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Doing things differently: Have your say by the 16th January


Consultation is important: as a council, we need to know that the decisions we make take into account the views of the people of Nottinghamshire. Involving the public in the work of local government has become an integral part of the policy-making process. It's not simply about more open-government, although that too is important, it's about making policies more effective by listening to and taking on-board the views of the public and interested groups.

Our consultations

Search for and view our forthcoming, current and completed consultations, with links to relevant information.

To view consultations which closed on or before 31 March 2012, view the consultation archive.

TitleOverview/aims/objectivesStart dateEnd dateStatus
Pilot school health and wellbeing surveyTo understand health and wellbeing needs/behaviours of pupils in Years 5-1302 February 201522 May 2014Proposed
Tobacco Control Consultation To ensure that there are evidence based tobacco control and smoking cessation services delivered across the whole of Nottinghamshire that: - prevent young people, particularly young and vulnerable people from starting to smoke - protect people and communities from tobacco related harm - provide the best chance of stopping smoking long term to individuals 05 January 201531 March 2015Proposed
5190 Nottingham Road, Eastwood Parking Waiting RestrictionsTo reduce congestion past the existing bus stops. To introduce limited waiting to improve turnover of available parking spaces.23 December 201423 January 2015Current
Bradmore Lane, Plumtree – 30mph Speed LimitIntroduce a 30mph Speed Limit on Bradmore Lane from the south-west of the railway bridge to its junction with Station Road to reduce the speed of the traffic approaching the village.22 December 201423 January 2015Current
Front Street, Arnold (Parking Restrictions) Traffic Regulation Order 2014 (7167)The amendment of the taxi only parking bay to No Waiting at Any Time (double yellow lines) with an exemption for Taxis in order to allow loading and unloading for the local businesses outside 77 - 81 Front Street.19 December 201409 January 2015Current
Butt Lane, Kneeton Road and Lammas Lane – 30 and 40 mph Speed Limits in East Bridgford.Extend the existing 30mph speed limits on Butt Lane and Lammas Lane. Introduce a new 40mph speed limit on Kneeton Road and Lammas Lane. The new speed limits are to reduce the speed of traffic approaching the village.18 December 201416 January 2015Current
Albert Avenue / Bailey Street / Derby Road / Wellington Street, Stapleford – Proposed changes to parking restrictions –TRO 5170 Public AdvertTo make better use of the available spaces for parking and to improve access for local businesses.18 December 201412 January 2015Current
Direct Payments - Options for changeIncreased use of pre-paid debit cards by people receiving direct payments and a 5% reduction in the Council’s budget for direct payments. A summary is given in the attached pdf and detailed proposal on the link below.17 December 201416 January 2015Current
Annesley Road, Hucknall (Parking Restrictions) Traffic Regulation Order 4154To alter the limited waiting restrictions from 30 minutes to 1 hour, to assist access to local businesses17 December 201409 January 2015Current
The Nottinghamshire County CouncilThe purpose of the Order is to reduce the speed limit along the A638 near to Retford to improve road safety 17 December 201409 January 2015Current

Consultation guides

We have produced a series of guides to good consultation. They cover topics including planning consultations, designing questionnaires, and analysing the results.

Planning applications

View a list of planning applications for minerals and waste development which are open to the public for consultation.

Public notices

View a list of current public notices relating to schools.

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