Consultation Hub

Find out about consultations taking place in your local area and participate in consultations about things that interest you.  You can search for consultations by keyword, postcode, interest etc. You can also subscribe to our RSS feed for information on our latest consultations. You can also find out how we are using the results from consultations to inform decisions.

Open Consultations
Clapton Square and Clarence Place - Environmental and cycle improvements
New council homes for Frampton Park Estate
2018/19 Post Audit Survey
Making Hackney and City of London Autism Friendly
Welcome to Hackney Event
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We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

We asked unpaid adult carers about what they think an excellent service for adult carers in Hackney would look like.

You Said

You told us your thoughts on what is working well, what the barriers are and what needs to be improved.

We Did

We have used this valuable feedback to shape the design of the new service to give carers a better service in the future.

We Asked

you to consult on our Pharmaceutical Needs Assessments (PNA) for the City of London and London Borough of Hackney.

You Said

we received one response, with no amendments to the PNA.

We Did

The PNA has now been published online, which you can view here: http://www.hackney.gov.uk/Assets/Documents/Pharmaceutical-needs-assessment.pdf

We Asked

How you travel to work and what we can to improve it.

You Said

87.5% of respondents travel to work by sustainable transport, while 12.5% drive to work. The main reasons stated for using a car are: quickest, more convenient and cheaper. The top four ways to encourage you to cycle are: better cycle routes, safer crossing/routes for cyclists, increased shower facilities at work and secure cycle parking.

We Did

We have since open applications for workplaces to apply for a grant of up to £1000 towards sustainable transport with the aim of addressing the reasons for not cycling. We also offer free cycle skills training for anyone that lives, works or studies in the borough. For more information visit: http://www.hackney.gov.uk/cycle-training.htm