An online tool called StickyWorld lets Roehampton residents take an online tour of their town centre,
the area around Allbrook House and Danebury Avenue, and leave sticky notes on the virtual buildings and public spaces they see, with comments on how they would like to improve them.
This is part of Wandsworth Council’s attempt to improve Roehampton and parts of Battersea for which they have said they will be spending £100 million.
Councillor Ravi Govindia, leader of the council, said: “We want to know what you think about your neighbourhood. What would you change? To help you answer these questions we’ve created a quick, easy and fun way for you to talk to us.”
People who do not have internet access can use the website at Roehampton Library, with staff available to help them, while those who do not want to go online can put hand-written comments on a map of the town centre at the library or the local housing office.
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