Closed Consultations

  • Queen's Road area controlled parking consultation

    Southwark Council is carrying out a public consultation in the Queen's Road area to gather your views on the implementation of a permit parking scheme - in particular, the days and hours of operation of the proposed zone, which will help us better design a scheme to suit the area. A parking consultation was carried out in the area in 2017 of which the outcome was not to progress a permit scheme but to introduce yellow lines to aid access and improve road safety. Further... More
    Closed 9 June 2023
  • Nunhead controlled parking consultation

    Southwark Council is carrying out a public consultation in the Nunhead area to find out your views on the implementation of a permit parking scheme. Due to the parking pressure expected as a result of new developments in the area and the council's aim to encourage the use of more sustainable modes of transport, we are consulting on permit parking schemes across Southwark, including in your area. This is your opportunity to have your say:- If you live... More
    Closed 9 June 2023
  • Frederick's Playground Design Proposal

    Fredrick’s Playground is a former adventure playground, currently in poor condition and closed since 2020. The playground is bordered by Chapter Road to the north, Westcott Road to the east, and a residential property to the south. An access road to the Doddington Grove housing estate forms the western boundary of the site, with Pasley Park located north. What you have told us Earlier last year, we carried out a first round of public... More
    Closed 8 June 2023
  • Rotherhithe to Peckham Cycle Route Consultation

    We are proposing to implement a new cycle route between Rotherhithe and Peckham. The aims of this proposal are to: provide a signed route for those cycling between the key areas of Peckham and Rotherhithe improve cycle safety in Southwark and reduce on-street collisions improve street design for those walking, cycling and wheeling connect up existing routes This route extends for over two miles and we welcome your... More
    Closed 28 May 2023
  • Harper Road improvements

    We are proposing to make some improvements to the street environment and layout on Harper Road, in the Elephant and Castle area. We are looking to improve the environment of the street, providing better crossing facilities, improving the feeling of safety, and reducing traffic speeds. Harper Road forms part of the route for Southwark Spine, the key strategic north to south cycling route. This aims to provide a safe, direct and comfortable walking and... More
    Closed 21 May 2023
  • Do you want a Community Garden on Fendall Street

    Tell us what you think about proposals to set up a community garden at Fendall Street on the St Saviour's Estate. As part of the new development happening on the estate we are proposing to transform the below patch of land into a community garden. (proposed location of community garden) These have been successful on other estates, giving local people something interesting to do together and an opportunity to grow their own food. (example of a... More
    Closed 17 May 2023
  • Proposed installation of a bike hangar/s where you live 2023

    Use this form to comment on the bike hangar(s) that have been proposed for where you live. Part of the council’s commitment to supporting healthier forms of travel, funding has been awarded for bike hangars across the borough. We will be looking to install the new bike hangars in several locations shown in the maps below. More
    Closed 15 May 2023
  • Traffic measures at junction of Wild's Rents and Long Lane

    Tell us what you think about proposals to close a section of Wild's Rents to motor vehicles, and introduce a raised zebra crossing on Long Lane. Local people have told us that they find it difficult to cross Long Lane at this location. We have also observed many vehicles misusing the one-way system in Wild’s Rents, making it unsafe for all road users. We are proposing to raise a 20m section of Wild’s Rents and pave it with footway materials, closing it to motor... More
    Closed 14 May 2023
  • Hate Crime Conference 20th April 2023

    This form is for people who attended the faith leaders conference, Thursday 20 April 2023. We would really appreciate your sparing a few minutes to give us feedback on how you felt the conference went for you. Your feedback will help our aim to plan for a better event next time! This feedback is being carried out by our community safety team at Southwark Council. We look forward to hearing from you by the closing date of Friday 12 May 2023. More
    Closed 12 May 2023
  • Southwark Statement of Licensing Policy 2021-2026 (Cumulative Impact Area Review)

    The Licensing Act 2003 came into effect on 25 November 2005. The Act introduced a regime for the licensing of alcohol, regulated entertainment and late night refreshment, to be administered by the local licensing authority. Under the Act, cumulative impact is the potential impact on the promotion of the licensing objectives of a significant number of licensed premises concentrated in one geographical area, which goes beyond that which can be dealt with via... More
    Closed 17 April 2023
  • Bird in Bush Road School Street Proposal

