The Charter was first prepared in 2013 and sets out principles that have been informing development and other decisions for more than five years.
The Canons Lottery project is a direct result of the Charter, and is just one of the important achievements it has inspired.
We have been inviting views on the refresh since the beginning of 2019 and been in touch with more than 5,000 households in the local area.
We have received some great feedback.
We also held a workshop earlier this month for local people and councillors. This also heard from Merton Council’s futureMerton team about the changes Cricket Green can expect in the coming years.
Thank you to everyone who has been involved so far. We produced a report on the consultation feedback.
We are now asking for your views on a final draft of the new Cricket Green Charter.
Have a look and let us know what you think.
- Have we pitched things properly?
- What have we missed?
- Are these your priorities?
- How would you like to see Cricket Green change?
You can email us, get involved on Twitter, or come along and talk things through at our stall at Merton Heritage Discovery Day (at the Civic Centre in Morden on May 11th) or Mitcham Carnival (at Three Kings Piece in Mitcham on June 15th).
We also have an Open Meeting in Mitcham Cricket Pavilion on May 28th at 7pm and would love to chat to you there.
We need to have your feedback by the time of Mitcham Carnival.