Consultation, Engagement and Surveys
Have your say on our consultation and engagement activity.
- Sneinton-Dales Joint Service Centre
- Nottinghamshire Transforming Care Programme 2016
- City Planning Customer Satisfaction
- Environmental Health and Safer Housing Customer Satisfaction
- Transport Consultations
If you need any further help to access this information please call us on 0115 876 3342 or 0115 8764871 or via email on email@example.com
1940's Knees Up Survey
Have your say on the 1940's Knees Up which took place at Nottingham Castle on Monday 2 May.
Complete the online survey and tell us your thoughts about this event.
The consultation will run from 2 May to 2 June 2016.
Pavilion on Wollaton Park
Nottingham City Council is looking to develop the pavilion on Wollaton Park that is situated next to the play area near the main entrance. The pavilion has not been used for a number of years and is in need of refurbishment to bring it back into use.
This project will cost in the region of £120,000. Some funding has already been secured for this project; however the Parks team will be applying for external funding this year in the hope to deliver the project in 2017.
The project includes the refurbishment of the existing building to create a space for a café/refreshment facility which looks out onto the park and play area with an outdoor seating area, an accessible toilet and space in the building which can be used by the community.
Friends of Southglade Leisure Centre
We are recruiting citizens to be involved in our new 'Friends of Southglade Leisure Centre' group.
We really want to ensure we are delivering what Nottingham Citizens really want from our leisure centres. We are keen to listen to local residents who live in the Bestwood area and do not currently use Southglade Leisure Centre. This is an opportunity for you to tell us why you do not currently use the centre and to help us develop new ideas, products and programmes which may mean you would use the centre in the future.
Our first group meeting is to be held on Tuesday 26th April 2016, 18:00pm - 19.30pm at Southglade Leisure Centre, Southglade Road, Bestwood, Nottingham, NG5 5GU. The group will be made up of both current customers and Nottingham citizens who live locally but do not currently use our facility. As a non user you will be required to complete a questionnaire before attending the session.
If you live in the Bestwood area of the City and would like to express an interest in taking part please email Zoe McAtamney at firstname.lastname@example.org, contact me by telephone on 0115 876 4871 or write to Research, Engagement and Consultation, Strategy and Commissioning, Loxley House, Station Street, Nottingham, NG2 3NG by Thursday 21st April. We will look to contact all those who have expressed an interest in attending by Friday 22nd April.
Nottingham City Council, in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police, is refurbishing and extending the current Sneinton Police Station building on Sneinton Dale, to provide modern and accessible facilities for the local community.
Have your Say
Why not comment on the services for the centre, convenient opening hours for the library and have your say on the name for the new centre on Sneinton Dale.
Complete the online survey and tell us your thoughts on the new Centre in the Dales.
The consultation will run from March to 31 May 2016.
Concerning children, young people and adults with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism who display behaviour that challenge
Are you interested in helping to transform the care for people with learning disabilities and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges, then we encourage you to let us know your views?
Together we can transform and deliver the right services for the future.
Nottinghamshire is one of five areas nationally which has been selected by NHS England to lead the way in helping to change how we provide care. This includes:
- Reducing the number of people that are admitted to hospital unnecessarily
- Improving access to interventions to prevent a health crisis
- Putting in place the right support for those who need help in a crisis.
Nottingham City Council, Nottinghamshire County Council and the National Health Service are consulting on plans that will support people to stay in their community near family and friends rather than living in hospitals for long periods of time.
Our aim is to transform care and support for individuals with a learning disability and/or autism who display behaviour that challenges including those with a mental health condition so that their care is focused on keeping them healthy, well and supported in the community.
To do this, services in local communities will be strengthened meaning there will be more community beds and fewer longer term admissions.
The consultation runs from 29 February until 20 May (midnight) 2016.Nottinghamshire Transforming Care Programme Have Your Say
City Planning are always trying to ensure that services meet our customer needs. If you have previously commented on a planning application please tell us what you thought about our service.
This service satisfaction survey is on-going
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. All the information received will be classed as confidential and is for monitoring purposes only.
This service satisfaction survey is ongoing.
To give us your feedback on the current transport consultations the City Council is undertaking on a range of projects and proposals.
There are various transport consultations and they are ongoing
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