Consultation Hub

Welcome to Redbridge's Consultation Hub. We want to put our residents at the heart of everything that we do, and part of that is letting you have your say on different aspects of Council policies and decision-making.

You can see details of recently added and updated consultations below, or you can search for consultations that are of interest to you.

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Featured consultations

Open Consultations

  • Parks Public Spaces Protection Order

    Public Spaces Protection Orders (PSPO ) propose to deal with a particular nuisance in a particular area that is having a detrimental effect on the quality of life for those in the local community. It can prohibit certain things or require specific things to be done. ... More

    Closes 11 June 2021

  • Women's Listening Exercise

    Following the death of Sarah Everard, there has been a national outpouring of grief and discussions about women’s safety. We want to understand the experience of women in Redbridge to understand how safe they have felt living, working and travelling through Redbridge. All residents have... More

    Closes 11 June 2021

  • Extension of Borough Wide Prostitution Public Spaces Protection Order

    The ‘Routes Out of Prostitution’ Scrutiny Working Group (Aug 2018) led to Redbridge Council adopting the following policy statement; The Council believe that no one should be able to buy the body of another person for sex, where management, control or coercion is... More

    Closes 14 July 2021

  • Customer Satisfaction Survey

    Redbridge Council wants to better understand how our residents feel about the Customer Service we provide. We will use this information to help improve our approach to customer service and track progress. The survey will take 1 minute and your answers will help create a better... More

    Closes 31 December 2025

  • Customer Satisfaction Survey

    Building Control strives to improve the service and to meet the needs of our customers. To meet these needs and where we can improve we would like to hear your views. We would therefore be grateful if you would take a few moments to complete the following questionnaire. It is... More

    Closes 31 December 2025

Closed Consultations

  • Redbridge SACRE Spirited Arts Competition

    Redbridge Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education (RE) would like to invite children and young people from all school phases to join our Spirited Arts Competition. We welcome entries of art (drawing, painting or sketching etc) from all Redbridge pupils. Pupils can enter... More

    Closed 2 April 2021

  • South Woodford Community Electric Vehicle Charging Hub

    The South Woodford Community Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Hub project involves converting one side of the Mulberry Way car park into an EV charging hub. The design and layout and the draft traffic management order of the car park is available for your review. ... More

    Closed 1 April 2021

  • Early Years Parents/Carers Survey 2021

    Dear Parent/Carer, We hope you are well and adjusting to the ‘new normal’, whatever that is for you. We miss seeing you in the Children’s Centres and other services face to face but hopefully you have caught some of our online activities and services. ... More

    Closed 26 March 2021

  • On-Street Electric Vehicle Charge Points (EVCPs)

    On-street Electric Vehicle Charging Point Proposal The council is proposing to install on street electric vehicle charging points (EVCPs) and associated EV charging bays and we are asking your feedback on this proposal. Some of the EVCPs will be mounted on lamp... More

    Closed 18 March 2021

  • Wanstead Mobility Hub

    Wanstead Mobility Hub Proposal The council is proposing to install a Mobility Hub on Wanstead High Street. It will be similar to the newly-accredited Mobility Hub located in George Lane, South Woodford. Mobility Hubs are small scale transport interconnection hubs... More

    Closed 8 March 2021

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We asked

A consultation was delivered to affected residents, businesses and frontages and was also made available online on the road safety proposals in Benton Road and Cameron Road. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the road safety proposals in Benton Road and Cameron Road.

The results of the consultation were reported to the Cabinet Member for Civic Pride and the local Ward Members, who have considered all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses, London Taxis and Transport for London.

The Cabinet Member for Civic Pride has agreed to the proposals.

We did

It is proposed to introduce road safety proposals along the length of Benton Road and Cameron Road, between Ley Street and High Road, Seven Kings. The scheme the following proposals listed below and as shown on Plans 1, 2a and 3a below:

  • Introduction of 20mph Zone in Benton Road and Cameron Road, as shown on Plan 1;
  • 7No. flat top speed humps (75mm high) in Benton Road and Cameron Road, as shown on Plans 2a & 3a;
  • Raised entry treatment in Mundon Gardens J/W Benton Road, as shown on Plan 2a;
  • Junction kerb build-outs at Benton Road J/W Charter Avenue and Cameron Road J/W Norfolk Road and Elgin Road, as shown on Plans 2a & 3a;
  • 1No. kerb-to-kerb hump (75mm high) with tactile paving in Benton Road, as shown on Plan 2a;
  • 1No. flat top speed hump (75mm high) with centre traffic island in Benton Road, as shown on Plan 2a;
  • 1No. kerb-to-kerb hump (75mm high) with centre pedestrian island in Benton Road, as shown on Plan 3a;
  • Raise the existing Zebra Crossing in Benton Road J/W Aldborough Road South, as shown on Plan 3a;
  • Remove the pedestrian island and raise the existing Zebra Crossing in Cameron Road J/W Elgin Road, as shown on Plan 3a;
  • 2No. speed cushions in Cameron Road near High Road, Seven Kings, as shown on Plan 3a;
  • Extend the existing “School Keep Clear” markings in Benton Road, outside St Aidan’s Catholic Primary Academy, as shown on Plan 2a;
  • Remove existing parking bays and introduce ‘Monday to Saturday 8.30am-6.30pm’ “No Waiting” restrictions (single yellow line) outside 39 Benton Road and in Benton Road east of the junction with Charter Avenue, as shown on Plan 2a;
  • Introduce “At Any Time” waiting restrictions (double yellow lines) throughout Benton Road and Cameron Road and its junctions with Mundon Gardens, Charter Avenue, Aldborough Road South, Norfolk Road and Elgin Road, as shown on Plans 2a & 3a.
  • Update signage and refresh all existing road markings along the length of Benton Road and Cameron Road, between Ley Street and High Road, Seven Kings.

We asked

A consultation was delivered to affected residents, businesses and frontages and was also made available online on the proposals to extend the 20mph zone into Benton Road and Cameron Road Area. We would like to thank those who completed and responded to the consultation.

You said

The majority of residents that responded supported the proposals of the 20mph zone extension into Benton Road and Cameron Road Area.

The results of the consultation were reported to the Cabinet Member for Civic Pride and the local Ward Members, who have considered all the views received from residents, businesses, Metropolitan Police, London Fire Brigade, London Ambulance Services, London Buses, London Taxis and Transport for London.

The Cabinet Member for Civic Pride has agreed to the proposals.

We did

The proposals include to extend the 20mph zone for the area into roads including Benton Road, Cameron Road, Charter Avenue, Aldborough Road South and Lombard Avenue, as highlighted in Plan 1 below. This will involve installing 20mph zone signs on some entries, as well reminder signs and road markings placed throughout the area.

We asked

If residents would like to continue with the CTR scheme in place of 2020/21 for a further year.

You said

Over 75% agreed with this.

We did

We are retaining the scheme