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  • Request parking controls

    If you currently live in an area which is experiencing high parking stress, you can request for parking controls for your road using the online questionnaire below. The feedback received will be assessed periodically to identify areas where we have received a high number of requests. If you would like parking controls introduced on your road urgently, we would also recommend that you start a petition with your neighbours. The petition should include the name of the street and times... More
    Closes 31 December 2060
  • Parking Permit System – Survey

    Tell us what you think We’re keen to hear your thoughts on your new Permit system. If you’ve got a couple of spare minutes, we’d really appreciate you giving us your feedback! Please note: We may use your feedback anonymously, in future communications campaigns. More
    Closes 31 December 2025
  • Experimental School Street SS50 at Clapton Girls’ Academy

    Hackney Council is gathering views on School Street zone SS50 at Clapton Girls’ Academy. A School Street is where a road, or some roads, temporarily becomes a Pedestrian and Cycle Zone during school opening and closing times, whilst maintaining access for residents, pedestrians and cyclists. The purpose of School Streets is to tackle congestion, improve road safety, air quality and accessibility, and encourage active and sustainable travel for the journey to school. Why we are... More
    Closes 22 July 2024
  • Experimental School Street SS51 at Hackney New Primary School

    Hackney Council is gathering views on School Street zone SS51 at Hackney New Primary School. A School Street is where a road, or some roads, temporarily becomes a Pedestrian and Cycle Zone during school opening and closing times, whilst maintaining access for residents, pedestrians and cyclists. The purpose of School Streets is to tackle congestion, improve road safety, air quality and accessibility, and encourage active and sustainable travel for the journey to school. Why we are... More
    Closes 22 July 2024
  • Experimental School Street SS52 at Grasmere Primary School

    Hackney Council is gathering views on School Street zone SS52 at Grasmere Primary School. A School Street is where a road, or some roads, temporarily becomes a Pedestrian and Cycle Zone during school opening and closing times, whilst maintaining access for residents, pedestrians and cyclists. The purpose of School Streets is to tackle congestion, improve road safety, air quality and accessibility, and encourage active and sustainable travel for the journey to school. Why we are trialling... More
    Closes 22 July 2024
  • Home to School Travel Policy Consultation

    We are carrying out a consultation on a new “Home to School” travel policy for children and young people in Hackney. This is mainly for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). You can read the consultation paper on the new policy here . And can read the draft policy itself in full here . Why a new policy? Last summer, the Department for Education published new guidance that tells councils what they must do by law and what... More
    Closes 26 April 2024
  • Children's Centres Consultation

    The Council proposes to make changes to the way some of its children’s centres deliver nursery provision to children aged between 6 months and 5 years. These include the addition of a specialist provision for children with SEND. The proposals affect the following Children's Centres: Hillside Children's Centre Oldhill Children's Centre Fernbank Children's Centre Sebright Children's Centre Please read the consultation proposals before sharing your views.... More
    Closes 24 April 2024
  • TRA Model Constitution and Code of Conduct Consultation

    This is a consultation for all Tenants and Residents Associations in the borough. It is important that TRAs consult their members and ask for their opinions and feedback on the consultation questions before filling out the survey. Background In December 2022, Hackney Council adopted the new Resident Engagement Strategy. The strategy was co-produced with residents and reaffirms our commitment to get residents more involved in influencing our services and enhancing the quality of... More
    Closes 14 April 2024
  • Hoxton East Area Travel Survey

    A greener, healthier Hoxton East Early last year, the Council’s Cabinet approved plans to reduce traffic and cut pollution in more areas of the borough to help reduce our impact on climate change and support more people to walk, shop and cycle locally. One of these areas is the Hoxton East area, which is bounded by the A10, Old Street, East Road, New North Road and Regent’s Canal. This forms part of our plans to reduce overall traffic in Hackney by 15% by 2026. What is this... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Help reimagine Amhurst Road

    Welcome to the online survey which aims to inform the design of proposals to make a greener, healthier Pembury Circus and Amhurst Road. This survey will take approximately 7 minutes to complete. The purpose of this survey is to collect local opinions on how we can make the most of the new public spaces that will be created and what your priorities are for the design of this new green route through Hackney Central. Hackney Council launched the Hackney Central Conversation in July... More
    Closes 8 March 2024
  • Reimagine Amhurst Road

    Big changes are coming to Hackney Central, which will mean cleaner air, less traffic, and better facilities for the community. At the heart of this transformation will be a reimagined Amhurst Road – made possible by redesigning Pembury Circus to make it safer for pedestrians and cyclists and significantly reducing traffic. These changes will create opportunities for new pocket parks, greenery and seating along Amhurst Road, and a new public space in the heart of Hackney Central... More
    Closes 8 March 2024
  • Frampton Park

