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  • Marlborough Avenue Cycle Permeability

    The Council is committed to making Hackney’s roads safer for everyone living, working or visiting the Borough. Helping to create an environment that will encourage more walking and cycling is a key part of the Council’s Transport vision and an essential part of Hackney’s Community Strategy. To achieve this the Council has developed a programme to improve accessibility and permeability for cyclists around the borough, addressing locations where cycle access is restricted or difficult... More
    Closed 2 March 2015
  • Private Rented Sector Housing (PRS)

    The Council is currently reviewing the services we offer to tenants and landlords in the private rented sector. As part of our review, we are considering whether a discretionary licensing scheme might improve standards in the private rented sector in Hackney. We therefore want to hear your views about the Borough’s Private Rented Sector (PRS) and how it might be improved. Initially we are looking to gather information about the PRS in Hackney. Our survey is seeking views about how... More
    Closed 3 March 2015
  • Safeguarding Adults survey

    Abuse is when someone does or says things that make you upset or hurt you, or when they take things from you. There are people and organisations that can help you to stop or report abuse. This survey asks a few questions about you and your understanding of abuse and how to report it. This survey is anonymous. No one will be able to identify you from your answers and your participation is voluntary. You may choose not to take the survey, to stop responding at any time, or to skip... More
    Closed 22 March 2015
  • What matters most to you in Hackney?

    The borough’s scrutiny councillors need to know your views From housing and council budgets, to health and education, we want to know what your top priorities are, as part of an annual survey to shape next year’s scrutiny work programme. Scrutiny Commissions are made up of councillors who work across party political lines to investigate issues of local concern, and they would like your suggestions on what you want to see reviewed from June this year. Good scrutiny plays an... More
    Closed 29 May 2015
  • Grants Review - Residents Questionnaire

    Changing the strategic priorities and beneficiaries of the Councils open grants programme We are reviewing the open competitive grants that voluntary organisations and community groups (VCS) can apply to for funding and we are currently consulting with local groups. This questionnaire gives residents an opportunity to give their views on some changes we are proposing to the strategic priorities for these grants and who should benefit from them. Currently the VCS have to demonstrate in... More
    Closed 10 June 2015
  • Clissold Park Runners Survey

    Clissold Park opened in 1889 and the park remains one of the most popular in Hackney and last year received over 3 million visits. Many of the park’s visitors enjoy taking part in physical activity with running being particularly popular. We want to ensure runners have the best possible experience at Clissold Park and we welcome your views in our survey. More
    Closed 20 June 2015
  • Primary School Profile

    The primary school profile will be used to help allocate resources and support relating to healthy lifestyles within City & Hackney primary schools. More
    Closed 7 July 2015
  • Wick Road Improvement Scheme - Two Way Road Proposal

    Hackney Council is committed to promoting sustainable forms of travel such as walking, cycling and using public transport. Road network changes which improve safety and accessibility for all users are important to achieving this aim. What is this consultation about? This consultation is about gathering views from the public on proposals for Wick Road and Brookfield Road. More
    Closed 10 July 2015
  • Rookwood Road Bus Routes 318 & 349 Extension

    This consultation document outlines Hackney Council’s proposals for bus stop improvement measures in Rookwood Road to allow the extension of bus routes 318 & 349. More
    Closed 15 July 2015
  • Advice Services in Hackney 2015 - Residents' Survey

    We are reviewing the grants available to voluntary organisations and community groups for providing advice services in Hackney. This questionnaire gives you an opportunity to tell us about your experiences of accessing advice in Hackney. More
    Closed 31 July 2015
  • Licensing Consultation

    Licensing Consultation Update: Wednesday 12 August 2015 Please read before completing the consultation: Proposal to re-consult on licensing policy in 2016 Hackney is one of London’s top night-time destinations, and over the past four years it has seen the number of alcohol and entertainment licences rise by a quarter. Now, the Council wants your views on proposals that aim to manage the growth of borough’s vibrant nightlife while balancing the needs of residents. ... More
    Closed 14 August 2015
  • Gambling Policy Review 2015

    Hackney Council is the Licensing Authority under the Gambling Act 2005. This gives the Council responsibility for issuing gambling premises licences and a range of permits to local authorities. Since 2007 the Council’s Licensing Committee has been responsible for granting premises licences for: Bingo premises Betting premises, including tracks (for e.g. horse or dog racing) Amusement arcades As well as issuing a range of permits and notices for gambling activities.... More
    Closed 4 September 2015
  • Hackney Workers Transport Survey 2015

    Hackney Council wants to find out how you get to work as part of a huge borough-wide survey to encourage greener travel. If you work in Hackney, take the survey and you can win £100 cash prize and employers can apply for grants of up to £2,000 towards sustainable transport promotion or facilities. In order to apply businesses will need at least 30 per cent of their employees to respond. The survey will help the Council understand how people travel to work, what would encourage people... More
    Closed 30 September 2015
  • North London Waste Plan

    The North London Boroughs of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Hackney, Haringey, Islington and Waltham Forest are consulting on the North London Waste Plan (NLWP). The NLWP is a strategic land use plan for the next 15 years which proposes sites and areas where future development of waste management facilities may take place. It also sets out policies to determine any planning applications for development of new waste management facilities. We recently wrote to... More
    Closed 30 September 2015
  • Anti-social behaviour (CSSI review - Ward Panel Chairs)

    The Community Safety and Social Inclusion Commission is conducting a review of the range of new powers introduced by the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. The purpose of the review is to understand the legislative changes, policy, and performance of the ASB service and to gain an understanding of new measures available to the council to tackle ASB. The review will also seek to understand how to balance enforcement and support, how the new powers are being used and whether... More
    Closed 1 October 2015
  • Waste and recycling for blocks of flats

