CONSULTATION PAPER: THE QUESTIONS

The questions in the consultation paper are as follows:

Question 1: Do you agree that the GLA should make resident ballots a funding condition for estate regeneration schemes?

Question 2: Do you agree with the proposed criteria that would trigger the requirement for a resident ballot? Why/why not?

Question 3: Do you agree with the proposed scope of resident ballots? Why/why not?

Question 4: Do you agree with the proposed stage in an estate regeneration process at which ballots should happen? Why/why not?

Question 5: Do you have any other comments on the threshold, scope and timing of resident ballots?

Question 6: Do you agree with the proposed eligibility criteria for resident ballots? Why/why not?

Question 7: Do you agree that eligibility criteria should be the same for all schemes? Why/why not?

Question 8: Do you agree with the Mayor’s proposed requirements for implementing ballots? Why/why not?

Question 9: Do you have proposals for other potential Mayoral requirements for implementing ballots?

Question 10: Do you agree with the proposed exemption where the demolitions are required to deliver an infrastructure scheme? Why/why not?

Question 11: Do you agree with the proposed exemption where the demolitions are required to address safety issues? Why/why not?

Question 12: Do you agree with the proposed exemption where a specialist or supported housing scheme is being decommissioned by a local authority? Why/why not?

Question 13: Do you have proposals for other potential exemptions to the proposed funding condition?

Question 14: Do you agree with the proposed transitional arrangements? Why/why not?

The consultation is open for eight weeks and the deadline for responses is 5pm on Tuesday 3 April 2018. After considering responses, the Mayor’s policy will be implemented through a change to the GLA’s Affordable Housing Capital Funding Guide.

Replies should be sent:

By email: ballotsconsultation@london.gov.uk

By post: Consultation on ballots in Estate Regeneration
Housing & Land Directorate
Greater London Authority
169 Union Street
London SE1 0LL

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