Share your thoughts, views and ideas on different proposals that affect you and your community in Broxtowe.

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Why do we consult?

  1. It allows the Council and its strategic partners to tap the widest source of information possible and thus improve the quality of decisions reached.

  2. It alerts policy makers to any concerns and issues not picked up through existing evidence.

  3. It helps to monitor existing policy and whether changes are needed.

How we handle your personal data 

Except where otherwise stated, we will always withhold personal information such as addresses in line with the privacy policy of this website. Responses from people who have asked for confidentiality will not be published at all.

Nottinghamshire Listens

Nottinghamshire County Council also runs a Nottinghamshire Listens Citizens' Panel (Opens in a New Window) which residents can join.

Open Consultations

List of open consultations
Consultation Details Closing Date

Let's Talk Broxtowe

We would really love to hear your suggestions and ideas about how we can shape the Borough. Your feedback will help inform our service planning and our priorities for the next four years.

Everyone who takes part will also be in with a chance to win one of six £50 Love2Shop vouchers.

Come along to our roadshows

Speak to Senior Council Officers and your newly elected Councillors face-to-face at one of our roadshow events.

The events will take place on the following dates and times – no need to book, just drop in.

  • Kimberley - Thursday 8 June, 6pm - 8pm at Rumbletums Café

  • Beeston - Tuesday 13 June, 6pm - 8pm at Beeston Council Offices

  • Brinsley - Wednesday 21 June, 10am - 12pm at Brinsley Village Hall

  • Chilwell - Tuesday 27 June, 2pm - 4pm at Chilwell Memorial Institute

  • Eastwood - Thursday 29 June, 2pm - 4pm at Eastwood Town Council

  • Stapleford - Friday 30 June, 10am - 12pm at Stapleford Young People’s Centre

We hope to hear from you so we can build Broxtowe’s future together.

Tell us online

If you can't make one of the events, you can also complete our online survey (Opens in a new window). 

Paper copies are also available in the Council Offices reception.

Wednesday 14 July 2023

Closed Consultations

Closed consultations 2022/23
Consultation Details Closing Date

Parks and Open Spaces Survey 2022

We are asking Broxtowe residents to take part in our 2022 parks and open spaces consultation.

Every year we select a number of parks across Broxtowe which we want to ensure meet the “Green Flag” standard, a nationwide scheme which recognises quality Green Spaces. The parks that are selected are surveyed on a rolling basis and on average scored every 3 years unless they fail the required mark at which point they will be scored again the following year.


Budget Consultation 2023/24

We have to set a budget that balances the needs of the community with the money we have available to spend through income and grants.

Your views on how our services are performing and how we maintain these services with the money we have available is an integral part of our decision making.


Town Centre CCTV Consultation

We are currently running a consultation for the consideration of surveillance camera(Opens in a New Window) removal, alteration and upgrades to the Councils four Town Centres and surrounding areas.

We are looking to improve existing surveillance coverage by installing a number of new cameras with better modern technology capabilities to assist in the prevention, investigation and detection of crime, the apprehension and prosecution of offenders, help maintain public order, assist with reduction of vandalism and help to reduce the fear of crime in vulnerable public locations.

If you wish to comment on or have any concerns to the proposals outlined in the enclosed documents, we would be pleased to hear from you in writing by 2pm on Wednesday 30th November 2022 – please quote “BBC Town Centre Consultation” on any correspondence.


Public Spaces and Protection Orders

The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 introduced several new tools and powers for use by councils and their partners to address anti-social behaviour (ASB) in their local areas. Public Space Protection Orders can be introduced in a specific public area where the local authority is satisfied on reasonable grounds that certain conditions have been met:

  • Activities that have taken place have had a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the locality, or it is likely that activities will take place and that they will have a detrimental effect

  • The effect or likely effect of these activities:

  • Is, or is likely to be, persistent or continuing in nature

  • Is, or is likely to be, unreasonable.

  • Justifies the restrictions being imposed.

Orders can be made for a maximum duration of up to three years, after which they may be extended if certain criteria under section 60 of the Act are met. This includes that an extension is necessary to prevent activity recurring, or there has been an increase in frequency or seriousness of the activity. Extensions can be repeated, with each lasting for a maximum of three years. Broxtowe Borough Council has ten PSPOs which were approved in 2020 on which we are now consulting to inform members of the stakeholder and public opinion of their renewal for a further 3 years.

The Borough Council are proposing that all current PSPOs are renewed without change except the Beeston Town Centre Alcohol Control PSPO for which an extension to include Chilwell Road is proposed on the separate map.

Basil Russell PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(417KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Beeston North PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(121KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Beeston Town Centre PSPO Order(.pdf)(136KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Beeston Town Centre PSPO Map(.pdf)(865KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Chilwell Vehicle PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(484KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Eastwood Town Centre PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(210KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Eastwood Vehicle PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(477KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Kimberley Town Centre PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(151KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Knapp Avenue PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(371KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Manor Park PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(167KB)(Opens in a New Window)

Stapleford Town Centre PSPO Order and Map(.pdf)(210KB)(Opens in a New Window)



Broxtowe Borough Council is carrying out a survey to find out how prevalent damp and mould is in privately rented houses and how they can work with landlords and tenants to manage the risks that mould can cause. 


Broxtowe Borough Council Re-Deployable Surveillance Camera System

We are currently running a consideration and consultation exercise for the introduction of a new re-deployable surveillance camera system(Opens in a New Window) as a part of the Crime Commissioners safer streets initiative which recommends the use of a re-deployable surveillance systems throughout a pre-defined area.  A geographical area identified as Eastwood South, Broxtowe 002C E01028112 from the Environmental Visual Audit (EVA) report carried out by the Police Crime Prevention Academy (PCPA). See separate plan of total area covered by this consultation.


Broxtowe Borough Council Surveillance Camera System Consideration for Upgraded and Continued Use of Surveillance Camera Systems

Broxtowe Borough Council believe there is still a significant pressing need with legitimate aims to justify upgrading surveillance cameras systems, some of which form a part of the Crime Commissioners safer streets initiative and others reflect continued use of existing surveillance camera systems throughout the borough of Broxtowe. Particularly in its public car parks, parks and recreation grounds, Community areas, public buildings, housing sites and public protection areas. The Council is proposing to upgrade surveillance camera systems and continue with surveillance use in the above areas of concern and surrounding areas.


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