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  • Wick Woodland/Hackney Marshes PSPO 2022

    In response to the numerous complaints relating to antisocial behaviour and unauthorised events in Wick Woodlands, Hackney Marshes, Millfields, Daubeney Fields and Mabley Green over the last few years, the Council and police recommend the introduction of a new Public Space Protection Order (PSPO). The new PSPO would provide officers with a more effective tool to protect residents and prevent environmental and wildlife damage in the area. Following consultation, a PSPO for the Wick... More
    Closed 19 July 2022
  • Improvements To Your Waste and Recycling Facilities - Estates Recycling Programme Phase 5 engagement sessions registration

    Waste and Recycling in Hackney Most household waste can be recycled and the Council is aiming to recycle 31% of all waste by 2022. The recycling rate on our proposed estates is currently established as 11.6%, so we are working hard to make recycling easier for residents. Estates have historically had a lower recycling rate performance in comparison to street level properties due to the following key factors: An overcapacity for waste and low capacity for recycling... More
    Closed 12 July 2022
  • Haggerston Park Audrey Street School Removal Options

    In September 2017 a temporary school was erected in a hardstanding area on the edge of Haggerston Park whilst a permanent new school (City of London Academy) was built in Shoreditch Park. The temporary school is located on the eastern boundary of Haggerston Park. The land has not been fully open for public use for many years. After being used as a depot by the Council’s parks team, it housed a temporary school for a year in 2007. After that it was used by Hackney BMX Club as a storage... More
    Closed 10 July 2022
  • Have your say on the future of parking permit prices

    Last year we invited you to take part in a consultation on proposals setting out the future of parking in Hackney. These proposals are contained in our draft Parking and Enforcement Plan 2021-26 (referred to from here as the PEP) and its appendices . The PEP is the Council’s primary parking policy and strategy document governing parking-related decisions. Following this consultation, and having reviewed the feedback provided, we are inviting you to give us your views over a... More
    Closed 6 July 2022
  • A Community Garden for Amwell Court Estate

    Local residents have approached Hackney Council's Resident Participation team with the proposal of developing a community gardening project in the green area backing onto the New River at Amwell Court Estate. We invite you to share your views on this proposal by completing the survey below. We are also interested to hear from residents who would like to rebuild a resident group to represent Amwell Court Estate. More
    Closed 30 June 2022
  • A Community Garden for St. Andrews Mews and Sandford Court

    Local residents have approached Hackney Council's Resident Participation team with the proposal of using the walled space adjoining St. Andrew's Mews even numbers as a community garden and food growing space. We want to hear from residents living at St. Andrews Mews even numbers and Sandford Court about what you think of this idea. We would also like to hear from residents who want to be involved in setting up a Tenants and Residents Association for these areas. More
    Closed 30 June 2022
  • Overview and Scrutiny Public Consultation

    Every May at the start of each municipal year the Overview and Scrutiny (O&S) function asks local residents, partner organisations, council officers, and stakeholders to highlight areas of concern or make suggestions for a scrutiny review or smaller investigation. Overview and Scrutiny is a function within Hackney Council that holds the decision makers (called the Executive) to account for the services the Council delivers. The Cabinet, led by the Mayor of Hackney, is responsible for... More
    Closed 30 June 2022
  • Parking permit prices - engagement sessions

    Last year we invited you to take part in a consultation on proposals setting out the future of parking in Hackney. These proposals are contained in our draft Parking and Enforcement Plan 2021-26 (referred to from here as the PEP) and its appendices . The PEP is the Council’s primary parking policy and strategy document governing parking-related decisions. Following this consultation, and having reviewed the feedback provided, we are inviting you to give us your views... More
    Closed 28 June 2022
  • Draft Contaminated Land Strategy (CLS)

    Over the past year, we have been working to update the Council’s Contaminated Land Strategy (CLS). This strategy sets out the Council’s approach to addressing any potential land contamination in the borough. The revised draft takes into account new laws and regulations that have helped to tackle contaminated land and ensure the environment remains protected, sustainable and safe to build on. This draft establishes a process for inspecting and dealing with any contamination... More
    Closed 5 June 2022
  • Barriers to digital tech employment and skills survey

    Hackney council is committed to closing the skills gap to help residents get new skills, retrain and progress into good jobs - including in our local digital tech sector and digital tech jobs across industries. Examples of digital technology jobs and skills include cyber security, digital marketing and social media, web and app developers, data analytics, games developers, cloud computing, software engineers and developers, and many more. We would like you to complete this short... More
    Closed 27 May 2022
  • Employer survey - Barriers to local recruitment for digital tech

