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  • Nursery Row Park

    Nursery Row Park As part of Southwark’s parks and regeneration programme, we are investing in Nursery Row Park. Have your say and help us make improvements at 2 key areas Initial Proposals at East Street Entrance We have suggested changing the entrance at East Street to: • make it greener • make it more welcoming • increase the... More
    Closed 8 October 2023
  • Southwark Youth Parliament Elections 2023

    Southwark Youth Parliament (SYP) is a group of young people, elected by young people to represent the voices of young people through their schools and neighbourhoods. SYP support the Council’s engagement with young people and work on developing more exciting and involving ways of addressing priority topics that matter most to young people in Southwark. From 25 to 29 September 2023, you can have your say by voting for the people you want to represent you. We are looking for two... More
    Closed 1 October 2023
  • Cycle Route - Peckham Rye between Nunhead Lane and Stuart Road

    Tell us what you think about plans for a new cycle route (Cycle 35) along Peckham Rye between Nunhead Lane and Stuart Road. The whole route will eventually continue to Brockley Mews, but in this phase we are just looking at the section on Peckham Rye. This section will include an off-road two-way cycle lane for the length of Peckham Rye, with tactile paving at crossings to encourage people cycling to slow and look out for people walking. There will be raised road surfaces... More
    Closed 1 October 2023
  • Scott Lidgett & Wickfield play area improvements

    Tell us what you think of our design proposals In autumn 2018, we commissioned two reports by landscape architects Wynne-Williams Associates (on play spaces) and Farrah Huxley Associates (on wider Dickens Estate landscape improvements) under the banner of the Bermondsey Riverside Community Project (BRCP) . The architects consulted local people, to find out what playground improvements they would like to see. Their ideas were considered... More
    Closed 30 September 2023
  • Developing Family Hubs in Southwark Consultation

    Tell us what you think about our plans to develop Family Hubs in Southwark. What is a Family Hub? Family hubs are one-stop-shops where all families with children can access the help they need directly, or can be supported by knowledgeable people who can help you access the help you need. Family Hubs provide help and support for families with children from pregnancy, through a child's early years, and all the way through until they reach the age of 19 (or 25 for young... More
    Closed 29 September 2023
  • Let's revive Bramcote Park- Stage 3 design consultation

    Tell us what you think of our design proposals In January 2022, we commissioned architects Assemble and landscape architects Local Works, to re-design Bramcote Park, after winning an open competition, hosted by New London Architecture. Since being appointed the design team has consulted local residents, to find out what improvements to the park they would like to see. Their ideas were considered and pulled together to create a proposal that aims... More
    Closed 29 September 2023
  • Peckham Rye Park Adventure Playground Improvements

    We want to hear your views on the new design for Peckham Rye Park adventure playground. In January 2023 we consulted on making improvements to the adventure playground in addition to the outdoor facilities including the equipment and landscape. You told us; The big swings are the most popular items of equipment The zip-wire is also popular You like the open space around the equipment and the nature You wanted new... More
    Closed 19 September 2023
  • Meet the council and talk about issues that matter to disabled people

    We are going to set up a forum for disabled people in Southwark to help us do things better for disabled people, their family and carers. This will be a way for disabled people to talk directly with council staff about the things that matter to you. First meeting We are having a first meeting on 25th September in the evening, at the Southwark Resource Centre . This is to plan how our Forum is going to work. The Southwark Resource Centre is fully accessible and has quiet... More
    Closed 17 September 2023
  • Dulwich Wood Streets for People - Informal Consultation

    Tell us what you think about our Streets for People proposals for the Dulwich Wood area. What is Streets for People? You have told us you want Southwark to be cleaner, greener and safer, with more open space, and pleasant, safe streets where people want to spend time. Our streets have been dominated by parked cars for many years and we would like your help to change this so that streets can become places where people walk, talk, meet and where children play. ... More
    Closed 17 September 2023
  • Dulwich Hill Streets for People - Informal Consultation

    Tell us what you think about our Streets for People proposals for the Dulwich Hill area. What is Streets for People? You have told us you want Southwark to be cleaner, greener and safer, with more open space, and pleasant, safe streets where people want to spend time. Our streets have been dominated by parked cars for many years and we would like your help to change this so that streets can become places where people walk, talk, meet and where children play. ... More
    Closed 10 September 2023
  • Streets for People in the Dulwich Village area - Informal Consultation

    Tell us your ideas for making our streets better serve the needs of people, not cars. T his survey looks at the part of Dulwich Village ward not currently covered by a parking permit scheme, and includes plans for the introduction of a separate parking permit zone. Please note: this is being considered separately from the ongoing discussion about the new design for the Dulwich Village/Calton Avenue junction area, which we will be engaging on later this year. What is Streets... More
    Closed 10 September 2023
  • What we've done so far

