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  • Richmond Night Time Strategy

    Join Richmond Council in developing a Night Time Strategy for the borough. You can tell us what you think about specific places and how they could be improved by pinning your comments on our new interactive map or filling te quick survey. What is a Night Time Stratergy? The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames is developing a Night Time Strategy to help understand how we can make the night time a better experience for everyone living, working, and visiting the borough.... More
    Closed 30 September 2023
  • Normanhurst Drive CPZ Consultation

    The Council is consulting residents about whether or not they would support adding Normanhurst Drive to the St Margarets North Controlled Parking (Zone S2). In September 2015 the Council implemented the St Margarets North CPZ. The zone operates 10am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday with Orchard Road, Netherton Road, Ailsa Avenue, Gordon Avenue and the adjacent section of St Margarets Road within its boundary; see map here . The zone was implemented... More
    Closed 24 September 2023
  • 18 Steps to Health and Wellbeing: Richmond Joint Local Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2024-2029

    Local organisations responsible for health, including Richmond Council, voluntary and community groups and the NHS, are updating plans for meeting local health and wellbeing needs over the next five years. A new strategy will set out how these different organisations will work together to best meet the needs of local people. We are asking you to share your views so we can make sure the actions proposed are bold enough to make a difference for local communities . ... More
    Closed 21 September 2023
  • Consultation on proposed greening in Broad Street, Teddington

    Please note: the closing date for this consultation has now been extended to 31st August 2023. Richmond Council wants the environment of its town and district centres to be attractive to both residents and visitors. We want people to enjoy spending more time in these centres by making them greener and with more space for pedestrians; this would also help traders and the local economy. The Council has identified some local centres for investment and is... More
    Closed 31 August 2023
  • Proposal to create a new Nature Conservation site at Oldfield Road Meadow, Hampton

    The Oldfield Road Meadow site is an area of grassland with mature boundary trees approximately 0.6 ha in size, located to the South of St Mary’s School Hampton, and to the north of Upper Sunbury Road. The Council Parks Team’s vision is to develop a new nature conservation area, as the site has the basic characteristics in order to achieve this, with a relatively varied grassland sward and existing mature trees. The name ‘Oldfield Road Meadow’ is a working title... More
    Closed 29 August 2023
  • Staines Road, Twickenham – 30mph Speed Limit Review

    Further to a recent resident engagement on traffic and parking proposals for Staines Road between Fifth Cross Road and Sixth Cross Road, the Council has listened to the feedback received and is now proposing to introduce measures. Double yellow lines at all side road junctions will be progressed under an Experimental Traffic Management Order (ETMO) where formal consultation is undertaken during the first six months of operation where residents views will be sought.... More
    Closed 28 July 2023
  • Windmill Road, Hampton Hill – Traffic Management Improvement Measures

    In Summer 2022, the Council undertook a consultation on parking layout changes along part of Windmill Road. Due to the concerns raised it was agreed to place the scheme on hold pending a decision on the future of the experimental Burtons Road traffic reduction scheme. The Burtons Road scheme became permanent in January and so the Council now wish to progress road safety and traffic management measures for Windmill Road. Taking into consideration comments... More
    Closed 28 July 2023
  • A310 30mph Speed Limit Review

    A310 (between Heath Road/Cross Deep and Hampton Wick Railway Bridge) Reducing vehicle speeds has been proven to have a positive impact on road safety. Research by the Transport Research Laboratory has shown that a 1mph reduction in average speed equates to a 5% reduction in accidents. In 2020, the Council implemented a 20mph speed limit on the majority of roads in Richmond but a small number of roads were retained at 30mph. Following detailed analysis of speeds... More
    Closed 28 July 2023
  • Consultation on the Publication Local Plan

    We are now consulting on the Council’s final version of the Local Plan (referred to as the ‘Publication’ or ‘Regulation 19’ version). The Local Plan sets out a 15-year strategic vision, objectives and the spatial strategy. The Plan includes place-based strategies covering the whole borough, along with accompanying site allocations, as well as the thematic planning policies that will guide future development in the borough. It will inform how growth will be... More
    Closed 24 July 2023
  • Popes Grove, Twickenham (Zone E) Consultation

    In 2022, the Council received a petition from residents of Popes Grove between its junction with Popes Avenue and the railway bridge. The petition requested that the operational hours of Zone E in this section of Popes Grove be increased from 8.30am-10.30am, to 10am-4.30pm to bring them in line with the operational hours of the adjacent Strawberry Hill CPZ (Zone SH). It is understood that the reason for this petition is to deter non-resident parking that currently occurs... More
    Closed 23 July 2023
  • Hampton Court Road – Proposed Cycle and Pedestrian Safety Improvements