    Tell us what you think about plans for a proposed 'School Street' on Bird in Bush Road. We have worked with Camelot Primary School to develop plans that will improve safety for pupils travelling to school and remove traffic cutting through on this road. The proposal includes the use of physical barriers - such as bollards - to prohibit motor vehicles at all times between the junction with Green Hundred Way/Naylor Road and close to Commercial Way. Emergency services, school... More
    Closed 16 April 2023
  • Southwark Scheme for Financing Schools Consultation (maintained schools only) 2023-24

    Local Authorities (LAs) are required to publish Schemes for Financing Schools, setting out the financial relationship between them and the schools they maintain. The School and Early Years Finance Regulations (England) 2021, Schedule 5 sets out the minimum content of those schemes. The DfE provides Statutory Guidance (Issue 14, updated 31 March 2022) about the contents, but there is local discretion on some aspects of it. In making... More
    Closed 6 April 2023
  • Getting school children and young people involved in Southwark 2030

    It is really important that we hear from children and young people. They are the future of Southwark. We have designed a school activity pack to help teachers get their pupils involved. The link below will allow you to upload pictures and other documents that your pupils have created (up to a maximum size of 25Mb for each file). If you want to send us a video, please use the email address . Return to main page More
    Closed 3 April 2023
  • Southwark Climate Day Event Feedback

    Thank you for attending the Southwark Climate Day on Saturday 11 March. We’re committed to holding an event like this on tackling the climate emergency every year, so it’s important for us to understand how you found the event. More
    Closed 1 April 2023
  • Host a Southwark 2030 listening event

    Would you like to help us hear from your friends, neighbours or community about what they would like Southwark to be like in 2030? What are listening events? It is really important that we hear from as many people as possible. Would your organisation, group or community like to get involved by talking to us about your vision for the future and how to make Southwark a better place for everyone? There are 3 options for how you can participate in a listening... More
    Closed 31 March 2023
  • Do the Southwark 2030 survey

    We want to hear from as many people as possible to help us shape the future of our borough. Answering the survey is one way to get involved. The survey will ask you to pick the topics that are most important to you and then tell us a bit more about them. It should take about 10 minutes to complete - longer if you choose more topics. At the end there are a few questions 'about you' that help us make sure we are hearing from a wide variety of people from across the borough. ... More
    Closed 31 March 2023
  • Southwark 2030 - Easy read survey

    This is a version of the survey with pictures and symbols. Tell us what you want Southwark to be like in the future Southwark Council wants your help to make a plan for the future. We want to know what matters most to you. We want to know what you want Southwark to be like in the future. We want to... More
    Closed 31 March 2023
  • Traffic measures at junction of Macks Road and Alexis Street

    Tell us what you think about proposals to close Alexis Street to motor vehicles on the eastern side of the junction with Macks Road. This junction has been temporarily closed for some time for development works. The local school, St James' Church of England Primary School, have noted a significant reduction in traffic and improvement in safety for schoolchildren at this time. Motor vehicles were previously using this route to bypass the nearby signalised junction. We are proposing... More
    Closed 26 March 2023
  • Ideas for our next Southwark Faith Leaders Conference, 2023

    Our faith leaders conferences are great opportunities to come together and build relationships, exchange information and learning, and explore how we can work with and support local faith communities to improve community life. Over the past few years, our faith strategy steering group of faith leaders and council officers have organised 'youth against violence', 'health and wellbeing', 'domestic abuse' and 'celebrating and learning together' 'climate change and cost of living... More
    Closed 24 March 2023
  • Southwark 2030 conversations

    We know Southwark is a borough of strength, resilience, and ambition. We have shown that when we work together as people, communities and organisations we can face big challenges and do great things in our borough so that's why we want to hear from you! Whilst we have now concluded our Southwark 2030 Conversations there are still plenty of ways to get involved and share your ideas and ambitions for the borough. There are three upcoming multi-ward forums (details below) which... More
    Closed 21 March 2023
  • Kingswood Estate School Street Proposals

