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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
(Botany Avenue and Marriott Avenue, Mansfield) (Prohibition of Waiting) Traffic Regulation Order 2013 (2173)To remove the existing residents’ parking scheme and improve parking and bus facilities following a change of circumstances in the area.15 January 201407 February 2014Completed
Consultation on a School Catchment Area Review in HucknallTo consult with the staff, pupils, parents/carers & governors of Beardall Street & Leen Mills Primary Schools and other interested parties about a proposal to establish a shared catchment area between these schools.06 January 201428 March 2014Completed
Almond Way, College Way and Longfield Avenue, Strelley – Prohibition of waiting – Mon to Fri, 9am – 4pm – Public ConsultationThe restrictions are being proposed to ensure clear passage for pedestrians and vehicles (especially emergency vehicles) into the residential area. The scheme would remove all parking during the working day but would allow parking in the evenings and over the weekend when Biborough College is not normally open.23 December 201317 January 2014Completed
BEACON HILL ROAD, NEWARK AND BECKINGHAM ROAD, CODDINGTON -PROPOSED 40MPH AND 50MPH SPEED LIMITS – TRO 3207 – PUBLIC CONSULTATION – Advert Nottinghamshire County Council is proposing to lower the speed limits along Beckingham Road and Beacon Hill Road in the Parish of Coddington which should assist in reducing the speed of traffic travelling at inappropriate speed for the road conditions.23 December 201313 January 2014Completed
Langar - Proposed 30mph Speed Limit – AdvertThe Speed Limit Order is required to help improve road safety and to help reduce road accident. The speed limit will ensure that all properties are within the boundary of the 30mph speed limit.23 December 201313 January 2014Completed
Endsleigh Gardens and Muriel Road, Beeston – Proposed Residents Parking Scheme - ADVERTTo improve parking facilities for residents by removing non-resident parking.18 December 201315 January 2014Completed
Blidworth Lane and Cross Lane, Blidworth – 40mph Speed Limit – Public ConsultationThe 40mph speed limit is being introduced to slow vehicles approaching the existing 30mph speed limit at Blidworth. The speed limit will act as a buffer zone to the village.17 December 201310 January 2014Completed
Lime Grove and Jubilee Street, Newark – Proposed Residents Parking Scheme - ADVERTTo improve parking facilities for residents by removing non-resident parking.12 December 201309 January 2014Completed
Eakring Area, Environmental WeightThe scheme is intended to reduce the number of HGVs travelling through Eakring.12 December 201303 January 2014Completed
Front Street, ArnoldImprove pedestrian safety, provide additional parking facilities for taxis and disabled12 December 201306 January 2014Completed

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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