Council looking for your ideas for great streets – what resources don’t involve money?

Finding solutions for  Redbridge

Your Street forum groups logoRedbridge  Council is inviting residents, businesses, community groups and other interested parties to give ideas on working together to create great streets and neighbourhoods 🙂

That includes street cleaning, tidy gardens and trees, as well as lighting, safe roads and volunteering opportunities. This comes out of the financial pressure on the Council.  It  is about cost cutting and it is also about a creative look at how to do things differently.

The Council has asked four members of the public to form a “streets commission” to investigate how we can make our streets great streets. The commissioners are holding 4 public meetings across the Borough, have your say by booking your place.  A strategy will be written afterwards  “Our streets – a strategy for great neighbourhoods” and this will be shared online when it’s completed.

The reality is that there’s less money and so our streets may suffer. At Sophia Hubs we areros-southern great believers in collaboration and drawing on the wisdom in the community. We hope that this will draw out good ideas and a willingness to get involved in making things better.  Feel free to put your name down for our next Sophia course that takes a look at community ideas and work out a mini pilot. Ros Southern,  Coordinator

You can submit ideas, pictures and changes you would like to see on your street.  tell the commission what you love and don’t like in your local area.

  • Monday 20 March, 5pm to 7pm, Fullwell Cross Library, Ilford
  • Tuesday 21 March, 7pm to 9pm, Redbridge Central Library, Ilford
  • Tuesday 21 March, 4pm to 6pm, Wanstead Library, Wanstead
  • Monday 27 March, 7pm to 9pm, Orchard Hall, Orchard Estate, Broadmead Road, Woodford Green

If you can’t make it to one of the meetings you can still tell us your views by filling out our online survey 

If you have any questions please contact us at streetscommission@redbridge.gov.uk

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