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Have your say - Redbridge Council consultations
23 August 2016

Redbridge Council is currently running two very important consultations that will see Redbridge and Ilford change considerably, we would appreciate if you would please circulate the information below to your contacts and to residents so they have a chance to have their say.

Ilford Public Realm consultation
Major improvements have been unveiled for Ilford High Road.
We want your views on the plans for Ilford in our Ilford Public Realm consultation, a multi-million pound boost for major street improvements which is set to transform Ilford High Road.

Ambitious plans will create new high-quality, accessible public spaces, and alongside the arrival of Crossrail, the major street improvements will help to fundamentally revitalise Ilford Town Centre. The proposed improvements will take place at Ilford High Road (from the crossroads with Cranbrook Road through to the area outside Ilford Police Station) and will include the following connecting side streets: Clements Lane, Clements Road and Chadwick Road. The proposed improvements will take place between 2017 and 2019.

Find out more and have your say on the Public Realm Consultation

Redbridge Local Plan
We are asking for residents’ views on the Redbridge Local Plan 2015 – 2030 which sets out a vision for new homes, jobs and infrastructure in the borough over the next 15 years following approval for consultation at Full Council in July.

The Local Plan is the main planning document used to ensure that new developments are of the right type, in the right place, and at the right time.

The Local Plan responds to key challenges and new opportunities such as a rising population, housing growth, boosting the economy, maximising benefits of Crossrail and providing the social and community infrastructure that residents and businesses need. Our population is growing rapidly and is estimated to rise by 65,000 over next 15 years, reaching 362,000 by 2030. This means we must identify ways to provide homes, schools and community facilities.

We want your views on the ‘soundness’ of the Plan by the end of September. The National Planning Policy Framework (2012) sets out four tests of soundness against which the Local Plan will be assessed by an independent Planning Inspector.

Find out more and have your say on the Local Plan
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