Consultation Hub

Welcome to our Consultation Hub.

You can view and respond to all of the council's current consultations.

Once a consultaton has closed, we publish the results and our next steps so you can see how we've used your feedback.

Featured Consultations

Open Consultations

  • North East Peckham Parking Zone 'T' Review and Extension

    We are proposing to implement parking restrictions to prioritise parking for residents in the streets south of Old Kent Road. At the same time we would like to review the existing parking restrictions in Trafalgar zone (T). Permit requirements were removed in 2006 and we... More

    Closes 3 April 2020

  • Our Healthy Streets - Dulwich (Phase 3)

    We want to hear your views on draft proposals to improve roads in the Dulwich area. Everything in this survey will be subject to modelling and further consultation before implementation. Objective In response to concerns from local residents, we are proposing an area-wide approach in... More

    Closes 3 April 2020

  • Mason House - How would you improve your estate?

    Our residents across Southwark are concerned about housing. That’s why we’re building 11,000 new council homes in the borough by 2043 - 2,500 of these by 2022. It’s a big goal, but it’s crucial if we’re going to tackle the housing crisis and make sure our residents have... More

    Closes 20 April 2020

  • Southwark Housing Strategy 2020 - Your chance to have your say

    Please note: the closing date for this consultation has been extended to 1st May. Help us make sure Southwark's housing strategy is clear and comprehensive by giving us your views on the principles and commitments. In 2015 Southwark Council agreed a housing strategy to 2043. The... More

    Closes 1 May 2020

  • Statement of Community Involvement

    The Statement of Community Involvement explains how you can get involved in planning matters. Its key purpose is to: Give details about the opportunities you have to help make plans, policies and decisions that can affect your community and where you live Show... More

    Closes 30 June 2020

Closed Consultations

  • East Street improvements

    Southwark Council is closing Blackwood Street and Walworth Place to vehicle access as a trial. The road closure aims to achieve the following objectives: • Make East Street Market and the surrounding area safer by stopping through-traffic on residential streets • Make East Street... More

    Closed 29 March 2020

  • Nursing Care Charter-management

    We’re committed to improving the quality of care for residents and families living in residential and nursing care homes in Southwark. In order to do this we would like to better understand the views and experiences of: residents and families, using nursing or residential... More

    Closed 27 March 2020

  • Shape our Nursing Care Charter for residents and families

    We’re committed to improving the quality of care for residents and families living in residential and nursing care homes in Southwark. In order to do this we would like to better understand the views and experiences of: residents and families, using nursing... More

    Closed 27 March 2020

  • Nursing Care Charter - staff

    We’re committed to improving the quality of care for residents and families living in residential and nursing care homes in Southwark. In order to do this we would like to better understand the views and experiences of: residents and families, using nursing or residential... More

    Closed 27 March 2020

  • Travel Assistance Policy 2020

    Southwark Council is proposing to make changes to its Travel Assistance Policy for young people aged between 5 and 25 years old to ensure that it is up to date, is in line with guidance from the Department for Education, and is clear and transparent to service users and/ or their parents and... More

    Closed 27 March 2020

We Asked, You Said, We Did

Here are some of the issues we have consulted on and their outcomes. See all outcomes

We Asked

What time of day are you able to leave waste out for collection in the morning and evening?

You Said

  • In the morning between 8am and 9am
  • In the evening between 6pm and 7pm

We Did

  • We listened to the views expressed by residents and businesses
  • We will use the most popular suggestions (as above) for the Camberwell Town Centre scheme
  • As with other areas that benefit from the scheme, there will be no waste or large commercial waste bins on the streets of Camberwell Town Centre for most of each day
  • These arrangement will make the area cleaner and more pleasant for everyone

UPDATE:

Southwark Council has made the decision to postpone the roll-out of the timed waste collection scheme to Camberwell in response to the current impact COVID-19 (coronavirus) is having.

The current government advice is for non-essential businesses to close and for people to stay at home unless they are travelling for the reasons given in the guidance. It is essential for us as a council to follow the government advice regarding staff, and the stay at home requirement, in order to limit the spread of the virus.

We Asked

We asked Walworth residents to give us their ideas for the new Library and Heritage Centre

You Said

You provided a huge range of ideas and suggestions, which you can read in the report here.

But our No.1 message to take away is:

We have a big place in our hearts and minds for libraries and museums and the role they play in communities. We are excited by the opportunities this new facility brings to Southwark and Walworth.

We Did

All the ideas you provided will be shared with the design team who are developing the concept design for the new Library and Heritage Centre. This design will be brought back to the community later in the year.

We Asked

We are proposing to amend the approved design for the junction tables on Balfour Street with John Maurice Close, Henshaw Street and Chatham Street to reduce the level of disruption on residents.  We asked which option you prefer and how the disruptions would affect you.

You Said

We received a total of 72 responses:

Balfour Street, John Maurice Close and Henshaw Street – 40 responses

38% supported Option A (block tables)

63% supported Option B (asphalt tables) 

Surrounding Streets – 32 responses

84% supported Option A (block tables)

22% supported Option B (asphalt tables) 

We Did

We have reviewed all the feedback we received and given particular consideration to the residents of Balfour Street, John Maurice Close and Henshaw Street, particularly those residents with disabilities.  Considering all the feedback received a decision has been made to amend the approved design and proceed with Option B (asphalt tables).

Please refer to the Balfour Street Raised Table Summary Report for further details regarding the feedback we received.