Your Vision Your Twickenham Survey

Closed 31 Mar 2017

Opened 17 Feb 2017


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 and enhance your areas character
  • Aspirations for your community that contribute to its character and feel to make it a desirable place to live such as strengthening opportunities to get involved or tackling isolation for the elderly

The current Village Plan can be viewed at

The plan includes a vision for how the area will develop in the future. It also identifies key issues, priorities and opportunities in your area, and ways to get involved.

This is the first stage of consultation when we would like your views on your local area and community today and for the future. Your feedback will be used to update the Village Plan and to inform the development of a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) which will help to define in more detail the character of different areas of Twickenham. This is a formal planning document which will need to be taken account when making decisions on planning applications.

For the areas of Twickenham that will be covered by the SPD please see the consultation material published alongside this survey. The second stage of consultation will focus solely on the SPD for Twickenham and will take place later in 2017 before it is adopted.

Have your say

Please read through the consultation material below and complete the online survey by 31st March 2017.

We will be holding several drop-in events - please see details below. The consultation material will also be displayed at the drop-in events and if you prefer you can return your completed survey at one of the drop-in events or by post to:  

Consultation Team, Richmond Council, 3rd floor Civic Centre, 44 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BZ.



  • Twickenham Village


  • Residents
  • Businesses
  • Community groups
  • Developers


  • Parks & Open Spaces
  • Planning and Property
  • Traffic and Transport
  • Crime and Community Safety
  • Health and Wellbeing