Welcome to the Engage Nottingham Hub
Our hub brings together consultation activity undertaken by Nottingham City Council and its partners and provides you with the opportunity to have your say on the issues important to you. Our hub contains information about individual consultations planned, open and closed. It also highlights the key findings which have come out of consultation activities.
Researchers from the University of Nottingham would like to invite older residents (60 and up) to join them at an event exploring how we could use digital technologies to improve our health and wellbeing.
The School of Sciences in the University of Nottingham would like to learn from your experiences in order to help in the education of healthcare workers.
Community-led support is about developing community-led conversations - exploring and building on the skills, experiences, strengths and resources that people, their families, neighbours and communities all have.
The City Council would like your views on a proposal that could allow its narrowboat service to continue but be operated by an external Charitable Trust that can access wider funding opportunities.
The Libraries Customer Service survey is an opportunity to share your views on the city’s libraries - and we’d love to hear from you! Complete the survey and you could win one of two Intu vouchers worth £25 each.
Nottingham City Council, with the support of the school governing body, is proposing to increase the size and capacity of Middleton Primary school, from 420 to 630 places.
Nottingham City Council (with the support of the Governing Body) is proposing to increase the size and capacity of Glade Hill Primary school, from 210 places to 420 places.
Nottingham City Council is carrying out a consultation on a proposal to introduce a license scheme for all privately rented houses which are not already covered by existing license schemes.
Did you attend Light Night 2017?
Nottingham Green Partnership is developing an action plan to promote the opportunities that Nottingham has to remain at the forefront of sustainable development.