    Hackney Council is committed to working with local employers and educators to help our diverse communities get in-demand digital tech skills and progress into good jobs. We know businesses in Hackney aspire to have a workforce that mirrors the local labour market. They want to hire employees who reflect all community groups because improving diversity, equity, and inclusion is not only the right thing to do, it's also good for business. Research shows that having a diverse workforce... More
    Closed 26 May 2022
  • Advocacy Services in Hackney

    Hackney Council is looking at advocacy services in the borough and wants to make sure that the services we offer help the people who need it. We also want to make sure the services are the best they can be. If you or someone you know uses adult advocacy services in Hackney then we want to hear from you. People who use these services include older people, homeless people, people with mental health issues, people with learning disabilities, people who are isolated or unable to get... More
    Closed 1 April 2022
  • 2021/22 Post Audit Survey

    Dear Colleague. To help us assess and improve the quality of the Council’s internal audit service, please complete this questionnaire. Please assess the quality and value of the recent work undertaken for you by Internal Audit More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • Hackney Downs Play Area

    In 2021 we adopted a new 10 year Parks and Green Spaces Strategy, which includes a commitment to creating more welcoming spaces and continuing to work with children, young people and their families to improve them. We are already improving play areas at Clapton Pond, Haggerston Park, Clapton Square, Stoke Newington Common and Butterfield Green and in 2022 we are undertaking improvement works to a further four play areas: Clapton Common, Hackney Downs, Stonebridge Gardens aka Snake Park... More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • Well Street Common Play Area

    In 2021 we adopted a new 10 year Parks and Green Spaces Strategy, which includes a commitment to creating more welcoming spaces and continuing to work with children, young people and their families to improve them. We are already improving play areas at Clapton Pond, Haggerston Park, Clapton Square, Stoke Newington Common and Butterfield Green and in 2022 we are undertaking improvement works to a further four play areas: Clapton Common, Hackney Downs, Stonebridge Gardens aka Snake Park... More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • Stonebridge Gardens (Snake Park) Play Area

    In 2021 we adopted a new 10 year Parks and Green Spaces Strategy, which includes a commitment to creating more welcoming spaces and continuing to work with children, young people and their families to improve them. We are already improving play areas at Clapton Pond, Haggerston Park, Clapton Square, Stoke Newington Common and Butterfield Green and in 2022 we are undertaking improvement works to a further four play areas: Clapton Common, Hackney Downs, Stonebridge Gardens aka Snake Park... More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • Clapton Common Play Area

    In 2021 we adopted a new 10 year Parks and Green Spaces Strategy, which includes a commitment to creating more welcoming spaces and continuing to work with children, young people and their families to improve them. We are already improving play areas at Clapton Pond, Haggerston Park, Clapton Square, Stoke Newington Common and Butterfield Green and in 2022 we are undertaking improvement works to a further four play areas: Clapton Common, Hackney Downs, Stonebridge Gardens aka Snake Park... More
    Closed 31 March 2022
  • De Beauvoir Road - Proposed Traffic Management Improvements

    We are now seeking your views on our proposal to help reduce the volume of traffic using residential roads during peak hour periods. Why are these changes being proposed? The Council has received comments from local residents regarding motor vehicles using De Beauvoir Road as an alternative cut through to avoid congestion along other established routes. Issues raised included that small residential roads are used by high volumes of traffic which... More
    Closed 23 March 2022
  • Dunlace Road - Proposed Traffic Management Improvements

    We are seeking your views on the proposal to help reduce the volume of traffic and queuing on residential roads during the evening peak period. Why are these changes being proposed? The Council has received comments from local residents regarding motor vehicles using Dunlace Road to access Chatsworth Road. The main issue raised was how difficult it is for traffic to enter Chatsworth Road, which results in the buildup of queuing traffic in Dunlace Road.... More
    Closed 23 March 2022
  • Ufton Road - Public Realm Improvements

    We are looking to improve the junction of Ufton Road and Downham Road by installing permanent features to achieve a safer and more pleasant walking environment along the street, and visually connect the two halves of Ufton Gardens (the garden on one side and the basketball court on the other). We are now seeking your views on the proposals. Why are these changes being proposed? From June 2020, Ufton Road was closed to through-traffic at the junction of... More
    Closed 23 March 2022
  • Hackney Green Infrastructure Strategy

