Consultation, Engagement and Surveys
Have your say on our consultation and engagement activity.
Consultations and Surveys
- Budget Consultation 2015/16
- Dales Neighbourhood Joint Service Centre - Proposals
- Your City Your Services
- Nottingham Citizens Survey 2014
- Proposed admission arrangements for the 2016/17 school year
- Nottingham City DRAFT Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment
- City Planning Customer Satisfaction
- Environmental Health and Trading Standards Customer Satisfaction
- Transport Consultations
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Government funding for the council has shrunk by £72m since 2010, leading to the council carrying out £123m of savings in its budgets over the past four years. The council is now preparing to set its budget for 2015/16 and has so far identified £21.8m of savings proposals, with a further £5.3m of savings still having to be found before the budget is finally set next year.
Start date: 16 December 2014
End date: 27 February 2015
Nottingham City Council in partnership with Nottinghamshire Police is proposing to refurbish and extend Sneinton Police Station, in Sneinton Dale, to provide modern and accessible facilities for the local community including a new library, a police base, as well as other Council services. To do this, the Council would like to relocate Sneinton and Bakersfield libraries into a refurbished and extended building on the site of the Sneinton Police Station.
Start date: 27 November 2014
End date: 16 January 2015
The Local Authority is consulting on a proposal to change the 2016/17 admission arrangements for community schools in Nottingham City from those approved for the 2015/16 school year.
These arrangements are for pupils who will be starting school for the first time in September 2016, or changing from one school to another between September 2016 and July 2017
Community schools in Nottingham are the ones run by Nottingham City Council. This means that the Council is responsible for offering or refusing places at these schools.
Start date: 3 November 2014
End date: 2 January 2015
Every year, the Council's financial position continues to get more and more difficult. This year, we are again giving you the opportunity to have your say in this new "Your City Your Services" survey.
Next year, the grant money we get from the Government for our day-to-day spending will be cut yet again - this time by around £30 million. This is on top of the £72 million funding reduction we have had since 2010.
And while the Government pays less in grant towards council services, we are seeing the demand for some of our most vital services such as child protection and elderly care continue to grow.
Last year, we asked for your views on which council services are important to you and where you thought savings could be made. This information helped us make decisions to try to protect things like support for elderly and vulnerable people and tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.
Your responses will help us once again as we try to meet the huge challenges which could have major implications for the services we provide for Nottingham citizens.
Complete this survey for a chance to WIN two tickets to see this year's Theatre Royal panto - 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' on Friday 12 December (7.15 pm performance).
This consultation has now closed the results will be published shortly.
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 or call him on 0115 8763342
This consultation has now closed, the findings will be published shortly.
The local Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA) is a document that outlines service needs and ensures that pharmaceutical services across Nottingham City both meet the needs of the population and are in the correct locations to support the citizens of Nottingham.
Pharmaceutical services are provided by Community Pharmacies, Dispensing GP Practices and Dispensing Appliance Contractors.
The PNA is really important because it will be used as the basis for informing decisions when applications for new pharmacies are received and for commissioning new services within community pharmacies.
For further information about the consultation, or if you need help completing the survey or require it or the draft PNA in a different format, please contact Jean Robinson on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0115 8765428
All consultation findings and comments will be used to shape the final PNA for the City. This will be available on 1st April 2015.
This consultation has now closed.
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 ongoing
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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