Current Consultations



Please note:
The Planning department run a variety of different consultations which can be quite specific and complex. They therefore have their own planning consultation portal which you can search for all planning consultations. Go to the Planning consultation portal.

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Click for more detail Adult and Family Learning Survey 2016-17 Corporate Services and Housing 05 Jun 2017 30 Jun 2017
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Feedback from those attending an adult or family learning course in the borough.

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Click for more detail Electric Vehicle Consultation Transport and Technical Services 14 May 2017 07 Jun 2017
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Consultation to gather the views of electric vehicle users prior to introduction of electric  vehicle charging trial.

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Click for more detail Leaseholder and Freeholder Options Policy Corporate Services and Housing 10 Apr 2017 07 Jun 2017
Aim

The Council is consulting on a draft Leaseholder and Freeholder Options Policy. The policy provides broad borough-wide principles and commitments to leaseholders and freeholders who own properties in areas designated by the Council for regeneration. It outlines the options available so that leaseholders and freeholders have the opportunity to remain in the local community. The policy provides commitments which are to a large extent provided for by the law, over which the Council has little or no discretion, and commitments over which the Council has some degree of flexibility.

We want to make sure that the policy aligns as closely as possible with the interests, needs and views of the people who are likely to be affected by it and are keen to hear from all interested parties.

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Click for more detail Sloane Street Improvement Project Corporate Services and Housing 16 Jan 2017 27 Feb 2017
Aim

Paper survey and exhibitions to gather views and feedback on possible proposals to improve Sloane Street.

Results

Survey respondents 

Seven in ten (70 per cent) respondents responded to the survey as a resident (either from Kensington and Chelsea (54 per cent) or Westminster (16 per cent)). Whilst 16 per cent of responses came from a local business or retailer and 14 per cent from visitors to the area.

Importance of a range of improvement options

Respondents were asked to indicate how important a range of improvement options were to them in relation to Sloane Street.

Eight out of ten (81 per cent) felt it was important (to some extent) to ‘improve the appearance of the street with high quality paving and street lighting’.

Over three-quarters (78 per cent) felt it was important (to some extent) to ‘introduce more trees and planting’.

Seven in ten (70 per cent) felt it was important (to some extent) to ‘reduce high traffic speeds’, although 27 per cent disagreed.

Almost two-thirds (64 per cent) felt it was important (to some extent) to ‘widen narrow pavements to improve the pedestrian experience’. However, over a third (34 per cent) did not feel this was important.

Overall opinion of the proposals

Overall three quarters of respondents (75 per cent) support (to some extent) the proposals for Sloane Street; this included 51 per cent who ‘strongly support’ the proposals. However, over a fifth (22 per cent) oppose the proposals, including 13 per cent that strongly oppose the proposals.

Preferred option for the central residential section of Sloane Street

Over half (53 per cent) of respondents preferred ‘option 1 – maximum pavement widening’, whilst almost a fifth (18 per cent) preferred ‘option 2 – minimum pavement widening’. However, almost a quarter (24 per cent) indicated that they preferred ‘option 3 – minimal change to the existing layout’.                                  

Preferred style for improvements

Over half (58 per cent) of respondents preferred ‘traditional’ fittings for the street, whilst almost a third (32 per cent) preferred ‘classic contemporary’ fittings. Less than one in ten (eight per cent) preferred ‘modern’ fittings.

Outcome

The report will inform possible improvements to Sloane Street.

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Click for more detail City Living, Local Life - Feedback from Projects 2016-17 Corporate Services and Housing 01 Jan 2017 31 Mar 2017
Aim

Survey to gather the views of project leads.

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Outcome

Information will form part of City Living, Local Life's annual report. Information used to monitor success of the initiative.

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