A survey has been established for residents and businesses in Plumstead to find out their likes and dislikes, and what improvements can be undertaken. The town has seen no shortage of issues in recent times but is also undergoing big changes in the near future.
A group of local residents have created a survey to find out exactly what people want. Greenwich Council have begun to show interest in the area after tireless campaigning from locals, but it’s still a very slow process.
As an example, consultation on just what £150,000 of TfL money will be used towards along the High Street still hasn’t begun halfway through this financial year.
The survey can give them, and local business, pointers for forthcoming improvements.
Who knows, in coming years further steps such as Conservation Zone status, town centre managers and even Business Improvement District status could arrive.
Click here to complete the survey if a resident.
Click here if a local business.