Consultation & Engagement Hub

Welcome to Redbridge's Consultation & Engagement 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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Your feedback has shaped the next steps for our previous consultations, surveys and engagement activities

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Closed Consultations

  • Vaccination Bus Survey

    With restrictions being lifted on the 19 th July our local NHS Vaccination T eam and Redbridge C ouncil are working hard to ensure all local residents are vaccinated and protected against COVID 19. Working in partnership we have been running successful... More

    Closed 22 July 2021

  • Anonymous Youth Survey on Crime

    The London Borough of Redbridge would like to hear the views of young people in the Borough. Please tell us how you feel about crime and safety as a young person living and spending time in Redbridge. We want to hear what you think our crime priorities should be and share any ideas you may... More

    Closed 16 July 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

    Closed 14 July 2021

  • High Streets and Business survey

    We recognise that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected businesses in all sectors and we want to ensure that businesses receive the support they need. The Council will be running a series of programmes and activities as part of a Recovery Programme to help businesses overcome existing... More

    Closed 30 June 2021

  • On-Street Residential Induction Charging (OSRIC)

    Redbridge Council joined a consortium in 2018 led by ( ) and including the University of Warwick, to investigate the potential for induction charging of electric vehicles on residential streets as part of a fully-funded Innovate UK research project. Following the... More

    Closed 24 June 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

We asked your view on the South Woodford Community Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Hub project which would involved converting one side of the Mulberry Way car park into an EV charging hub.

You said

Majority of the respondents supported the proposal.

We did

The car park has been resurfaced and remarked to bring it up to the standards of modern car parks. 

To ensure that the bays remain available for residents and visitors to use and are not blocked by vehicles with internal combustion engines or EVs that have overstayed, the bays will be protected by a Traffic Management Order (TMO) and will be enforceable. 

We asked

We proposed 36 locations for installing on-street electric vehicle charging points and associated EV charging bays and asked your feedback on this proposal.

You said

You have told us if you support the proposal and where else the charge points should be installed if you didn't agree with the proposals.

We did

We are proceeding with the installation of electric vehicle charging points at the following locations:

Alexandra Road, at the side of no. 10 Pulteney Road

Belgrave Road, at the side of no. 35 Lake House Road

Buckingham Road, at the side of no. 44 Rutland Road

Byron Avenue, at the side of no. 69 Broadwalk

Cadogan Gardens, at the side of 23-25 Chigwell Road

Dangan Road, at the side of Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Derby Road, outside 90 to 96

Grove Road, the north-west side, approx.
50m north-east of Lincoln Road junction;

Halstead Road, at the side of no. 12 Nelson Road

Hermitage Walk, outside 44 to 54

Marlborough Road, at the side of no. 23A Clarendon Road

Maybank Avenue, opposite nos. 1 and 3

Monmouth Avenue, at the side of no. 27 Charnwood Drive

Wanstead Place, outside no. 4

Pelham Road, outside number 18

New locations have been identified as an alternative to the 21 locations that did not receive your support and there will be another consultation on these new locations shortly.


We asked

We asked your feedback on the proposed Mobility Hub on Wanstead High Street similar to the newly-accredited Mobility Hub located in George Lane, South Woodford.

You said

Majority of the respondents have supported the prosal.

We did

We will install a Mobility Hub on Wanstead High Street which will include an electric car club bay, an electric vehicle charging bay as well as outdoor seating area, cycle parking and plants