Public Consultation - Current Online Consultations
From here you can “Have Your Say” on current issues by filling in online questionnaires, commenting on plans or taking part in on-line discussions. You can look at planned, current and past consultation and involvement activities, look at the results of these and how they have been used.
If you register with us and tell us the issues you are interested in, we will contact you when an activity is due to take place or you can join in an activity as and when they happen.
Comments about planning applications should be made separately - View and comment on planning applications online.
Visit www.southglos.gov.uk/devolution for more information on the devolution deal proposed between the Government and the four local authorities in the West of England.
|Name||Status||Open Date||Close Date|
|LITTLE STOKE AND PATCHWAY – Various Roads - Holy Family Catholic Primary School, Stoke Lodge Primary School and St Chads Patchway C of E Primary School areas – Proposed 20 mph Speed Limit – STATUTORY NOTICE||Open||03 Oct 2016||27 Oct 2016|
|CHARFIELD – Footpath OCH 8 – Rail Crossing Diversion Order – STATUTORY NOTICE||Open||28 Sep 2016||28 Oct 2016|
|Cromhall - St Andrews Primary School - Proposed 20mph Speed Limit||Open||10 Oct 2016||31 Oct 2016|
|BRADLEY STOKE – Various Roads, Wheatfield Primary School area – Proposed 20 mph Speed Limit – STATUTORY NOTICE||Open||10 Oct 2016||03 Nov 2016|
|Superfast South Gloucestershire 2016
South Gloucestershire Council is requesting information and supporting evidence in relation to basic and NGA broadband infrastructure within the project area and wish to hear from all relevant stakeholders including residents, businesses as well as broadband infrastructure operators.
|Open||10 Oct 2016||07 Nov 2016|
|MARSHFIELD – Various Roads, Marshfield School area – Proposed 20 mph Speed Limit – STATUTORY NOTICE||Open||19 Oct 2016||12 Nov 2016|
|NIBLEY – Footpath LWE 11 (Part) – Public Path Diversion Order – STATUTORY NOTICE||Open||19 Oct 2016||19 Nov 2016|
|Relevant area for school admissions in the school year 2019-2020
The Law requires all local authorities to set out the relevant area for school admissions. The Relevant Area describes the geographical area within which consultations on individual school admissions takes place. This is important in ensuring that parents and other interested parties can read the proposed admission arrangements for schools and academies that will apply in future years. It is proposed that the Relevant Area for school admissions in South Gloucestershire (including consultation and admission arrangements) in 2019-2020 should continue to be the whole administrative area of South Gloucestershire Council as outlined in the map contained in the attached document.
|Open||07 Oct 2016||02 Dec 2016|
|Children and Young People's Mental Health and Emotional Wellbeing Strategy||Open||06 Oct 2016||06 Dec 2016|
|BT Phonebox Removal
BT is consulting on the potential removal of 93 phoneboxes in South Gloucestershire
|Open||12 Oct 2016||07 Dec 2016|
|Changes to Library Services Phase 2
Changes to Library Services Phase 2: the second phase of consultation on changes to the library service
|Open||10 Oct 2016||02 Jan 2017|
|Community Based Services Re-commissioning 2016
A consultation on the re-commissioning of Community Based Services to include homecare and 1:1 support to access the community
|Open||05 Oct 2016||05 Jan 2017|