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Have your say on our consultation and engagement activity.

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

Consultations and Surveys - Have Your Say...

Closed Consultations and Surveys

If you need any further help to access this information please call us on 0115 8763040 or email

"One Size Fits One" - Draft autism strategy

"One Size Fits One" - is the Draft autism strategy for adults who live and work in Nottingham City. It has been developed co-productively by people with autism, their carers, service providers and health and social care. Now we need you to tell us if we've got it right.

A consultation event will be held 24th April, at the New Arts Exchange. 39 - 41 Gregory Blvd, Nottingham NG7 6BE

Drop in between: 10am-12noon, 2-4pm, or  6-8pm

If you cannot make the consultation event on 24 April, you can still let us know what you think about our Draft Autism Strategy - 'One Size Fits One' by completing reading the strategy and completing the on-line survey.

pdf icon One Size Fits One Draft Autism Strategy [575kb]

Have your say on the "One Size Fits One" Draft Autism Strategy

Love Highfields Park?  Support our funding bid...

We want to restore Highfields Park to its former glory and we need your help in our bid for £4.2 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

In 2012 we carried out a consultation and almost 300 people had their say about what they'd like to happen to the Park.  The proposals you wanted us to include are to:

  • restore the historic buildings
  • dredge the lake
  • create a new woodland walk
  • improve safety for pedestrians and vehicles.

We are about to make our final bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund and we will know whether we have been successful in November 2014.

You can show your support for our bid by:

  • signing our petition
  • completing a short questionnaire which will tell us what you like about the park and what activities you'd like us to provide.   

For more information go to

Have your say on the proposal to modernise and relocate Hyson Green Library

Nottingham City Council is proposing to move Hyson Green Library into the Mary Potter Joint Service Centre. This proposal will provide many benefits for local people such as a one stop shop for services making it more convenient for local people; a high quality, modern and easy to access library with improved computer access and equipment including FREE WiFi; longer opening hours including Saturdays.

For more information about this proposal visit the following web pages: News PageHyson Green Library and The Mary Potter Centre

Have your say on the proposal to modernise and relocate Hyson Green Library

Joint Service Centres User Surveys 2014

From Monday 3 March 2014 we are running a customer survey of visitors to the Bulwell Riverside, Clifton Cornerstone, Mary Potter and St Ann's Valley Joint Service Centres. The survey will last for 3 weeks closing on Monday 24 March 2014. We are always looking at ways to improve our services and would value your views and comments. See below to access the online questionnaire each centre.

Online Versions

Word Versions

Have your say on Light Night 2014

On Friday February 28th, as part of the Light Night offer, Nottingham Castle will host exciting new entertainment, music, installations and projections for all ages. The theme of the event will link in with commemorations taking place across the country for the centenary of World War I.  Enjoy spectacular projections onto the Castle wall, and visit the caves for a WWI singsong. 

Light Night 2014 survey

word icon Accessible version of Light Night 2014 survey [19kb]

Have your say on Local Pharmacies

We are consulting on pharmacy services in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire to help us plan how we manage them to give citizens the best possible service.  We want 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 will feed 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 is a joint consultation between Nottinghamshire County Council and Nottingham City Council.  The consultation will close on Friday 25 April. 

For more information, including the consultation questions, please click here

If you provide your contact details you can be entered into a prize draw to win £20 Victoria Centre vouchers - your details will be kept separate from your responses.

Have your say on Reducing Avoidable Injuries in Children and Young People in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire - Draft Strategy

Avoidable injuries in children and young people are a serious public health issue and a leading cause of death and hospital admission for children in the UK.  Injuries put more children in hospital than any other cause. The long term effect of an injury can be substantial, both physically and emotionally, for children and their families.  Avoidable childhood injuries also carry significant costs to the NHS.

The aim of this draft strategy is 'To reduce avoidable injuries in children and young people age 0-17 years, to minimise inequalities and create safer environments for children'.

More information, including the strategy documents and an accessible version of the consultation questions are here or complete our online questionnaire 

The consultation closes on the 18th April 2014

Proposed Late Night Levy Consultation

Nottingham City Council are consulting on a proposed Late Night Levy.

The Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act gives Licensing Authorities such as Nottingham City Council the power to charge a Late Night Levy to persons licensed to sell alcohol late at night as a means of raising a contribution towards the costs of policing the late-night economy.

Nottingham City Council's Licensing Committee considered a proposed levy scheme on 18th December 2013 and resolved to consult on those proposals.

The decision to implement a levy or otherwise has not yet been made. The results of this consultation will play an important part in the Council making that decision. 

The consultation runs from 13th January 2014 to 6th April 2014 and the responses will be considered at a further meeting of the Licensing Committee before the issue is finally determined by a meeting of the full Council later in the year.

Have your say on the proposed Late Night Levy

You can also visit our Consultation Hub for more information

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Online School Admissions 2013

Thank you for applying for your child's school place online. We hope you found the process quick and easy to use.

We are always looking for ways to make the process easier for parents/carers and would value your views/comments of your experience. Please complete this questionnaire which should help us to make further improvements for parents and carers in the future.

Have your say on our electronic School Admissions process

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City Planning Customer Satisfaction 

You recently commented on a planning application.  Please take a few moments to tell us how we did.  Your views are really important to us as we want to ensure Planning Services continue to meet customer needs.

Have your say on City Planning

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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

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Street Drinking

People drinking on the streets can lead to antisocial behaviour and other problems in our communities. We are working to tackle these issues, and want to hear from you about whether street drinking is a problem in your community.

Have your say about Street Drinking in Nottingham

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Budget Consultation 2014/15 - Your City Your Services

The City Council's proposed budget for 2014/15, which includes £25.5m of savings, was passed by Full Council on Monday 4th March.

Over 3,000 responses were received as part of the Council's consultation on the budget, through surveys in the Arrow and online and at Have Your Say events. Top priorities - tackling crime and anti-social behaviour, services for elderly and vulnerable people and child protection - remained the same as in previous years.

Changes made as a result of the consultation include the withdrawal of £674,000 of proposed savings to supported accommodation services for citizens with mental health needs and a reduction in the £803,000 of savings proposed in the council's subsidy for the Home Improvement Agency.

The full report of findings from the budget process can be found as Appendix 6 of the budget papers, located here:

You can also visit our Consultation Hub for more information

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Strelley Road Neighbourhood Joint Service Centre - Proposals

Nottingham City Council are proposing to provide a new refurbished centre with modern and accessible facilities for the local community. This will provide benefits for local people and enable us to be more efficient in the way we work.

You can find out more about the proposed new developments, services and facilities, including improved computer access and equipment, free WiFi, extended opening hours, an 'Ask Here' function and meeting space for community use, on our news page

This consultation is now closed.

Have your say on the Strelley Road Joint Services Centre proposals

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Council Tax Support Scheme Consultation 2014/2015

Council Tax Support Scheme Consultation 2014/15 - Latest Update

A comprehensive 4 week formal public consultation exercise on proposals for the 2014/15 CTSS took place between 8 November and 6 December 2013.

The proposal to revise the 2014/15 CTSS consisted of changing the amount of support that is provided through CTSS for low income, working age households to either 75% of their maximum council tax liability or 80% of their maximum council tax liability. 

On 27 January 2014 Nottingham City Council adopted the Council Tax Support Scheme to take effect from 1 April 2014. This means that low income, working age households will receive a maximum of 80% help with their Council Tax bill (they will pay at least 20% of their Council Tax Bill in 2014/15).

The report to Full Council is available here:

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