough, and we want to hear your views on how we should go about doing this. The collection of food waste directly produces energy and bio fertiliser, helping to maintain a clean and green environment.
Whether you currently...More
Talk Richmond is an innovative online community through which members can contribute to the development of Council services, campaigns and communications.
Why join Talk Richmond?
The community is a platform for members to influence Council campaigns, such as isolation and loneliness among...More
The Council would like your views on the existing 20mph zone and associated traffic calming measures on Oak Avenue and Courtlands Avenue in Hampton. This review is in response to a number of concerns raised regarding the crossing locations and effectiveness of the measures in place. The existing...More
The Council's Learning Disability Strategy for adults aims to improve the way services are delivered and expand the choice of options individuals have when choosing service accommodation. To help achieve this, the Council is proposing some specific changes to the learning disability service that...More
Over the past few months, Richmond Council has been engaging with residents and businesses in Twickenham in order to gather the creative ideas of all those who wish to see a new heart for the area. Three proposals are now on display at an exhibition in a “pop-up shop” on Church Street and can...More
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT) wants residents and businesses to help with improving the Hampton Wick and Teddington Village areas. This includes helping to shape village planning guidance that the Council will consider when deciding on planning applications, both for new...More
Your views will be used to develop the Children and Young People’s Plan (CYPP) for your borough. The plan sets out what services and support will look like over the next four years.
To help support the early development of this plan a lot of research has been done to assess what are the...More
Each year Richmond Council is required to review its school admissions arrangements. The following information will help inform you about how the admissions process works and gives you the opportunity to offer your views.
The consultation document below sets out in detail the proposed admission...More
Richmond’s Cycling Vision is:
To get more people cycling more often by making cycling easier, safer and more integrated.
The benefits of cycling for health are well known, but they also extend to the wider community - reducing road and public transport congestion, in...More
The Council is consulting local residents and businesses on a proposal to introduce a 20mph zone on Nelson Road, between Constance Road and the High Street junction. This would also include all cul-de-sacs off Nelson Road between these two points. See the plan below for the proposed extent of the...More
A Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) has been produced by the three London Boroughs of Richmond Upon Thames, Hounslow and Hillingdon in order to address common noise issues affecting all three Boroughs and assist in providing a consistent approach to development where noise is an issue.
The Council has received several requests from residents for the introduction of parking controls in Peldon Court to deter daytime non-resident parking, including commuter parking. It is understood that the level of parking by non-residents in Peldon Court has substantially increased over recent...More
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames would like to understand more about older residents' preferences for housing at present and their plans for the future. This information will help the Council to meet the expectations of older people in the Borough and estimate the demand for different...More
The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT) would like residents, businesses, community groups and organisations, and visitors to help create planning guidelines for the Old Deer Park Conservation Area. The development of a specific Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) for the Old Deer...More
Richmond Council is keen to enhance the play experience at Mortlake Green by installing a number of new play items. We propose to:
Install a new play train and platform
Install a motorbike and side car spring rocker
Install two activity panels
Richmond borough is an Air Quality Management Area, with residents frequently experiencing poor air quality which can be harmful to human health, by worsening respiratory conditions.
Both the UK Government and the Mayor of London are promoting the uptake of Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles as a...More
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT) wants residents and businesses to help with improving the Hampton Hill area. This will include helping to shape village planning guidance that the Council will consider when deciding on planning applications, both for new development and changes to...More
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames (LBRuT) wants residents and businesses to help with improving the Hampton Village area. This includes helping to shape village planning guidance that the Council will consider when deciding on planning applications, both for new development and changes to...More
As part of our commitment to continually improve our parks and open spaces and encourage healthy living, Richmond Council’s Parks team is working with the Friends of North Sheen Recreation Ground to propose a selection of new individual outdoor fitness equipment (FitPoint) within North Sheen...More
Given the current financial climate, Achieving for Children is required to deliver substantial budget savings over the next three years. A proportion of these savings will need to be made from the Children's Centre budget. In order to find these savings, Achieving for Children is proposing a...More
We are working to make Barnes Green a Dementia Friendly Park and would like to hear from people with dementia, their carers, family and friends about your experience of using the park, the barriers that you face and what we can do to improve the park for you. We have held initial...More
Proposed junction improvement scheme at Rocks Lane and Mill Hill Road, Barnes.
It has been identified that there is strong demand for improved traffic movements and pedestrian crossing facilities at the above junction. A scheme has been developed to address these concerns. In addition to...More
Over the past six months, Richmond Council and Francis Terry have been considering all the views and revising the original proposals for the Twickenham development. There have also been a number of meetings with community groups, feeding their comments into an amended concept. However, in a number...More
The Leaders of Wandsworth and Richmond Councils announced on the 23 January 2015 the creation of a shared staffing arrangement (SSA) that will deliver substantial savings to preserve front line services for both Councils.
These arrangements have developed into a ‘joint...More
Richmond Council’s current housing allocations scheme was published in 2012.
The Council is proposing to review and update its housing allocations scheme for two key reasons:
To reflect guidance issued by the Courts following recent case law in relation to the qualification...More
Hampton Hill High Street is currently undergoing major improvement works following consultation with residents and businesses in 2015.
As these works include repaving the footways, the existing trees outside 169 to 177 Hampton Hill High Street (around Tesco), require special consideration.
The Council is undertaking a parking consultation in the green shaded area shown on the attached map as part of a review of parking in the locality.
We are seeking feedback from residents and businesses in this area on whether they would wish to see a Community Parking Zone (CPZ) implemented...More