Completed consultations


From 12 Mar 2024 to 12 Apr 2024

We want your views about our proposals to introduce a new Assistive Technology Enabled Care (ATEC) service as part of the social care and NHS offer in Royal Greenwich. We want to use the best of technology to help people stay independent for longer; increase their wellbeing, independence and confidence, whilst providing support for carers and loved ones.

From 18 Jan 2024 to 09 Feb 2024

We are seeking views on the proposed closure of Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Tudway Road, Kidbrooke, London, SE3 9YX

From 08 Jan 2024 to 05 Feb 2024

Work is underway to draft an Inclusive Economy Strategy for the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

This sets out our vision to create a more sustainable and resilient economy which works for everyone, and where no one is left behind. 

We're inviting residents and businesses to share their views on the draft strategy, including the priorities and actions identified.

Have your say by 5 February 2024.

From 24 Nov 2023 to 31 Jan 2024

We’re developing a new Culture Strategy for the borough and we want your help.

We’re asking people who live, work, study and socialise in the borough what cultural opportunities they want to see offered in Royal Greenwich. We want to find out more about local experiences of cultural or creative activities like music or concerts, arts and crafts, theatre or performances, dance, creative writing, local heritage, festivals, community events and activities for wellbeing.

From 15 Dec 2023 to 28 Jan 2024

We are asking our residents to comment before we set our annual budget for 2024 to 2025.  

Each year we spend more than £311 million to provide essential services. From giving children a good start to council homes and supporting families on a low-income. Locally, we are also dealing with an aging population and young people with increasingly complex needs without the appropriate funding to match it. 

Our local authority, like many others across London are now struggling due to persistent government cuts. We have lost 53% of our funding since 2010 alone but demand continues to rise for council services due the cost of living crisis, the temporary accommodation crisis and spiralling inflation. 

We need your views to set the budget that allows us to adapt to the changing needs of our communities while addressing the increasing number of challenges of remaining financially sustainable.

Your views will inform the decisions our Councillors make at the Full Council meeting in February on the overall budget.