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Nottingham City Council values all feedback and is interested to hear your views about services and events.  

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If you need any further help to access this information please call us on 0115 876 3040 or email engage@nottinghamcity.gov.uk  

Nottingham Tennis Centre
Have your say

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.

We would really appreciate your time in answering the questions below to help shape the future development of the centre. As a thank you, we will enter each completed survey with contact details into a FREE prize draw and you could win a £20 Victoria Centre shopping voucher.

Nottingham Tennis Centre have your say

For more information, please visit http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/ntc

This consultation has now closed.

Have your say on the Nottingham City Council integrated Children's Centre and School Partnership Proposal

Nottingham City Council runs 18 Children's Centres, which bring together a range of free services for children from birth to five, and their families. Services vary at each centre according to local community needs but all centres provide:

a) Links to childcare - including the 'Free Childcare for 2 year olds' offer

b) Family support

c) Parent and toddler activities

They're very important to us. Children learn and develop through fun activities and play - and helping them to do this is a top priority for Nottingham City Council.

We know they are very important to you too and we need to think about the way our services are organised across Children's Centres, Schools and other community settings.

In particular, we want to work in greater partnership with schools, which could see the neighbouring schools take over children's centres when they are based on the same site.

Nottingham City Council is exploring a number of options for how we can deliver our services for children and families in the community.

And we would like to get your views on our proposal

We are not planning to close any of our Children's Centres but wish to ensure we use them in the best possible way. Therefore we would like to know which services you think are important and which buildings in your community they should be run from.

Our proposal includes

a) Children's Centres activities will be delivered from six main centres across the City: Southglade Access Centre, Meadows Children's Centre, Hyson Green Children's Centre, Broxtowe Children's Centre, Bulwell Children's Centre and Sneinton Children's Centre. The remaining 12 centres will provide advice, support and some services in partnership with schools and health.

b) Neighbouring schools will lease Children's Centre buildings and use some of the space for additional primary school classrooms and meeting rooms.

c) Services such as Adult Learning, Parenting Support, and Stay and Play Sessions will be run from community buildings across the city including libraries and community centres to reach families where they want to access services.

Have your say

All completed forms with contact details will be entered into a FREE prize draw and you could win an Ipad mini, or a family pass to 'Peppa Pig World' or Alton Towers for having your say!

This consultation has now closed.

Consultation on Sexual Health Services in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County

We wish to understand your thoughts about a draft Sexual Health Service Model proposed for Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County and to consider any further changes needed before we progress. 

Nottingham City Council and Nottinghamshire County Council's current contracts relating to sexual health services expire on 31 March 2016. Re-procurement will be undertaken to commission new services from 1 April 2016.

Under The Local Authorities Regulations 2013, each local authority is mandated to provide, or make arrangements for the provision of open access sexual health services. Findings from the Health Needs Assessments (HNAs), stakeholder, service user and public engagement indicate we should prioritise 'one stop shops' (to improve patient experience and journey) and more strongly emphasise sexual health promotion (to increase uptake and awareness especially among young people and other high risk groups with unmet need).

Before responding to the survey, please read the background information supplied. The deadline for response is by 5pm, 2 April 2015. Your responses will be treated with confidence at all times. We will use your feedback as best we can to reflect what local people want. 

If you have any questions relating to this consultation, please contact sexualhealth.consultation@nottscc.gov.uk

Key Documents

This consultation has now closed.

Dales Neighbourhood Joint Service Centre - Proposals

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.

This consultation has now closed.

word icon Dales Public Consultation findings [845kb]

word icon Minutes of Dales Public Consultation meeting [19kb]

Nottingham Citizens Survey 2014 

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 tony.leafe@nottinghamcity.gov.uk or call on 0115 876 3342

2014 Citizens Survey Findings

City Planning Customer Satisfaction 

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.

Have Your Say on City Planning

This service satisfaction survey is on-going

Environmental Health and Trading Standards Customer Satisfaction

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.

Have your say on Environmental Health and Trading Standards

This service satisfaction survey is ongoing

 Transport Consultations

To give us your feedback on the current transport consultations the City Council is undertaking on a range of projects and proposals.

Have Your Say on Current Transport Consultations

There are various transport consultations and they are ongoing



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