Consultations

Consultations

Information on the Council’s current and closed consultations.

Your views are important to us and involving the public in our work through consultation is an integral part of our policy and decision-making process.

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 Responses from people who have asked for confidentiality will not be published at all.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

Tell Us About Your Local Park/Open Space 2019

How is your local park or open space performing? Broxtowe residents are being encouraged to get online and have their say on a selection of the parks and open spaces in Borough to help ensure they meet the ‘Broxtowe Standard’.

Complete the Broxtowe Parks Survey for 2019 (Opens in a New Window)

31 August 2019

STAR (Survey of Tenants & Residents)

As part of our commitment to developing and improving the services tenants and leaseholders receive from Broxtowe Borough Council’s Housing Department we conduct STAR every two years.

Complete the STAR Survey online (Opens in a New Window)

8 September 2019

Let's Talk Broxtowe

Have your say on Broxtowe's future as part of the Council's Let's Talk Broxtowe Consultation.

Find out more about the consultation

Complete the Let's Talk Broxtowe Survey (Opens in a New Window)

30 September 2019

Consultation Results

Closed Consultations 2019
Consultation Details Closing Date Results

Review of Malthouse Close/Knapp Avenue Eastwood PSPO

In order to continue to protect the quality of life of those within the area, Broxtowe Borough Council consulted for the review of the following Public Space Protection Order.

Footpath - from the rear entry of 5 Malthouse Close to its junction with the footpath between Knapp Avenue and Plumptre Way, Eastwood.

4th January 2019

N/A

Dog Exercise Area Consultation

Broxtowe Borough Council is considering the idea of a designated area for dog walkers to exercise their dogs.

After requests from dog walkers the Council investigated the demand for such an area.

18 August 2019

 N/A


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