Your views wanted on Open Space Strategy plus much more in Have Your Say

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Waltham Forest: Have your say  

Walthom Forest

How do you think we should look after our Open Spaces?

Leyton Jubilee Park Woodland Walk

Waltham Forest Council wants your views on the borough’s parks and green spaces and is launching a consultation on Monday 20 May 2019.

The parks and green spaces in our borough are fundamental to our ability to enjoy a good quality of life, support biodiversity and adapt to climate change.

We are currently developing an Open Space Strategy that will provide evidence for updating our Local Plan and will provide a framework for future management of the Borough’s green spaces.

Read the strategy proposals

We have produced a short survey aimed at getting a better understanding of what you think about the borough’s existing green spaces, your recreation needs and your thoughts on managing green spaces for the benefit of the borough’s wildlife.

It is important that we understand how you use your green spaces and how you want them to be improved so we can plan for the future.

The survey takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. 

The closing date for the consultation is midnight on Sunday 7 July 2019.

Share your views and complete the survey.

Share your views on how to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour

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Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is one of the issues raised most often with the Council and can take many different forms. 

The Council has now produced an ASB strategy which is available for public consultation until Friday 31 May 2019.

The strategy outlines our proposals for reducing ASB in the borough over the next five year.

Read the strategy document

We are keen to hear the views of as many residents as possible, especially if you have endured ASB, so please complete the online survey to share your comments and influence the development of our ASB strategy.

Share your views on the ASB Strategy here

Redesignation of Highams Park Planning Group

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Five years ago the Higham Park Planning Group (HPPG) was approved as an organisation to prepare a Neighbourhood Plan for the Highams Park area, including parts of Chapel End, Hatch Lane and Larkswood Wards.

During that time they produced a Neighbourhood Plan which was consulted on earlier this year.

HPPG has now applied to be approved for a further five years so they can continue their work on their proposals for this part of the borough.

The Council has to consult residents on whether such designation should be renewed.

The consultation ends at 5pm on Monday 10 June 2019.

See the area covered and get more details

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