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Completed Consultations and Feedback


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Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 21 Sep 2017
Ends: 02 Nov 2017
Why do we want your views?

The London Borough of Merton accepts that poor air quality in the borough is a major cause of concern for our residents, businesses and visitors; as such we are committed to tackling this problem as a priority for the borough.

We have produced this new Air Quality Action Plan (AQAP) that builds on existing successful actions and develops new actions to improve air quality.

As part of the process for implementing this Plan we welcome the views of residents, visitors and groups in the borough. Please take a few minutes to complete our survey so we can work together to tackle this problem.

Please read the Air Quality Action Plan before completing the survey

Why do we want your views?

Residents and park users have told us they are concerned about growing numbers of dog-related problems in public spaces, such a dog fouling and aggressive dogs. We are committed to tackling these issues and, as such, the Council is considering making Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs).

PSPOs are a new measure which would replace some existing legislation and introduce wider discretionary powers to deal with dog-related problems. The orders can be enforced by fixed-penalty notices and prosecution.

You can tell us what you think about dog control in the borough and about the PSPOs that we are considering by filling in our survey.

To find out more about the proposed PSPOs, visit: www.merton.gov.uk/dogcontrolorders

Greater London Authority
Start: 14 Jul 2017
Ends: 06 Oct 2017
Why do we want your views?

The Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) and the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is reviewing how the public in London contact the police to report crimes and other matters. The approach being proposed includes improving digital contact methods and reducing the number of front counters. In Merton the proposal is to close Wimbledon Police Station and move the 24/7 counter to Mitcham Police Station.

The draft MOPAC/MPS Public Access Strategy asks a series of questions for local people and partners to consider. You can respond by visiting the website below and downloading the questionnaire.

The Metropolitan Police Service will be holding public briefing sessions in every London Borough so that local people can learn about the changes contained in this document and can give their views.

Why do we want your views?

Each year the Government makes changes to the legislation that governs the calculation and award of the prescribed Council Tax Support (CTS) Scheme for pensioners and Housing Benefit (HB). These changes affect several aspects of these awards and Merton has a commitment to keep the local CTS scheme for non-pensioners aligned to the Government’s schemes. This ensures there are little or no differences between the prescribed scheme and Housing Benefit and the local CTS scheme and residents will get broadly the same CTS as they would have done if Council Tax Benefit still existed. We are consulting on two options relating to updating the scheme. You can have your say by clicking on the 'Take Part' link below.

Consultation run by: Transport for London
Start: 21 Jun 2017
Ends: 02 Oct 2017
Why do we want your views?

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, would like to hear your views on his draft transport strategy. The strategy sets out his plans to transform London’s streets, improve public transport and create opportunities for new homes and jobs, to ensure London is a fairer, greener, healthier and more prosperous city.

An online survey will ask your opinion on the key parts of the strategy. Please complete this survey before midnight on Monday 2 October 2017.

Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 01 Feb 2017
Ends: 31 Jul 2017
Why do we want your views?

Survey to gather user feedback on the Parking Permit On-line System

Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 01 Feb 2017
Ends: 31 Jul 2017
Why do we want your views?

Survey to gather user feedback on the Penalty Charge Notice On-line System.

Kingston Council
Start: 19 Jun 2017
Ends: 17 Jul 2017
Why do we want your views?

Consultation for a new 1.2km (0.75 mile) walking and cycling path from New Malden to Raynes Park forms one of 10 new schemes being developed as part of the Go Cycle programme in Kingston.

Department of Transport
Start: 02 Feb 2017
Ends: 25 May 2017
Why do we want your views?

The government believes that the need for additional capacity in the south-east of England is best met by a new north-west runway at Heathrow Airport.

The planning policy framework which the applicant for a north-west runway at Heathrow Airport would have to comply with in order to get development consent is set out in the draft Airports National Policy Statement.

The government is seeking your views on the draft Airports National Policy Statement.

If you have questions about the consultation please call on 0800 689 4968.

London Councils
Start: 15 Mar 2017
Ends: 05 Apr 2017
Why do we want your views?

The contracts for both the Taxicard and Dial-a-Ride services are up for renewal and London Councils may make changes in the future that could affect you.

For example, the service could change to use more black taxis and fewer private hire vehicles, or it could change to use more private hire vehicles and fewer black taxis.

Changes to the service may also impact upon the cost to you (or the number of trips available) availability of vehicles, waiting times and the nature of the service e.g. upgrading from a “kerb-to-kerb” to a “door-to-door” service.

To help design the new contract, London Councils want to know what you think of your current service and how you think certain changes could affect you. We need your views by Wednesday 5 April

Consultation run by: Boundary Commission for England
Start: 28 Feb 2017
Ends: 27 Mar 2017
Why do we want your views?

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) is asking the public to help shape plans to change Parliamentary constituency boundaries as it opens its second consultation.

