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Featured Consultations & Surveys

Closed Consultations & Surveys

  • Pavement licence objection form

    Pavement licences have been introduced by government to facilitate the safe reopening of eligible hospitality establishments as Covid-19 lockdown measures are being relaxed. The licence grants businesses permission to place tables and chairs on certain public footways and highways adjacent... More

    Closed 30 September 2022

  • Hoxton Community Pilot Autumn 2022

    Our Resident Participation team is in conversation with local residents and providers to bring a number of activities to local community halls this Autumn. We want these to attract and support a diverse group of our residents - and this will be best achieved if we co-develop the programme to... More

    Closed 11 September 2022

  • Bridge House Consultation

    Following the completion of the regeneration project on Bridge House in 2019, the contractor Mulalley made £5,000 available to be used for a community-building activity for residents living in Brooklime House, Burdock Court, Chervil House, Featherfew Court and Wintergreen Court. Now that... More

    Closed 11 September 2022

  • Wayman Court and Graham Road

    Keeping Hackney building – an invitation to discuss the opportunities for new Council homes at Wayman Court and Graham Road Hackney is facing a severe shortage of genuinely affordable homes for local people. That’s why the Council has led the way in building a new generation of... More

    Closed 7 September 2022

  • Resident Engagement Strategy Consultation

    Last year, Housing Services ran the largest consultation we have ever carried out to find out your views on how we talk and listen to people living in Hackney Council homes. Thousands of you - including people who don’t normally get involved in our services - gave us your views. The new... More

    Closed 4 September 2022

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 you for feedback on our design proposals to improve the play area in Clapton Square.  

You said

24 local children, young people and families fed into the design process, helping to shape a set of designs to take out to public consultation. A further 101 people fed back on the design proposals, which included installing new equipment and creating a new entrance and a pathway.

Read the consultation report

We did

As a result of the consultation we are introducing more challenging equipment for older children. We are also reviewing the amount of sand on site, the surfacing underneath equipment, the design of the climbable entrance and solutions to make the shelter more welcoming and less of a focus for anti social behaviour.  

Work will start in autumn 2022. 

https://hackney.gov.uk/clapton-square

We asked

We asked you for feedback on our design proposals to improve the play area in Stoke Newington Common.

You said

96 local children, young people and families fed into the design process, helping to shape a set of designs to take out to public consultation. A further 129 people fed back on the design proposals, which included installing new equipment and making the landscape more playable.

Read the consultation report

We did

As a result of the consultation we have made a number of design changes including; keeping the play area fully enclosed; additional toddler swings and a trampoline.

Work is planned to begin on building the play area autumn 2022.

https://hackney.gov.uk/stoke-newington-common

We asked

We asked you for feedback on our design proposals to improve the play area in Haggerston Park. 

You said

78 local children, young people and families fed into the design process, helping to shape a set of designs to take out to public consultation. A further 103 people fed back on the design proposals, which included making it bigger, adding more equipment so that it appeals to a wider age range of children and making it more accessible.

Read the consultation report

We did

As a result of the consultation we have made a number of design changes adding trees for shade and more equipment for older children, including more swings to create spaces where they can hang out and have fun as well as the play area’s younger users. 

Work is planned to begin on building the play area autumn 2022.

https://hackney.gov.uk/haggerston-park