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.

Before you respond to any consultations, please read our privacy policy.

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Open Consultations
Anti Social Behaviour PSPO
Seven Kings Community Hub - Part Two
Air Quality
Young People's Safety- Give Us Your Views
Children's Safeguarding: Give Us Your Views Parents/Carers
See All Open Consultations
Forthcoming Consultations
Disability Charter
See All Forthcoming Consultations
Closed Consultations
Late Night Levy
Care Leavers Consultation
Seven Kings Community Hub
Special Provision at Cranbrook Primary School
Local Implementation Plan
See All Closed Consultations

We Asked, You Said, We Did

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

We Asked

How can we reduce waste in the borough?

You Said

Recyling is important, but residents want containerisation of waste and more clarity around what is required

We Did

We have published our new Waste Reduction Strategy 2019-2027

We Asked

What do you think about Redbridge Council's proposals to introduce 41 new Automatical Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) Cameras into the borough?

You Said

An overwhelming majority of respondants (more than 9 in 10) supported the introduction of new ANPR cameras and thought that they would reduce crime.

We Did

41 new ANPR cameras will be installed across the borough, including 14 digital dot-matrix display boards. We are also upgrading 160 CCTV cameras and introducing 35 deployable cameras to crime hotspots.

We Asked

Residents were provided with three potential new models for the delivery of a Local Council Tax Reduction Scheme.

You Said

41% of respondents were in favour of Scheme 1, and 32% preferred 'none of the above'.

We Did

The current scheme will be retained for 2019/20 while further information and analysis is collected about the rollout of Universal Credit.