    Tell us about waste and recycling where you live. We want to hear from you about how we can improve your recycling facilities, so please complete the survey to be in with a chance of winning £50 in a prize draw! More
    Closed 1 October 2015
  • Dalston Western Curve - Ashwin Street Public Realm Improvement

    Dalston is a key retail area in the borough benefiting from a new overground station at Dalston Junction as well as the development at Dalston square. The council is committed to promoting business activity to maintain the areas’ economic vitality, as a result the council has recently given planning permission to redevelop two sites situated in the east and west of Kingsland high street known as Dalston Western Curve. As part of the planning consent, the council has agreed to undertake... More
    Closed 2 October 2015
  • Step into Summer

    Thank you for participating in the Step into Summer Challenge 2015! We hope you enjoyed the challenges and are continuing the great work you’ve already started: moving more, sitting less, eating well, and stressing less. We would appreciate it if you took a few minutes to complete this survey to tell us your thoughts on the campaign. More
    Closed 5 October 2015
  • Downs Road - Rendlesham Road Junction Raised zebra crossing proposals

    The Council is committed to making Hackney’s roads safer for everyone living, working or visiting the borough. Helping to create an environment that will encourage more walking and cycling is a key part of the Council’s Transport vision. To achieve these aims, the Council has developed a programme of schemes to provide a safer and more accessible street environment for all users. The Council recently received a signed petition from a large number of residents and other members of the... More
    Closed 9 October 2015
  • Stage One consultation on the Introduction of Parking Controls in the Zone N Displacement area (Kings Park and Lea bridge)

    Parking Services are consulting residents and businesses in the Lower Clapton, Leabridge and Marsh Hill areas on the introduction of parking controls. More
    Closed 11 October 2015
  • Stage One consultation on the Introduction of Parking Controls in the Zone D north Displacement area (Hackney Downs Ward)

    Parking Services are consulting residents and businesses in the uncontrolled roads between Downs Road and Brooke Road regarding the introduction of parking controls. More
    Closed 11 October 2015
  • Stage One consultation on the Introduction of Parking Controls in the Zone E Displacement area (Stoke Newington)

    Parking Services are consulting residents and businesses in the uncontrolled roads in the Rectory Road area regarding the introduction of parking controls. More
    Closed 11 October 2015
  • Licensing 'Mini' Consultation

    Background Information in relation to the Draft Policy The Licensing Act 2003 requires each local authority to publish a Statement of Licensing Policy and review it at least once every five years, this process also requires there to be a consultation on any Policy to be introduced. The Statement must establish the principles to be applied when determining applications under the Act, such as applications for the sale/supply of alcohol, regulated entertainment and the provision of late... More
    Closed 12 October 2015
  • Sustainable Design and Construction Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

    The Council has prepared the Draft Sustainable Design and Construction SPD to inform the Energy and Sustainability policies set out within Hackney’s adopted Core Strategy and the Development Management Local Plan. This Draft SPD is intended to provide guidance on how sustainable design and construction can be embedded into development in Hackney. It has multiple audiences - the public, developers, and those submitting planning applications. It identifies the most important matters... More
    Closed 22 October 2015
  • Hackney: A place for everyone?

    Tell us your stories There has been a lot of change in Hackney over the last 10 to 15 years, so we would like to hear from local residents about what this means for them. The Council's Chief Executive, Tim Shields said: “So much has changed in Hackney in recent years. We want to give local people the chance to share their thoughts and feelings about the change. Much of the change has been positive, but Hackney faces many challenges: an affordable housing crisis, a growing... More
    Closed 5 November 2015
  • Review of Parking Zone D (Hackney North, Central and South) - For Hackney Central and Hackney South residents / businesses only

    Parking Zone D Central and D South residents / businesses only As part of the Parking and Enforcement Plan (PEP) we have promised to review parking zones (PZ) to ensure that the parking controls in the area continue to meet the needs of residents and businesses. The review process is a great opportunity for us to hear about your parking experience within your zone and how it has worked for you. Over the years parking zones have expanded around zone D. As part of this... More
    Closed 15 November 2015
  • Review of Parking Zone D (Hackney North, Central and South) - Zone D North residents / businesses only

    Parking Zone D North residents / businesses only. As part of the Parking and Enforcement Plan (PEP) we have promised to review parking zones (PZ) to ensure that the parking controls in the area continue to meet the needs of residents and businesses. The review process is a great opportunity for us to hear about your parking experience within your zone and how it has worked for you. Over the years parking zones have expanded around zone D. As part of this review, we... More
    Closed 15 November 2015
  • Have your say on parking in Hackney

    Consultation extended to Monday 16 November 2015. Hackney Council is reviewing its Parking and Enforcement Plan (PEP) 2015-20. The PEP presents an overview of the policy and procedural basis which will guide the Council’s parking related decisions and presents a number of recommendations. We are also developing a parking charter to demonstrate how we deliver parking services fairly. We want to hear from local residents, businesses and visitors to the borough on our proposals. The... More
    Closed 16 November 2015
  • Stage One consultation on the Introduction of Parking Controls in the Stamford Hill area (Cazenove, Stamford Hill West Wards)

    Parking Services are consulting residents and businesses in the uncontrolled roads between Amhurst Park, Clapton Common and Manor road, Northwald Road regarding the introduction of parking controls. More
    Closed 29 November 2015
  • The Narrow Way (Mare Street)

    The Narrow Way is the retail heartland of Hackney Central. It is widely used by the community and has a rich cultural and architectural identity. To help fulfil its potential and improve the look and feel of the street, the Council is proposing to create a more attractive, social, accessible and functional public space, which will bring long-lasting benefits for residents and businesses. The Narrow Way is valued for its vibrant diversity and we aim to enhance this by creating an... More
    Closed 30 November 2015
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