Newham

Green Street

Newham Council wants to hear from residents and businesses of Green Street to help shape the future of the area.​​​​​

​​We want to hear from you

The Mayor of Newham, alongside Councillors for Boleyn, Green Street East and Green Street West, asked you, the Green Street community, to submit your ideas on ways to improve what the high street has to offer.

We asked you:

  • How would you like Green Street to look like in the future?
  • What would you do to improve the high street? 
  • How could we make the market better?
Residents and businesses in Boleyn, Green Street East and Green Street West wards received a freepost postcard to feeback their ideas. There was also a survey that residents could use to share their ideas.

The closining date to submit ideas was Sunday 30 June.

The findings from the recent community engagement exercise on the high street and market will presented to the Green Street community in the autumn. The findings will be made available on this page. Following the publication of the findings report, the Council will communicate the possible projects it is considering to support the local communities aspirations to improve and revitalise Green Street.

If you have any questions please email
greenstreet@newham.gov.uk.

 
 

Surveys contucted around Queens Market and Hamara Ghar

You may notice some surveys and inspections being carried out in and around Queens Market and Hamara Ghar over the next few weeks. The work is being carried out by John Rowan and Partners on behalf of the London Borough of Newham, and is required to assess the existing condition of both the market and Hamara Ghar to identify any works that may be required.

These investigations will allow the Council to better understand the current condition of the existing buildings and their future maintenance requirements. We hope this will also help to address and identify issues which have been longstanding in respect to the car park and market buildings, and point to possible solutions that would resolve some of these issues.

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