    Richmond Council would like to hear your views on proposals for cycle and pedestrian improvements adjacent to Hampton Court Palace, between the Palace roundabout and a point just east of Chestnut Avenue (Bushy Park). The Council introduced a temporary layout in 2020 for the cycle lane and bus stop adjacent to Hampton Court Green, which included changes to the road markings and parking bay layout up to Chestnut Avenue. These changes were intended to provide for improved cycle access at a... More
    Closed 23 July 2023
  • East Sheen Parking Review 2023

    The Council contacted residents in April 2023 to communicate the Council’s decision to propose a new controlled parking zone (CPZ) in the following areas of East Sheen: Area of roads comprising Wallorton Gardens, Gilpin Avenue, Park Avenue, East Sheen Avenue; and Muirdown Avenue and Shrewsbury Avenue The new CPZ will operate 10am to Noon, Monday to Friday. In view of the displacement (‘knock on’) effect new parking controls... More
    Closed 16 July 2023
  • Renewal of Public Spaces Protection Orders for Anti-Social Behaviour and Dog Control in Richmond borough 2023-26

    What are PSPOs? PSPOs are powers available to local authorities under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, to restrict problem behaviours and ensure that public spaces are safe and enjoyable for everyone to use. Background Richmond Council introduced two Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPOs) in October 2017 and renewed them in 2020. Our PSPO for Anti-Social Behaviour prohibits or restricts behaviours that are recurring problems... More
    Closed 2 July 2023
  • Ham Parade – proposed changes to your area

    Richmond Council is reviewing Ham Parade. The east side of the parade has not been refurbished in recent times and there are existing concerns around the quality of the pedestrian environment, narrow pavements, and difficulty for those in wheelchairs to access the bus stop. The monthly closure of the slip road to host the market has shown the potential for an alternative use of the existing space. We would like to refurbish the east side of Ham Parade to a more closely... More
    Closed 30 June 2023
  • Speed reduction measures in Riverside Drive and Dukes Avenue, Ham

    The Council is keen to understand the views of residents about traffic and speed conditions in Riverside Drive and Dukes Avenue. These roads have been highlighted as having unacceptable average speeds for a 20mph speed limit. In light of this, the Council requested Police speed enforcement, which has been carried out on a number of occasions. Unfortunately the Police recorded high levels of non-compliance. In order to address these concerns, the Council has... More
    Closed 29 June 2023
  • Hospital Bridge Road – proposed changes to your area

    Richmond Council are seeking your views on proposed changes to Hospital Bridge Road between Ashley Drive and the A316 Chertsey Road. The scheme is focused on providing safe facilities for walking and cycling and reducing vehicle speeds while maintaining space for general traffic flow and essential parking needs. Why are we proposing changes? The safety of road users, particularly pedestrians and cyclists, caused by high vehicle speeds were a concern prior... More
    Closed 9 June 2023
  • Richmond Children and Young People’s Plan

    Richmond Council are reviewing and updating the current Children and Young People’s Plan to ensure that the voice of the children and young people within the borough are the central focus of the Children and Young People’s Plan 2023 – 2028. We have listened to a range of children and young people within the area through a series of surveys and focus groups, and we discovered the pressing issues in the borough. The main themes identified include: ... More
    Closed 2 June 2023
  • Staines Road, Twickenham – Parking and Road Safety Proposals

    The Council wishes to implement parking restrictions and road safety measures in Staines Road, between Fifth Cross Road and Sixth Cross Road In recent months the Council has received a number of complaints from residents regarding injudicious parking along this section of Staines Road, resulting in driveways being partly or fully blocked, and restricting sightlines when exiting onto Staines Road. Concerns have also been expressed about parking around junctions,... More
    Closed 7 May 2023
  • Richmond Local Flood Risk Management Strategy Consultation

    Richmond Council is updating its Local Flood Risk Management Strategy, and we need your input. The Local Flood Risk Management Strategy (LFRMS) identifies flood risk and how it is managed, as well as identifying the roles and responsibilities of risk management authorities. An initial LFRMS for the period 2014-2020 was published in 2015. The LFRMS should be updated on a 6-year cycle to capture all of the work that has been progressed in the... More
    Closed 3 May 2023
  • Traffic issues in the Wykeham Estate

