ST. RICHARD'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOL PLAYING FIELD CONSULTATION
The autumn 2016 consultation proposals showed a change to the western boundary of Ham Close. This boundary change would involve using a strip (687m² or approximately 4%) of Council-owned playing field land, which is currently used by St. Richard’s Church of England Primary School. This is located at the rear of the playing field adjoining Ham Close.
This boundary change is needed to enable phase one of the redevelopment to take place on open areas of land (part of which would be the school playing field land). This would allow Ham Close residents to stay on the Close until their new homes are ready, rather than moving off the Close and returning at a later point. Richmond Council asked for feedback on this proposed boundary change between the 9 November and 21 December 2017.
The consultation overview and supporting documents can be found here.
The document below summarises the key themes from the consultation and provides the full survey results.
As part of the wider Ham Close redevelopment programme, RHP and the Council held two drop-in sessions at Ham Library for Ham Close residents and the wider community to have their say on the re-provision of community facilities.
These took place on:
Wednesday 7th March 2018, 2pm – 4pm (part of the RHP Customers drop-in session)
Tuesday 13th March 2018, 5.30pm – 7.30pm
We provided a summary of what we’ve heard so far and there was an opportunity to comment and ask questions. Representatives from RHP, Richmond Council and partner organisations were available to speak to at the events.
The feedback from the sessions will help to inform design development. These sessions form part of an ongoing conversation with the local community, with further engagement opportunities later in the year.
To view a copy of the information developed for the sessions, please see the document below.We always welcome comments via the Ham Close website. Please get in touch with us at email@example.com
Page last updated: 16 March 2018