People can have their say on potential improvements to take place in Hampton.
Richmond Council launched a consultation on Monday, March 3, to find out what people want to happen in the community and Hampton Square, which opened after regeneration last year.
The council has already spent £800,000 on the area including the square, which includes a water feature, seating, landscaping and space for community activities such as a Saturday market.
Cabinet member for environment Councillor Pamela Fleming said: “The council has invested heavily in Hampton and put in a tremendous amount of work to make it a picturesque place which everyone can enjoy.
“I would urge as many residents as possible to take part in the consultation, to ensure everyone who is interested in the project has a say on its future.”
The consultation will close on Monday, March 31. To take part, fill out a questionnaire from the Family Centre in Hampton, Hampton library and shops or visit consultation.richmond.gov.uk.