    The Council is keen to better understand the views of residents about the existing traffic and parking conditions within the Wykeham Estate. For some time, the Council has received complaints from residents with regards to traffic volume and road safety concerns, notably on Longford Road due to traffic cutting through the estate and traffic associated with the nearby schools. This has raised safety concerns particularly with potential for conflict with traffic meeting head on in... More
    Closed 1 May 2023
  • Conservation Area Appraisals within Richmond

    We are currently undertaking a boroughwide programme of reviewing existing Conservation Area Appraisals to ensure they are reflective of their current character and appearance. What is a Conservation Area Appraisal and Management Plan? Conservation Areas are areas of special architectural and historic interest, the character and appearance of which is worth of preserving or enhancing. This character is derived from the area as a whole rather than the... More
    Closed 30 April 2023
  • Castelnau Parade Survey

    Tell us about Castelnau Shopping Parade! Richmond Council wants to hear your thoughts about the parade, to inform plans for improvements to the area. Please fill in our survey, telling us about your views and experiences. Have your say Give us your views using the Online Survey link below. If you need to request a paper copy, a different language or format, or if you need any support to take part in the survey, please email More
    Closed 3 March 2023
  • Meadlands School Pedestrian Improvements

    In light of concerns raised regarding pedestrian safety outside of Meadlands School, it is proposed to introduce a zebra crossing (with parallel cycle crossing) on Broughton Avenue, Ham to provide safe access to the school. This is a very well used crossing point for both pedestrians and cyclists. The Council has developed a scheme which looks to provide a combined pedestrian and cycle zebra crossing just to the south of Simpson Road, adjacent to the school frontage. To... More
    Closed 29 January 2023
  • Access to sexual and reproductive health services survey

    The London Boroughs of Merton, Richmond and Wandsworth with the NHS are working to improve the sexual and reproductive health of people in the area. To help us with this, we would like to find out more about your awareness and experience in accessing local sexual and reproductive health services and your views on how you may want to access services in the future to ensure they work for you. This will inform our approach to services going forward. We are looking for... More
    Closed 20 January 2023
  • Kew Green proposal for railings expansion

    The Council are consulting to ascertain if the public are in support of the proposal to add additional railings in keeping with the style of those already on Kew Green. A number of residents have expressed a desire to see additional fencing installed on the Green to prevent unauthorised access and encampments. The aim of this consultation is to gauge the level of support for additional railings in the following two locations: On the Church side by junction with... More
    Closed 16 January 2023
  • London Borough of Richmond Draft Street Trading Policy Consultation

    The London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames is carrying out a consultation on the draft Street Trading Policy and we would appreciate your views to shape the new proposed policy. The draft policy covers the following Street Trading activities: Street trading pitches Tables and chairs on the highway Market stall licences Shop front displays The draft policy is seeking... More
    Closed 5 January 2023
  • Draft Richmond Health and Care Dementia Strategy - Easy Read Survey

    Tell us what you think We have written a big plan about how we will manage Dementia services over the next 10 years. We call our plan a strategy. We want to know what you think about our strategy. Please answer these questions. You will need to read our Easy Read booklet about our strategy first - please click here . We will use what people tell us to help us decide what to do. If you need any help with the questions, please email us at: ... More
    Closed 21 December 2022
  • Consultation on the draft Richmond Dementia Health and Care Strategy

    Richmond Council and health partners are consulting on a draft 10-year Health and Care Dementia Strategy that has five key focus areas. What is dementia? Dementia is an umbrella term for a range of disorders affecting the brain. These disorders are gradual, the most common are Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. The existing National Dementia Strategy aims for England to be the best country in the world for dementia care and support, and for people... More
    Closed 21 December 2022
  • Richmond Bikehangars Consultation 2022 (Phase 3)

    Richmond Council is seeking views on the introduction of additional bikehangars throughout the borough. There are currently 27 bikehangars in Richmond, all of which are fully occupied with waiting lists for spaces. The introduction of additional bikehangars will help to alleviate some of the demand for the existing units while also improving geographic coverage. What is a bikehangar? A bikehangar is an on-street cycle parking apparatus that securely houses six... More
    Closed 20 December 2022
  • The Vineyard, Friars Stile Road, School Safety Zone Improvements

    The Council is inviting comments on a proposal to introduce improvements to the existing zebra crossing along Friars Stile Road, Richmond, by the entrance to The Vineyard School, and the surrounding area. The school and parents have expressed a number of road safety concerns pertaining to traffic along Friars Stile Road. Specific concerns include the failure of some vehicles to give-way to pedestrians utilising the formal zebra crossing and general speeding issues outside the school... More
    Closed 16 December 2022
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