Open Consultations

  • Piano People, Rally Festival, Body Movements and Bermondsey Carnival 2024

    On a case by case basis the council sometimes holds ticketed events in its parks. We do this for three main reasons. One is to bring culture close to home. T he council and our communities value the benefits that arts and culture bring to Southwark. We want our borough to celebrate and amplify its unique characteristics and diversity, for local people to come together to enjoy cultural activities and for our parks and open spaces to be welcoming,... More
    Closes 1 March 2024
  • Peckham Area Character Study

    Tell us your thoughts on Peckham We want the views of the people who live, work in and visit Peckham on: the buildings, spaces and places what works well in the design of the areas and what doesn’t. The survey will help us make decisions about the area about what we should protect, and what we should try to change. Click on the link at the bottom of the page to choose an area on the map and complete a short survey. We look forward to hearing from you by... More
    Closes 15 March 2024
  • Community Legal Advice Services Survey

    Southwark Council has been committed to supporting universal, free at point of access legal advice for residents experiencing issues with benefits, housing, immigration and other social welfare areas for many years. In addition to Council provided services, the Council also contracts to support residents with independent, community-based services. These services are divided into two contracts: The generalist service, which supports residents to identify issues and provides... More
    Closes 17 March 2024
  • Rotherhithe Streets for People - Controlled Parking consultation

    Dear resident, We would like your views on whether or not we should introduce a controlled parking zone (CPZ) in your area. In 2016 we consulted on a parking scheme in your area, however, there may have been changes over the years, which have added to the parking pressure in the area, and as such we are consulting you again. We know that in areas with CPZs (70% of the borough) residents have seen a range of benefits including fewer commuters taking up parking... More
    Closes 17 March 2024
  • Streets for People in the East Dulwich Area

    Tell us what you think about the proposed final designs for the Streetspace measures in the East Dulwich area. Back in 2020, we introduced traffic filters on a number of streets in the East Dulwich area, creating a network of low traffic streets that are quieter and easier for people to walk and cycle. These filters were made permanent after consultation. Now we are going to replace the current temporary layout with permanent features. This will transform... More
    Closes 18 March 2024
  • Streets for People - What do you want in your neighbourhood?

    In this survey, tell us what Streets for People features you would like to see on your street and in your neighbourhood - open until March 2024. As part of Streets for People, we want to see real changes on every street, neighbourhood and estate in Southwark, that support:- Cleaner air Safer and quieter streets with less traffic and fewer accidents Healthy travel options like walking, cycling or wheeling Greener, and more pleasant spaces for our communities to... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Streets for People - see what we have done already

    The map below shows the wide range of Streets for People schemes that we have already undertaken since 2020. Click on the different features in the key, or zoom in to look at your area. Now you can tell us about features you would like to see in future in your neighbourhood by completing our survey . More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Young people, we want to hear from you!

    This survey is for all young people (under 18) in Southwark. It is important that young people are involved in decisions that impact their futures and their voices are heard. This is why we have designed a survey for young people. The survey asks about what improvements you would like to see in your street. It also asks about your experience of walking and cycling and how this can be improved. The survey takes 6 minutes to fill out. More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Streets for People - What else is going on?

    As well as the surveys and other engagement activities you can find on this site, there are lots of other Streets for People activities going on throughout the year. You can see all the latest news on the Southwark Council website Streets for People page . Some of these activities are permanent infrastructure schemes which you can read about on the Street Improvements page. But we also have a range of other activities and offers to help people make the shift to Streets for... More
    Closes 31 March 2024
  • Care Awards 2024 - nominations

    Southwark Council is organising the Southwark Care Awards to recognise the contribution of both paid and unpaid carers in our local communities. The event will celebrate the impact that these everyday heroes have and ensure that care workers in Southwark feel valued and appreciated. Thanks to generous sponsorship contributions from United St. Saviours... More
    Closes 7 April 2024
  • Let's talk about Adult Social Care services

    Supporting all of our residents to thrive over the course of their lifetimes – to start well, live well, and age well – is a key priority in Southwark. We know that the best way to achieve this is by working together. Everyone has a role to play in helping each other to live a good life including residents, family and friends, communities, high quality adult social care services, the wider Council, and other public sector partners – like the NHS. Adult social... More
    Closes 9 April 2024
  • Suggest a name for future public buildings and spaces in Southwark

    We are creating a bank of future names for new public buildings and spaces in Southwark. As part of Southwark Stands Together we are looking at our streets and shared spaces and how they can be changed to celebrate diversity We need to change our approach to naming local streets and buildings, to make sure they reflect diverse communities Naming Guidance Having a strong connection to Southwark (or at least South... More
    Closes 19 April 2024
  • Streets for People - What is it all about?

    Our Streets for People strategy sets out a bold vision and a firm commitment to improve our residents' quality of life, by changing how we all travel and use streets in our borough. Southwark is facing significant social, environmental and health challenges. We have already seen how these are impacting the daily lives of our residents. We have heard from people in Southwark, and we know we need to act on climate change, air and noise pollution, as well as our mental and physical health.... More
    Closes 30 April 2024
  • Southwark Maternity Commission

    Share your experience of maternity care in Southwark We know that not everyone has a good experience of maternity care during pregnancy and the first few months after birth. We have set up a commission to investigate maternity care in Southwark and make recommendations about how services can better meet our resident’s needs. Who we want to hear from We want to hear from women and people who have had a pregnancy and their families’ experiences both positive and... More
    Closes 31 July 2024
  • Southwark Maternity Commission-workforce survey

    Share your experience of delivering services to women and people who give birth and their families in Southwark We know that not everyone has a good experience of care during pregnancy and the first few months after birth. We have set up a commission to investigate maternity care in Southwark and make recommendations about how services can better meet our resident’s needs. Who we want to hear from We want to hear from those delivering services to women... More
    Closes 31 July 2024
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