Haggerston Baths Consultation

Closed 5 May 2017

Opened 13 Mar 2017

Results Updated 13 Jun 2017

The results of the Haggerston Baths consultation which closed in May are now available. Residents were able to comment on two shortlisted proposals to redevelop the historic building. The report suggests a proposal that offers more mixed use and flexible space whilst also being sensitive to the building’s architecture would be more popular with residents. The Council has passed the findings onto the two developers to consider before submitting their final proposals. Council officers will assess the final submissions and make a recommendation to Cabinet, which will take the final decision.

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Overview

The aim of this project is to identify a long-term and self-sustaining future for the Haggerston Baths building and preserve public access to this unique and much loved Hackney asset.

Why We Are Consulting

The Council has shortlisted two proposals to redevelop the Haggerston Baths building and would like to hear your views before deciding on what proposal is most suited to Hackney residents.

Please take the time to read the developers proposals below and then tell us what you think by completing the survey.

We are also hosting two drop-in events and a panel Q&A discussion - please see details below.

What Happens Next

The results of the consultation will be compiled and issued to the developers, who will consider the feedback and make any amendments to their proposals as they see fit. Council officers will assess the final submissions and make a recommendation to Cabinet, which will take the final decision.

Events

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Community groups/ organisations
  • Faith groups
  • VCS groups/ organisations
  • Staff
  • Trade unions
  • Electors
  • Residents
  • Asylum seekers & refugees
  • BME people
  • Carers
  • Children
  • Council tenants
  • Council leaseholders
  • Expert stakeholders
  • Students
  • Service users
  • Non-service users
  • General public
  • Gypsies and travellers
  • Internet users
  • LGBT - Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered people
  • Men
  • Women
  • Older people
  • Patients
  • People with disabilities
  • Parents

Interests

  • Health and wellbeing
  • Planning
  • Sport & leisure