    We are consulting on the draft Hackney Green Infrastructure Strategy . This strategy brings together the Council’s aims and objectives for the borough’s green infrastructure to ensure that it is planned, designed and managed to better meet our commitments to addressing the impacts of climate change, poor health and biodiversity loss. Green infrastructure is integral and essential to the borough’s resilience, meeting its future challenges and the delivery of its wider... More
    Closed 23 March 2022
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Focus Group 2 Registration - Pregnant Women

    Take part in online focus groups to inform our public health communications campaign Register to get involved in our public health campaign targeting pregnant women, those that have used antenatal care services within the last two years and those planning to conceive in the near future. We’d like to hear your feedback on the Covid-19 vaccine to inform the development of a public health communications campaign. We’d like to hear from you, whether you have received the vaccine... More
    Closed 23 February 2022
  • Health and Wellbeing Strategy Consultation

    Hackney Health and Wellbeing Strategy: what do you think? We’re consulting on Hackney’s new Health and Wellbeing Strategy for 2022-26, a plan showing our approach to reduce health inequalities and improve the health of people who live and work in Hackney. This will set out the health and wellbeing priorities over the next four years. Health inequalities are avoidable and unjust differences in health outcomes between groups of people and communities. This Strategy does not... More
    Closed 17 February 2022
  • Mural at The Beckers

    Residents at The Beckers have been working with Hackney based street artist Giacomo Bufarini aka RUN to create a proposal for a mural to be painted on the wall of The Beckers which is facing Rectory Road. The theme of the mural will be community: 'Supporting and lifting each other up, making an effort to help and see your mates and your families rise, play and keep the child within alive'. The artist will paint the figures in the mural straight onto the bricks without a background colour.... More
    Closed 13 February 2022
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Focus Group Registration - Pregnant Women

    Take part in online focus groups to inform our public health communications campaign Register to get involved in our public health campaign targeting pregnant women and those that have used antenatal care services within the last two years. We’d like to hear your feedback on the Covid-19 vaccine to inform the development of a public health communications campaign. We’d like to hear from you, whether you have received the vaccine or not. Please invite your friends or... More
    Closed 4 February 2022
  • Business Support and Advice Needs Survey

    The Council is keen to hear from local businesses of all types and all sectors regarding your current business support and advice needs. Please complete this short survey to help us plan for any future business support initiatives. We’re interested in hearing about the types of support and advice that businesses in Hackney are looking for to help you either start, plan and grow your businesses. We’re also interested in finding out what other areas of support and advice might be useful to... More
    Closed 14 January 2022
  • Butterfield Green Cycle Path - Proposed Road Safety Improvements (Cycle path layout change and raised junction)

    We are seeking your views on proposals to improve road safety on the cycle path adjacent to Butterfield Green and the junction of Allen Road and Nevill Road and transform it into a high-quality public space. We are now seeking your views on the proposals. Why are these changes being proposed? These proposals form part of our long term vision for streets in Hackney. We want to create streets that are safe, easy to walk or cycle on, reduce vehicle... More
    Closed 19 December 2021
  • Flanders Way - Proposed Road Safety Improvements (Traffic modal filter)

    We are seeking your views on proposals to improve road safety on Flanders Way and transform it into a high-quality public space. Update: Drop-in event Following internal Council coronavirus guidance on external events, we regret to inform you that we have cancelled the d rop-in event for local residents at Gascoyne 2 Community Hall (Wick Estate, 2A Wick Road, E9 5AY) on Tuesday, 14 December 2021 from 11am - 6pm. Why are these changes being proposed? ... More
    Closed 19 December 2021
  • Hedger’s Grove - Proposed Road Safety Improvements (Traffic modal filter)

    We are seeking your views on proposals to improve road safety on Hedger’s Grove and transform it into a high-quality public space. Why are these changes being proposed? These proposals form part of our long term vision for streets in Hackney. We want to create streets that are safe, easy to walk or cycle on, reduce vehicle dominance and help to improve air quality. The Council’s Transport Strategy recognises that roads and streets in our... More
    Closed 19 December 2021
  • Bus Priority Proposal for Kenton Road - Bus stand

    We are seeking to gather your views on proposals to improve the local road network and make the section of Kenton Road by the triangle safer. This will enable buses to turn around from the new bus stand on Kenton Road without being obstructed by parked cars. Why are these changes being proposed? The Council is committed to making Hackney’s roads safer for everyone living, working and visiting the borough as well as promoting public transport and... More
    Closed 19 December 2021
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