Following a decision by Parliament to reduce the number of constituencies in the UK to 600 from 650, and to ensure that the number of electors in each constituency is equal, the BCE has been asked to make independent recommendations about where the boundaries of English constituencies should be.

An initial 12-week consultation was held in the autumn last year, giving the public the first chance to view and comment on the BCE’s plans. Almost 20,000 responses were received, which have now been published as part of the second consultation. The second consultation is an opportunity to comment on what others have said ahead of new proposals in late 2017.

Merton Clinical Commissioning Group
Start: 08 Feb 2017
Ends: 20 Mar 2017
Why do we want your views?

Merton CCG is required to make the best use of an annual budget to keep people in the borough of Merton well. 

During 2016/17 we have worked hard to find savings of £7.3m. Pressures on expenditure will continue to increase in 2017/18 and it's expected that the CCG will need to find at least another £13m of savings to bring the CCG back into financial balance and provide for cost increases and greater patient demand next year. This is a substantial financial challenge for a CCG of our size. 

To ensure that we live within our means in future and that everyone in Merton has equal access to operations; and that only treatments which offer value to our population are commissioned we are considering some changes to local healthcare.

Consultation run by: Corporate Services
Start: 26 Jan 2017
Ends: 10 Mar 2017
Why do we want your views?

The Equality Act 2010 requires local authorities to publish equality objectives every four years. The draft equality strategy for 2017-21 outlines the London Borough of Merton's six equality objectives and the outcomes that we want to achieve to reduce inequality and foster good relations between different groups of people.

If you would like to comment on the draft strategy please complete the questionnaire below.  Please click on the following link to access the draft strategy:

http://www.merton.gov.uk/council/plansandpolicies/equality-strategy.htm

Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 01 Dec 2016
Ends: 27 Jan 2017
Why do we want your views?

We are seeking comments on Merton’s draft basement and subterranean planning guidance which will be a chapter of the Design Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)        

The document provides guidance on existing development planning policies, such as Sites and Policies Plan DM D2 Design considerations in all developments part (b) Basement and subterranean development, planning guidance and regulations that apply in reference to basement developments in Merton. The guidance does not introduce new development planning polices or review existing Local Plan policies.  

The guidance should be used to inform planning applications within Merton that propose a new basement development or an extension to an existing basement development.

Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 01 Dec 2016
Ends: 27 Jan 2017
Why do we want your views?

We are seeking comments on Merton’s draft shop front planning guidance which will be part of the Design Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).

Merton’s shop front planning guidance is part 8 of the Design Supplementary Planning for the borough. Part 8 is designed to be a useful guide for shop owners, developers and building owners wanting to undertake work to shop fronts and signs. It also gives guidance for new-built retail units. It provides practical information about how to assess a shopfront, maintenance and how to make a planning application. The planning guidance includes a planning application tool which can be used to assist an applicant to make a shop front planning application.

Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 28 Nov 2016
Ends: 27 Jan 2017
Why do we want your views?

Merton Council is calling on people living and working in Merton to choose their priorities on how a share of just over £500,000 could improve their community over the next two years.  We are asking you to have your say by completing the short survey.

Consultation run by: Children, Schools & Families
Start: 07 Nov 2016
Ends: 20 Jan 2017
Why do we want your views?

From July to September 2016 we consulted with service users and stakeholders to gain feedback on our proposals for the future of our service

This consutation document provides an analysis of the responses received and goes on to set out our service plan for the future

Consultation run by: Community & Housing
Start: 18 Oct 2016
Ends: 31 Dec 2016
Why do we want your views?

Families in Merton are being encouraged to have their say on childhood obesity by completing a short survey. The survey from the Healthy London Partnership provides a unique opportunity for residents to get involved in addressing an important issue.

The Great Weight Debate survey asks if people are aware of the extent of childhood obesity in London, factors they think contribute to childhood obesity and seeks their ideas on how children and families could lead healthier lives.

The Great Weight Debate survey can be completed online at:

www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GWD2016

 

For more information about the Great Weight Debate, visit:

gethealthy.london/greatweightdebate

Consultation run by: Community & Housing
Start: 07 Dec 2016
Ends: 23 Dec 2016
Why do we want your views?

This consultation for Merton's First World War heritage project, Carved in Stone, is an important element of the final project evaluation. Several groups of stakeholders will be asked for feedback on their experience relating to the project during the course of the last 22 months.

This survey is for all individuals who have interacted with the project. This includes all manners of interaction, though mainly this will be: event attendees, interviewees, individuals from partner groups / organisations and volunteers.

Consultation run by: Environment & Regeneration
Start: 05 Sep 2016
Ends: 09 Dec 2016
Why do we want your views?

Every year Safer Merton carries out a Strategic Assessment which looks at all community safety issues in the borough.  As part of this process, a survey is conducted to find out the community's concerns in relation to crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour, and drugs and alcohol.

The results of the survey are combined with an examination of all the crimes that have happened in Merton in order to help set the Community Safety Partnership priorities for the following year.

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