Public Consultation - Current Online Consultations
This is your opportunity to let us know what you think about local services, issues and events and to keep up to date with consultation and involvement activities taking place across South Gloucestershire.
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.
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|Sports Pitch Maintenance and Management Review Featured||14 Dec 2015|
|OLVESTON - Local Housing Needs Survey Featured
Local Housing Needs Survey
|14 Dec 2015|
|South Gloucestershire Local Plan: Policies, Sites and Places Plan - Regulation 18 Consultation (2015) Featured
The Council needs to take steps to ensure more homes are built in South Gloucestershire over the next 5 years to meet people’s needs. This consultation sets out the process by which the Council proposes to address this issue.
|08 Jan 2016|
|Universal Youth Budget - Future of the Positive Activities Subsidy Featured
Proposals about the future of the Positive Activities Subsidy
|11 Jan 2016|
|Joint Spatial Plan (West of England) Featured
Links to the west of England Joint Spatial Plan web pages
|29 Jan 2016|
|Joint Transport Plan (West of England) Featured
Providing links to the dedicated web pages for this consultation
|29 Jan 2016|
|Council Budget and Savings Programme 2016/17 Featured||31 Jan 2016|
|South Gloucestershire's Waste Strategy 2015 - 2020 (draft) Featured
A draft waste management strategy for South Gloucestershire, which includes proposals to change waste and recycling services.
|15 Feb 2016|
|Survey on Crime and Community Safety in Kingswood 2015
A brief survey of residents' recent experiences of crime and community safety issues
|30 Nov 2015|
|BRADLEY STOKE - Wheatfield School proposed 20mph zone in Wheatfield Drive, Dewfalls Drive and Harvest Close
Proposed 20mph zone in roads close to Wheatfield School.
|02 Dec 2015|
|ST BARNABAS PRIMARY SCHOOL AREA, OLDLAND COMMON - Proposed waiting restrictions and speed cushions
Proposed traffic calming measures and waiting restrictions in the vicinity of St Barnabas Primary School
|04 Dec 2015|
|Proposal to Introduce a Contributory Charge for Post-16 Travel Assistance
A consultation on the introduction of a contributory charge for students aged 16+ years who receive assistance with travel expenses
|07 Dec 2015|
|South Gloucestershire's Street Trading Policy & Application Guidelines 2015 - 2018 (draft)
The draft policy for street trading within South Gloucestershire
|16 Dec 2015|
|Engine Common - North Road Community Primary School, proposed part-time advisory 20mph speed limit||16 Dec 2015|
|STAPLE HILL - Page Road Off Street Car Parking - Order Amending the Times of Operation - STATUTORY NOTICE||17 Dec 2015|
|STOKE GIFFORD - Public Path Extinguishment Order - Footpath LWB 15 (part) at Curtis Lane Railway Bridge - STATUTORY NOTICE||18 Dec 2015|
|DOWNEND – Various Roads, St Augustine of Canterbury’s School area – Proposed 20 mph Speed Limit – STATUTORY NOTICE||21 Dec 2015|
|Review of Community Safety and Anti-Social Behaviour Team 2015
As part of the council savings programme we are reviewing the work of the Anti-social Behaviour and Community Safety Teams to make savings of £277,000 per year. This review could affect; council funded PCSOs, funding and support for anti-social behavior, domestic abuse, hate crime, rehabilitation of sex offenders, street marshals and CCTV
|24 Dec 2015|
|BITTON - Avon Valley Railway, Bath Road,||07 Jan 2016|
|Cribbs Patchway MetroBus Extension public consultation
Public consultation on proposals for the Cribbs Patchway MetroBus Extension
|15 Jan 2016|
When consultations are marked as 'complete', their results will be available online.