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Have your say

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and complete our online survey.

Our vision is to create a new life sciences development at Whitechapel Road and transform a series of out-dated buildings and empty sites around the Royal London Hospital, creating thousands of jobs and improving the streets and public spaces in the local area.

Together with local institutions, Barts and QMUL, we share a vision for the area to develop into a life science cluster, with a mixture of small, medium and large commercial life science and knowledge-related companies, all co-locating with the existing institutions.

We are still developing our plans and want to hear from you about what you think about our proposals for Whitechapel Road and how we can improve the local environment for people to enjoy.

Please complete our survey below to let us know your views.

If you have any questions or would like this survey in a hard copy or alternative format please get in touch with us.

Email: whitechapelroad@londoncommunications.co.uk

1. What is your relationship with Whitechapel? (Multiple choice)

2. We have received a great deal of support for our vision to transform a series of out-dated buildings and empty sites around the Royal London Hospital to create a new home for life science activity, generating thousands of jobs and improving the streets and public spaces in the local area. Do you agree that this is the right approach for the area?

3. Our proposals include a range of new ground floor spaces for the public to use and benefit from throughout the masterplan. What kind of uses would you like to see and use. (Multiple choice)

4. In response to feedback from the first phase of our public consultation the new space beside St Philip’s Church will include a lawned area, increased planting and places to sit. Do you agree that this is the right approach for the area?

5. Our consultation has also revealed that anti-social behaviour is perceived as an important issue in the area. As a response, our proposals include design measures to mitigate this, such as improved lighting, ground floor activation, open and accessible public spaces, improved signage and pedestrian routes. Is there anything else you believe would help you feel more secure in the area?

6. In response to feedback from the public consultation, our designs now include the retention and inclusion of the Royal London Hospital’s old Outpatient Department on Stepney Way and Turner Street. To make the building fit for purpose internally and accommodate leading life sciences occupiers, we are considering a contemporary extension. Do you welcome this approach?

7. In order to improve public access to and around the site, we are proposing a new landscaped pedestrian walk-through, over 12 metres wide, we are calling Hospital Walk. This is aligned North-South and connects from Philpot Street and the Whitechapel Estate, through to London Square and the new Town Hall development. Do you welcome this approach? (Multiple choice)

8. Is there anything else you would like to tell us about the proposals?