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Quick polls - June 2016
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Jun 2016  to 30 Jun 2016
Feedback due 04 Jul 2016
Why are we doing this?

During June we asked for your views on a variety of topics via our quick poll questions.

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Quick polls - May 2016
London Borough of Croydon From 01 May 2016  to 31 May 2016
Feedback due 04 Jun 2016
Why are we doing this?

During May we asked for your views on a variety of topics via our quick poll questions.

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Challenge yourself - Take part in Croydon's Crime Quiz
London Borough of Croydon From 13 Jan 2016  to 31 May 2016
Feedback due 31 Aug 2016
Why are we doing this?
Think you know Croydon? Test your knowledge in our crime quiz. more detail View more details for consultation Challenge yourself - Take part in Croydon's Crime Quiz

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Have your say on proposals for 20mph in north-east Croydon
London Borough of Croydon From 04 Apr 2016  to 20 May 2016
Feedback due 30 Jun 2016
Why are we doing this?

The council wishes to engage with residents, businesses and community groups in north-east Croydon to find out what they think of proposals to introduce a 20mph speed limit in the area.

The proposals aim to make our roads safer and more pleasant. They also aim to encourage sustainable and safer modes of transport such as walking and cycling.

To find out more about the proposals in full, including supporting documents, please go to: https://www.croydon.gov.uk/20mph.

To take part, please follow the link to the survey at the bottom of this page.

The responses we receive will be analysed and a report will be put together. If sufficient support is found the council will continue with a statutory consultation for the proposal at a later date.

If you need any of the information or the questionnaire in a different format, please call 0208 726 6000, extension 52831.

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Do you have questions about the quality of health and social care in Croydon?
London Borough of Croydon From 16 Sep 2015  to 10 May 2016
Feedback due 30 Jun 2016
Why are we doing this?
Scrutiny committees listen to local people and make recommendations on future policies. Scrutiny is not confined to what the council does.  The  health, social and housing sub-committee look at local health services including GP surgeries, hospitals, midwives and health visitors and community workers.

 
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New Addington Central Parade Phase 2
London Borough of Croydon From 28 Apr 2016  to 06 May 2016
Feedback due 01 Jul 2016
Why are we doing this?

This is the second public consultation for the new Leisure and community centre at Central Parade. 

Your views have been important for us to understand the wider issues and needs of use in Central Parade. Following the initial event, we have incorporated your comments where we could and are now looking at refining the proposals. Please follow these steps in order to provide us with your feedback.  

Step 1: Review the proposal boards in the report section at the bottom of this page.

Step 2:  Tell us what you think by completing the survey also located at the bottom of this page.

The aim of the survey is to obtain your views and ideas on the exciting proposals for the new leisure and community facilities. What you have to say will be used to help develop future proposals.

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April polls - Check out what people told us
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Apr 2016  to 01 May 2016
Feedback due 13 May 2016
Why are we doing this?

During April we continued to ask for your views on a variety of topics via our quick poll questions.

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March polls - check out what people told us
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Mar 2016  to 31 Mar 2016
Feedback due 06 Apr 2016
Why are we doing this?
During March we continued to ask for your views on a variety of topics via our quick poll questions. more detail View more details for consultation March polls - check out what people told us

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Do you have questions for Councillor Watson?
London Borough of Croydon From 01 Mar 2016  to 22 Mar 2016
Feedback due 31 Mar 2016
Why are we doing this?
The Cabinet Member for Communities, Safety and Justice, Councillor Mark Watson will hold his Question Time session on Tuesday 22 March as part of the Scrutiny and Overview Committee meeting and we are inviting you to ask your questions.
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Ashburton Park and the Pavilion - Share your views
London Borough of Croydon From 22 Feb 2016  to 21 Mar 2016
Feedback due 30 Jun 2016
Why are we doing this?
The Council wants to revitalise Ashburton Park and breathe new life into this Historic Park and Garden. We aim to re-establish Ashburton Park as an inclusive, accessible and vibrant Village Green, one which celebrates the heritage and character of the local area, the parks environment and its historic buildings. This will be delivered through improvements to the grounds and renovation of important park assets like the locally listed former convent/library, the Lodge and kiosk pavilion, in order to bring these buildings back into use, to add more diversity and vitality to the park.

Rejuvenating this 18½ acres Park will help it to become a key destination, offering a broad choice of leisure and recreational activities and events, supported by good quality open space, better facilities and refurbished accommodation, helping to create a community hub in the park. The regeneration of Ashburton Park will also support priorities for health and wellbeing, growth, learning, and social value, which together will help to stimulate the local economy and provide greater opportunities for the wider community.
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