Consultation, Engagement and Surveys
Have your say on our consultation and engagement activity.
Consultations and Surveys
- Pedal Assisted Electric Bicycles Have Your Say
- Highbury Vale Children's Play Area
- Draft Tobacco Control Strategy Have Your Say
- Havey Hadden Sports Village swimming programme
- Harvey Hadden Sports Village fitness class timetable
- Nottingham City Substance Misuse Treatment System Consultation
- Leen Valley Survey
- Nottingham Tennis Centre - Have your say
- Nottingham Citizens Survey 2014
- City Planning Customer Satisfaction
- Environmental Health and Trading Standards Customer Satisfaction
- Transport Consultations
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Nottingham City Council has been invited to submit a national bid for funding to introduce peddle assisted electric bikes in the City as part of our integrated transport network. This would form part of our existing Citycard Cycle Scheme and would complement our local public transport options.
By 'electric bike' we mean: A bicycle with a battery powered motor, which the user pedals, the motor assists the rider as much or as little as the rider requires.
To help us to understand what demand there is for pedal assisted electric bikes and what type of journeys will be made, we would like to hear your views. Please fill in this survey and be in with the chance of winning £20 voucher to spend in the Victoria Shopping centre.
NB. The current plan is to introduce electric bikes at certain points in the city as the initial pilot e.g. Broadmarsh Bus Station, Victoria Centre Bus Station and Queens Drive Park and Ride. The electric bikes would need to be returned to the same point.
Start Date: 15 July 2015
End Date: 4 August 2015
Following demand from local citizens your local Ward Councillors have decided to invest £25,000 in improving the Children's play area at Highbury Vale.
Using the feedback from the first public consultation three design proposals for Highbury Vale have been produced. Please look at each design and complete this short survey to let us know which you prefer and to tell us why.
Start Date: 10 July 2015
End Date: 24 July 2015
Nottingham published its first tobacco control strategy in 2009 and since that time the percentage of adults living in the City who smoke has reduced from 37% to 28%. This success has been achieved by colleagues working in partnership to achieve our shared vision of inspiring a smokefree generation.
Smoking is our biggest health inequality and is responsible for half of the difference in life expectancy between our least and most well off communities. Tobacco undermines the health of Nottingham's citizens in every possible sense. It has a direct impact on the health of people who use it and on those who are exposed to second hand smoke. The majority of smokers start before the age of 18 and are not fully aware of the harm it causes or how addictive it is.
This draft strategy provides an integrated approach to tobacco control and success is reliant upon the engagement and commitment of all stakeholders including the City Council, the NHS, the voluntary and community and business sectors. It sets out a clear vision to reduce the harm that tobacco use inflicts on our citizens and communities and it is this vision that forms the foundation for our revised Strategy. The strategy does not contain detailed lists of all the tobacco control activity that will be taking place across our City, but rather seeks to add value to existing activity through guiding, sharing and evaluating our work in addition to developing new activity.
Read the DRAFT Tobacco Control Strategy [794kb]
Start Date: 1 July 2015
End Date: 31 July 2015
Nottingham City Council has invested £13.5m to develop and transform Harvey Hadden Sports Village with additional funding bringing the total to £16m. It will be Nottingham's largest state-of-the-art leisure facility including a 50m swimming pool, fitness gym, health suite and two multi-use activity studios.
Please take a few moments to have your say about the swimming activities you would like available when the new facility opens in September 2015. Your feedback is really important and will help shape the new swimming programme. Thank you.
Start Date: 21st July 2015
End Date: 4th August 2015
Nottingham City Council has invested £13.5m to develop and transform Harvey Hadden Sports Village with additional funding bringing the total to £16m. It will be Nottingham's largest state-of-the-art leisure facility including a fitness gym, health suite and two multi-use activity studios. Please take a few moments to have your say about which fitness classes you would like available when the new facility opens in September 2015. Your feedback is really important and will help shape the new fitness class timetable.
Start Date: 12 June 2015
End Date: 31 July 2015
Nottingham City Council and Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership are looking to redesign and recommission the local substance misuse treatment system. The vision for the new model is a treatment system that delivers the best possible quality and standards of care, maximising numbers achieving a substance free lifestyle and recovery from substance misuse.
We are looking to consult with a wide range of service users, professionals and the public to inform the design of a new model for the substance misuse treatment system. There will be two stages of consultation via questionnaire, both aiming to reach as wide an audience as possible:
Stage One: 1 June to 26 June (To gain feedback on six potential models)
Stage Two: September 2015 (To gain feedback on the final model)
The consultation is open to services users, service managers and staff, partner stakeholders, voluntary sector services, family and carers and the general public.
Start Date: 1 June 2015
End Date: 26 June 2015
Do you live in the Leen Valley Ward? If so please help us by filling in this short survey, which aims to improve existing services and amenities.
We really need your help and if you leave your contact details you could win £50 Love to Shop Vouchers.
A map showing an outline of the Ward is at the start of the survey, to see if you fall within our target area.
The Nottingham Tennis Centre is looking to further develop the accessibility of its tennis activities to the citizens of Nottingham. There will be some exciting new programmes coming to the centre in September and we would like to hear your comments.
For more information, please visit http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/ntc
This consultation has now closed.
Interviewers from the independent research organisation, Information by Design, will be undertaking doorstep surveys with 2,000 randomly selected Nottingham residents over the next six weeks.
This annual survey gathers a range of information for the Council around issues such as resident satisfaction, customer service and health needs. Interviewers will be working seven days a week but should not make any calls after 8pm. They will all be carrying a signed photo ID card, and should leave behind a leaflet containing the company's contact details.
For more information about the survey, please contact Tony Leafe on email@example.com or call on 0115 876 3342
City Planning are always trying to ensure that services meet our customer needs. If you have previously commented on a planning application please . and 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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