Following a review of the comments received during the previous play consultation , Richmond Council are proposing a number of additional play and fitness items on Mortlake Green. With the Section 106 funding that is earmarked to spend on such improvements, the Council would like to propose the...More
Nominate pavements for repair
Residents concerned about the condition of pavements in their local area can now nominate them for repair until 31 March 2017.
In our local Residents Survey, people highlighted that the condition of pavements was among their top concerns. In response, the...More
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
The Council is re-consulting on a proposal to introduce “no waiting at any time” restrictions in the junction areas along the section of Priory Road between the junctions with Percy Road and Tudor Road, as well as introducing a short section of limited 30 minute parking outside of the shops at...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
London Borough of Richmond upon Thames would like to consult residents on introducing Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO) to help the police and Council tackle anti-social behaviour on public land. A PSPO is a new measure, created by the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, that...More
The Council, as the Licensing Authority under the Licensing Act 2003, is now undertaking a consultation process to review and update its Statement of Licensing Policy.
As such, we would like to hear views from local busineses, local residents and responsible authorities on these proposals.
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 has been carrying out a number of improvements to the High Street in Hampton Hill as part of the High Street Uplift scheme. As part of these major refurbishment works, the carriageway is being resurfaced from March 19 th and following this, we will be implementing a new layout for...More
Community Links help promote community involvement by keeping local communities informed about what the Council is doing, by building a better understanding of what community activity is already happening, helping identify and promote opportunities for local people to get involved and helping...More