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.
The City Council has begun its consultation regarding the creation of a Cumulative Impact Assessment in Nottingham and we need your views on the proposals.
Have your say on the on the designs for the new children’s play area at Bulwell Bogs
We are seeking your views on the Nottingham 2050 plan to inspire sustainable practices for citizens, businesses and non-profit sector.
We are seeking citizens views on energy bills to support in writing a fuel poverty strategy
Citizens and stakeholders are being asked to give their feedback on the Council’s proposal to introduce a scheme of additional licensing for privately rented Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMOs) in the City.
Nottingham City Council is undertaking work to transform the southern entrance to the city centre.
Nottingham City Council is committed to providing quality services. We need to know your views as a customer about the service you have received from us and whether we are meeting your needs.
The Nottingham City Hate Crime Action Plan will refresh the City’s approach to tackling hate crime including prevention, response and outcomes for victims, communities and offenders.
Have your say on the proposals for refurbishment of Torvill Park Children’s play area.
We would like you to have your say on the Council’s new housing strategy 2018-2021 which you can do by clicking the link below:
Local Government (Miscellaneous) Provision Act 1976. Nottingham City Council has begun consultation on its proposals to introduce specific signage requirements on all Private Hire Vehicles to support public understanding and safety with effect from 1 June 2018.
Government’s austerity and social care crisis create ‘tipping point’ for City Council budget
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