Consultation, Engagement and Surveys
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Consultations and Surveys - Have your say on...
- Stockhill Park Play Area
- Nottingham's Rights of Way Improvement Plan 2014
- Radford Recreation Ground
- City Planning Customer Satisfaction
- Environmental Health and Trading Standards Customer Satisfaction
Closed Consultations and Surveys
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We need your support to get additional funding for a new play area on the Park for children under 11. Click here to find out more and tell us what you would like to see as part of the new play area.
Closing date for comments is 18 July 2014.
Under the Countryside and Rights of Way (CROW) Act 2000, the City Council published its first Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP1) in November 2007. This Plan includes a number of actions to keep the rights of way network open, safe and attractive for everyone to use for recreation, pleasure, improving health and wellbeing and day to day travel and commuting.
Nottingham's 2nd Plan (ROWIP2) is now being prepared and following public consultation in 2013, and approval from the City Council's Portfolio Holder for Planning and Transportation, the Draft is ready for the next stage of public consultation. This consultation will commence on 19th May and will end on 11th August 2014.
Working with the Council's Area Committees, Neighbourhood Management Teams, the Nottingham Local Access Forum, local residents and users of the network, the revised new plan aims to:
- Take a holistic approach to improve the network
- Investigate site specific problems and identify practical solutions.
Any comments received during this consultation stage will be incorporated into the final version ready for formal adoption later this year.
Closing date: 11 August 2014.
Parks and Open Spaces are currently carrying out consultation on Radford Recreation Ground to get the views of local residents about future investment on the site. Click here to complete the survey online or click here to download a Word version suitable for use with screen readers [35kb]
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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.
We consulted on pharmacy services in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire this will help us plan how we manage them to give citizens the best possible service. We wanted to hear all about your experiences with, and opinions of the main pharmacy you use, and whether there is anything you would like to change.
Your answers to this consultation are being fed into your local 'Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment' (PNA) which will be used to inform decisions about things like where to site pharmacies, opening hours and what services are provided.
This was a joint consultation between Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council. The consultation closed on Friday 25 April.Is there anything wrong with this page? Make a comment on this service