If you are a resident or a service user of Queens Park (Court, Estate and Gardens), Hallfield Estate or Churchill Gardens, then we want to hear from you!
Westminster Council aims to strengthen a culture of play, physical activity, leisure, and sport across our Lives, Neighbourhoods and City.
We appreciate that some behaviours of others can be frustrating to some residents, and this may be reflected in feedback and community perception, however supporting children and families to play outdoors, in the street, communal areas and open spaces is not antisocial behaviour and will contribute to significant health benefits.
The project will review restrictive signage and byelaws such as ‘No Ball Games’ and ‘No Cycling’ signs and look to replace / remove these where appropriate.
In this second phase, the survey aims to gather views from residents and service users of the three selected pilot locations Queens Park (Court, Estate and Gardens), Hallfield Estate and Churchill Gardens.
The questionnaire includes feedback on suggestions we heard during Phase 1 of the consultation so that we can come up with an effective solution that allows more people to lead healthy and active lives in Westminster.
Your views are important to us, so please take the survey.
Visit the ‘Know Ball Games in Westminster’ page to find out more about the whole pilot and consultation process.