    What we’re doing Since 2011, Hackney has led the way in building new council homes. Our innovative, in-house building programme is now followed by other councils across London and the UK. So far this has delivered more than 1,000 new homes, prioritising council homes for social rent. At Frampton Park we’re making the most of land at four locations to build more than 100 much-needed new homes, with almost two-thirds of these genuinely affordable. Why we’re doing it... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Ash Grove bus garage

    Consultation has already begun. Sign up for email updates to hear more . What we’re doing As the Ash Grove bus garage site is a redevelopment site in the Local Plan, Hackney Council’s planning team are creating new planning guidance for the land at Ash Grove bus garage and the transport depot next door on Andrews Road, called a Supplementary Planning Document. The new Supplementary Planning Document will guide future planning applications on the site and inform what... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • New homes programme

    Consultation has already begun. Sign up for email updates to hear more. What we’re doing Since 2011, Hackney has led the way in building new council homes. Our innovative, in-house building programme is now followed by other councils across London and the UK. So far this has delivered more than 1,000 new homes, prioritising council homes for social rent. Between 2022 to 2026, we want to deliver 1,000 new homes for social rent – including a new homes programme... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Repurposing Council-owned land

    Consultation is expected to begin in early 2024 What we’re doing As well as the many projects happening now, we’re also exploring opportunities for longer-term changes on Council-owned land in Hackney Central. The Council owns three sites in Hackney Central that have been allocated as suitable sites for potential new development in Hackney’s Local Plan, including: The car park at the northern entrance to Hackney Central station on Amhurst Road The southern... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Morning Lane Tesco store

    Consultation is expected to begin in spring 2024 What we’re doing In 2017, the Council bought the land at 55 Morning Lane, home to the large Tesco supermarket, to ensure it had more control over what could be built in a key town centre location after Tesco announced its intention to find a buyer for the site. We are now working to appoint a development partner to work in partnership to develop the site, with a commitment to putting the priorities of the local community... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Hackney Town Hall Square

    Consultation is expected to begin in early 2024 What we’re doing Hackney Town Hall Square is the focal point of Hackney Central, linking the Grade II listed Hackney Town Hall, the historic Hackney Empire and vital community facilities like Hackney Central Library and the Hackney Museum. To maximise the potential of the square, we’re investing in improvements to create a better space for cultural events and an inclusive space for all parts of the community. Why... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Kings Hall Leisure Centre

    Consultation is expected to begin in early 2024 What we’re doing We’ve appointed a design team to develop initial plans to refurbish and improve Kings Hall Leisure Centre. The plans are not yet funded but we are determined to secure and improve the building for the community. Why we’re doing it Kings Hall Leisure Centre has been at Hackney’s heart for generations - with thousands of you learning to swim, going to classes or using the gym in this historic... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Reimagining Hackney Museum

    THIS CONSULTATION IS NOW CLOSED! What we’re doing We’re developing ambitious plans to transform Hackney Museum so residents can engage with the museum’s collections and local histories in new and interesting ways. Our plans include: a new permanent exhibition sharing stories of migration and settlement from prehistory to modern day a redeveloped community room an improved shop enhanced digital activities so more people can access Hackney’s... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Hackney Downs station gateway

    Consultation is expected to begin in Winter 2023 What we’re doing While less busy than Hackney Central station, Hackney Downs station is used by thousands of residents, visitors and commuters daily, and is one of the top 100 busiest stations in the UK. That’s why we’re investing in public spaces around Hackney Downs station to create a better gateway into the area and respond to feedback about difficulty accessing the station. Why we’re doing it Despite... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Hackney Central station gateway

    Consultation is expected to begin in Autumn 2023 “Hackney Central station (or at least the approach to it) needs drastically improving to welcome visitors from outside the area. It would also greatly improve the experience for commuters and make Hackney Central a more viable place to work long-term.” What we’re doing Hackney Central station is the main arrival point for many people into the town centre, used by tens of thousands of people every day. The station has... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
  • Hackney Central green corridor

    The consultation is now live, click here to find out how to get involved! What we’re doing We’re delivering on longstanding commitments to make the Amhurst Road and Pembury Circus greener and safer to create a new green corridor through the heart of Hackney Central. This will include: Turning the main road along Amhurst Road between Mare Street and Pembury Circus into a green route with new pocket parks, greenery and seating Redesigning Pembury Circus... More
    Closes 29 February 2024
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