    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 wanted to hear from you. Between January and April we heard from over 2,000 of you and you shared your ideas and ambitions for Southwark in 2030. 262 of you got involved through our conversation events, such as the one at the Tate in the... More
    Closed 28 August 2023
  • Southwark 2030 ambitions - 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 28 August 2023
  • Survey - Tell us what you think of our ambitions for Southwark 2030

    Between January and April over 2000 of you told us your hopes for Southwark in 2030 and we want to share what we heard. Based on what you told us , we have come up with 8 ambitions for what we want Southwark to look like in 2030. Now we we want you to tell us which of these we should prioritise, and your ideas for what this might mean for your neighbourhood. Southwark is a borough that is fair, equal and for everyone. Our shared ambition is to create a... More
    Closed 28 August 2023
  • Faith leaders conference 13 July 2023: how did we do feedback?

    Thank you for coming along to our 'faith leaders conference: food inequality and dignity', Thursday 13 July 2023. We would really appreciate your sparing a few minutes to give us feedback on how you felt the conference went for you. We’ve set up this short feedback for people to give their views anonymously (we won't be able to identify who has responded). You may find conference agenda (next page) helps you to reflect on your feedback.... More
    Closed 20 August 2023
  • Preventing Suicides in Southwark. Our strategy and action plan 2023-2028

    This survey discusses suicide and self-harm. We appreciate these topics can be upsetting, so please take care of yourself and seek help if you need it. You can find out what mental health support is available in Southwark . If you need someone to talk to right away, you can call the Samaritans 24 hours a day, 365 days a year on 116 123 (free from any phone). Every suicide is a tragic event with devastating effects on families, friends and... More
    Closed 20 August 2023
  • Tustin Estate Rebuilding Phase 1 Block Names

    Help us pick great new names for new buildings In May 2023 the majority of residents on the Tustin Estate voted to name the blocks built as part of the Tustin Estate Rebuilding project. Over the last few weeks at the Tustin drop-ins and resident meetings we've been asking people's help to narrow down a long list of lake and town names that come from Cumbria. We now have a shortlist of names ,and want your help to decide what we call the new buildings that will be built... More
    Closed 10 August 2023
  • Southwark's Local Flood Risk Management Strategy 2023-29

    Tell us what you think about Southwark's Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (LFRMS). We're keen to hear from people who live, work or visit the borough, as well as from partner organisations who will play a part in making the strategy work. Does it include the right priorities and actions for dealing with flood risks in Southwark? What is a Local Flood Risk Management Strategy? A Local Flood Risk Management Strategy is a strategic document which is required under the... More
    Closed 6 August 2023
  • Ageing Well in Southwark - Age friendly Cities

    Southwark has taken active steps to become an age-friendly place. From silver sessions at our leisure centres, to wonderful services offering opportunities to have fun and socialise, and we want to continue to build on this work. Please take some time to fill out the short survey below and help us to understand how you view the age-friendliness of the borough. We believe if we make Southwark a better place for older people, we make it better for everyone! ... More
    Closed 6 August 2023
  • Nunhead Cemetery Conservation Management Plan (CMP) public consultation

    Nunhead Cemetery Conservation Management Plan (CMP) public consultation The council’s cemeteries and conservation management plans Nunhead Cemetery, Camberwell Old Cemetery and Camberwell New Cemetery are all managed by Southwark Council. All three cemeteries are located in the south of the borough, and each has highly valued physical and community heritage assets with backgrounds linked closely to the history of the borough... More
    Closed 21 July 2023
  • Sign-up to July workshops

    Between January and April we heard from over 2,000 of you through our conversation events, listening events and the survey in which you shared your ideas and ambitions for Southwark in 2030. Now we want to test back with you what we heard to make sure we haven’t missed anything really important and get your views on what we should prioritise. There will be different ways to get involved over the summer including an online option and boards up in libraries and other... More
    Closed 18 July 2023
  • Positive Futures For Young People Consultation

    The youth service team at Southwark Council would like to give young people an opportunity to influence what positive activities it funds in the coming years. If you are between 10-18 years old and up to 25 with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) we would love to hear from you about how you like to spend your time and what activities and topics interest you. Your views are important to us and what you tell us will help us to deliver... More
    Closed 2 July 2023
  • St Anthony's School Street

    Tell us what you think about plans for a camera-controlled 'School Street' on Etherow Street, outside St Anthony's Catholic Primary School. We have worked with St Anthony's to develop plans for a 'School Street' on Etherow Street. 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 25 June 2023
  • Lyndhurst Primary School Street

    Tell us what you think about plans for a camera-controlled 'School Street' on Grove Lane, outside Lyndhurst Primary School. We have worked with Lyndhurst Primary to develop plans for a 'School Street' on Grove Lane (south of De Crespigny Park) and Windsor Walk. 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). ... More
    Closed 25 June 2023
  • 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
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