When to get involved in the scheme

Before each stage begins we will write to every household and business in the area to let you know what is happening, as well as how and when you can get involved. We will share findings with you after each stage.

Here’s a breakdown of the sections and dates so that you know when to get involved.

StageWhat it involves?Dates
Perception surveyWe conducted a perception survey to find out what you think of Chingford.
The results from this survey have been used to develop the initial design for stage two of the scheme (see below).
April 2016
Co-design workshopsIn April/ May we wrote to all addresses in the consultation area inviting residents and businesses to attend a workshop where we presented an initial design shaped by the results of the perception survey. The comments from this workshop helped us improve the design and develop a group of proposals for the public consultation, stage three (see below).April/ May 2016
ConsultationAll households have been sent a flyer inviting you to take part online, and letting you know how to request a hard copy document. You will have three weeks to review the proposals and complete the questionnaire, giving us your comments on the design for the Chingford scheme. The results from this stage will be used to make alterations to the plans (stage five) to reflect the concerns and aspirations people have in the area.September 2016
Drop in sessionsWe’ll hold drop in sessions during the consultation period, so you have the chance to see the plans in person, speak to us face to face and ask questions. Dates for these sessions will be included in the consultation flyer and promoted through the Council twitter feed @wfcouncil.September 2016
Final plans updateAll of the information and feedback gathered will be used to shape a final design. We’ll write to you with details of what this looks like. All information will be available online and we will still welcome your views during this stage.2016
ConstructionThe exact start and end date of the construction period will depend on the results from the consultation period. Before work starts on specific roads, we’ll send a letter to let you know what to expect. During construction we’ll try to keep disruption to a minimum and have signs in place so you know what’s happening.2017