- Libraries Customer Service Survey
- Proposed Expansion for Middleton Primary School
- Derby Nottingham Metro Strategy Consultation Findings
- Proposed expansion of Glade Hill Primary School
- Light night Survey
- School Funding Consultation
- Have your say on Nottingham’s Green Future
- Selective Licensing Consultation
- Environmental Health and Safer Housing Customer Satisfaction
- Transport Consultations
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The Libraries Customer Service survey is an opportunity to share your views on the city’s libraries - and we’d love to hear from you! Please help us shape the future of the library service by sharing your views with us and letting us know what’s working well and where we can improve the service you receive. Additionally, everyone completing the survey will be entered into a prize draw to win one of two Intu vouchers worth £25 each.
Nottingham City Council, with the support of the school governing body, is proposing to increase the size and capacity of Middleton Primary school, from 420 to 630 places. The admission in Reception would be increased from two to three classes; therefore the growth in pupil numbers would be gradual through the school, growing over a seven year period until it is full through the year groups.
Derby-Nottingham Metro Strategy – Consultation Findings
The Derby-Nottingham Metro Strategy sets out a bold joint vision that by ‘2030 Derby & Nottingham will have a global reputation as an exciting place to live, work and play.’ The consultation on the strategy was launched in July 2016 and closed in September. The consultation questionnaire asked a combination of closed and open questions to establish the level of support for the principles and purpose of the strategy; and gather comments on its substance, as well as suggestions and ideas about how the two cities could work better together. The two City Councils have since been working to further develop and strengthen the strategy in response to feedback from the consultation.
Nottingham City Council (with the support of the Governing Body) is proposing to increase the size and capacity of Glade Hill Primary school, from 210 places to 420 places.
If you attended Light Night 2017, please give us your feedback by completing our survey.
Please have your say by 31st March to be in with a chance of winning a £20 intu shopping voucher.
The Government is proposing to create a national funding formula for the way every school receives money.
This will change the amount of funding many schools get towards their running costs. Some schools will get more money, others will get less. School budgets are already under pressure due to rising pupil numbers and inflation.
We have calculated that under the proposed new funding formula, 98% of schools in Nottingham would lose out.
Nottingham Green Partnership is developing an action plan to promote the opportunities that Nottingham has to remain at the forefront of sustainable development. Sustainable development is about improving quality of life through environmental protection, well-being and economic growth. The Sustainable Development Action Plan will cover five themes – water, biodiversity, energy, transport and waste and will set out a range of ideas to encourage and inspire sustainable practices for citizens, businesses and non-profit sector.
The partnership is asking for city residents to contribute towards the development of the action plan by taking part in an online survey. The feedback will be used to ensure that the plan supports the actions people are already taking and prioritises what is important to the people who live in the city.
Nottingham City Council is carrying out a consultation on a proposal to introduce a license scheme for all privately rented houses which are not already covered by existing license schemes.
The consultation runs from 16 January to 31 March 2017. We want to hear your views about the proposal.
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.
This service satisfaction survey is ongoing.
To give us your feedback on the current transport consultations the City Council is undertaking on a range of projects and proposals.
There are various transport consultations and they are ongoing
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