    Tell us what you think about plans for a camera-controlled 'School Street' on the Kingswood Estate. We have held initial discussions with the schools around Bowen Drive to develop plans for a 'School Street' on the Kingswood Estate. Using Automatic Number-Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras, motor vehicles would be banned from travelling through this section of road during school opening and closing hours (up to an hour each morning and afternoon). There would be exemptions for:- ... More
    Closed 12 March 2023
  • Newington Pocket Parks

    Tell us what you think about plans for 'pocket parks' - small areas for play and rest on some of our traffic-free streets. We are proposing four new Pocket Parks in Newington that: Encourage play and physical activity for young people Provide a place to socialise, build stronger communities and enhance mental wellbeing Create safe walking and cycling routes across Newington Make our streets better adapted to climate change with rain-gardens to help with drainage, and... More
    Closed 5 March 2023
  • St George's Way Traffic Filter

    Share your views on the St George's Way Traffic Filter In early 2022, we implemented a temporary road closure on St George's Way. This closure allowed cyclists to travel along the whole stretch of road but restricted motor vehicles. We are also planning to link this cycle route up to a proposed two-way cycle track on Commercial Way – this is currently on hold because of a nearby development. The objectives of this closure are in line with our Streets for People approach,... More
    Closed 26 February 2023
  • Let's transform Peckham Rye Park Adventure playground

    Help us come up with designs to improve the adventure playground The adventure playground is located in the south east corner of Peckham Rye Park. The park is located in the Peckham Rye ward, south of Southwark. The project to improve the adventure playground will: improve the play building with general repairs and redecorations to the main room, with a new colour scheme and flooring. install new adventure... More
    Closed 20 February 2023
  • Victory Community Park - play area design consultation

    Victory Community Park – play area design consultation Victory Community Park is located close to the Elephant and Castle. The local area is undergoing major redevelopment including new homes, new roads, Elephant Park and smaller open spaces. We’ve created a final design to improve Victory Community Park and to create better connections to the local area. T he final design takes into account public feedback from three... More
    Closed 12 February 2023
  • Local Development Order - District Heating Network

    Tell us what you think about our Local Development Order (LDO) for an extension to the District Heating Network (DHN) . This consultation was approved at Cabinet on December 6 2022 and will run from December 15 2022 to February 9 2023. Local Development Orders (LDO) grant permission for a specified type of development, which means no planning application is needed. We have the right to apply conditions on the LDO to ensure that the development is acceptable in... More
    Closed 9 February 2023
  • What do you think about our Sustainable Transport Strategy?

    Southwark’s vision for equitable, green and healthy streets by 2030 Our Sustainable Transport Strategy sets out Southwark’s approach to improve people’s experience of travel to, from and around the borough. People’s wellbeing and their experiences of moving are at the heart of the strategy. This builds on the lessons learnt from the delivery of the Movement Plan 2019 and continuous engagement which took place over the past few years. When we published... More
    Closed 5 February 2023
  • Bermondsey Street Permanent Measures

    Tell us what you think In 2020 the council implemented temporary measures on Bermondsey Street to create space for social distancing, improve facilities for walking and cycling in the area and to reduce the amount of cut-through traffic. At the beginning of 2022, these measures were made permanent with a commitment to review the measures and replace them with better materials. These measures will be introduced in two phases with phase one focusing on widening the pavements and a... More
    Closed 27 January 2023
  • Leathermarket Gardens Community Hub design development

    Hopefully you have heard about the work we are doing to enhance Leathermarket Gardens and its surrounds. A local steering group developed a vision and priorities that we consulted on earlier in 2022 with over 100 people taking part. The results showed very high support for improving the local park and open space network and connections, its ecology, climate resilience, providing equal access and more social opportunities. We also heard that people love the current character of... More
    Closed 26 January 2023
  • East Dulwich 'ED' CPZ Review

    We would like your views on the East Dulwich 'ED' permit parking scheme in your area. We are aware that there may have been some recent changes in the area such as residential developments and an increase in bars and restaurants, which may have had an impact on parking. We would like to know if you would like any amendments to the controlled parking zone that you live in. At the end of this consultation period, we will put forward recommendations to the Cabinet Member... More
    Closed 2 January 2023
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