Completed consultations


From 20 Nov 2022 to 03 Jan 2023

Tell us what you think about our proposals for rent levels for 2023-24 and your ideas for supporting vulnerable people.

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From 28 Nov 2022 to 26 Dec 2022

The government abolished council tax benefit in 2013 and every council had to design its own scheme to provide local support to working-age residents on low incomes. The scheme is called local council tax support (LCTS). In Royal Greenwich the scheme was last reviewed in 2019. 

The Council is proposing to change the scheme as it applies to working-age residents in the borough, to help residents through the cost-of-living crisis and beyond. 

The Council must consult on its proposals and, if agreed, have the new scheme in place by March 2023 to start on 1 April 2023. If the proposals are not agreed the current scheme remains the same. 

These changes will not apply to pensioners who have reached the age for claiming pension credit, in other words the changes will only affect people of working age. 

The government’s changes to benefits, will not affect existing council tax discounts and exemptions, such as the 25% single person’s discount and the exemption for people who are severely mentally impaired.  

We would like you to have your say on this short survey. 

From 17 Dec 2022 to 24 Dec 2022

We are seeking your views on our proposals for new council houses at Richmount Gardens, part of our Greenwich Builds programme to create 1,750 new council homes across the borough. Access our consultation here.

From 17 Dec 2022 to 24 Dec 2022

We are seeking your views on our proposals for new council houses at Richmount Gardens, part of our Greenwich Builds programme to create 1,750 new council homes across the borough. Access our consultation here.

From 17 Dec 2022 to 24 Dec 2022

We are seeking your views on our proposals for new council houses at Richmount Gardens, part of our Greenwich Builds programme to create 1,750 new council homes across the borough. Access our consultation here.