Consultations

Consultations

Information on the Council’s current and closed consultations.

Your views are important to us. 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 Responses from people who have asked for confidentiality will not be published at all.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

Draft Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Supplementary Planning Document (SPD)

The Council are now consulting on a Draft Houses in Multiple Occupation (HMO) Supplementary Planning Document (SPD). Once adopted, this document will guide decisions for Change of Use planning applications for a standard dwelling to a small HMO within the Beeston Article 4 Area. This consultation will run between 11th April 2022- 5pm on 14th May 2022, and all comments received during this time will be considered and will help to inform the final version of the document. For more information on how to respond to this and to view the draft document, please visit our HMO webpage

14 May 2022

Closed Consultations

Closed consultations 2022
Consultation Details Closing Date

Budget Consultation 2022/23

Have your say on where we spend and save your money for 2022/23.

Complete the Budget Consultation online (Opens in a new window)

You can also send your comments to finance@broxtowe.gov.uk and include “BUDGET COMMENTS” in the subject line or write to: Deputy Chief Executive, Council Offices, Foster Avenue, Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 1AB.

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Proposed New Housing at Chilton Drive/Spring Close, Watnall - Pre-Planning Consultation

Broxtowe Borough Council adopted a Housing Delivery Plan in 2019. The plan identified land owned by the Council that could potentially be developed for affordable housing. This included several garage sites in Chilwell and Watnall.

The proposed demolition of the 10 garages to the rear of Butterfield Court (off Chilton Drive, Watnall) will allow the Council to build 2 new houses.  Any new homes built would be highly energy efficient dwellings using air source heat pumps and photovoltaic panels.  

The Council has undertaken a parking survey around the garages to assess the impact of the proposal on the existing on street parking and the current proposals are considered acceptable. 

If planning approval is secured, the Housing department will work with the garage tenants affected to try and find alternative garages to rent.  

As part of the pre planning consultation process the Council is seeking local residents views on this proposal by asking people to complete an online questionnaire at www.broxtowe.gov.uk/housingdelivery

Local residents have also been written to and given the opportunity to submit comments by post.

The closing date for completing the survey is Friday 4th February 2022. 

For further information, please send an email to strategic.housing@broxtowe.gov.uk or contact Daniel Homer, Housing Acquisitions Officer on 0115 9173623.

Closed

New housing at Inham Nook Consultation

Broxtowe Borough Council has drawn up proposals to build new housing at the former Inham Nook pub and the neighbouring garage site. As part of our commitment to community consultation, the Council would like to invite local residents and stakeholders to view and comment on our emerging proposals before we finalise and submit a planning application.

Broxtowe Borough Council has drawn up proposals to build new housing at the former Inham Nook pub and the neighbouring garage site. As part of our commitment to community consultation, the Council would like to invite local residents and stakeholders to view and comment on our emerging proposals before we finalise and submit a planning application.

You can view all of the proposed plans and full information on our Housing Delivery webpage.

For further information please email strategic.housing@broxtowe.gov.uk or call 0115 917 3623.

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Closed Consultations 2021
Consultation Details Closing Date

Consultation: Beeston Article 4 Direction 2021: Houses in Multiple Occupation

If you would like to make any representations on the direction, please send them to policy@broxtowe.gov.uk

https://www.broxtowe.gov.uk/for-you/planning/consultation-beeston-article-4-direction-2021-houses-in-multiple-occupation/ (Opens in a new window)

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Investment in Kimberley

 

Residents, workers and local businesses are being urged to have their say on what improvements they would like to see as part of the Government's Levelling Up Fund.

Submit your feedback here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/R9JB2YC (Opens in a new window)

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Taxi Policy Consultation

An 8 week consultation is now underway for our Taxi Policy. Please submit your comments to licensing@broxtowe.gov.uk, the deadline for submitting comments is Monday 8th March 2021 at 5.00pm.

Read the full draft of Broxtowe Borough Council's Hackney Carriage and Private Hire Licensing Policy (.pdf) (428KB) (Opens in a New Window)

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Pasture Road Recreation Ground, Stapleford

 

 As part of the Pride in Parks initiative Broxtowe Borough Council have some capital funding available and are working to submit a bid for additional grant funding to refurbish the play area on the recreation ground.

We would like your thoughts on this and possible further improvements to the park, including adult fitness.

Submit your thoughts by completing our online consultation (Opens in a New Window).

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Tell us about your local park/open space 2021

 

The Council operates the Broxtowe Parks Standard for all the major parks and open spaces in the Borough. A number of the parks/open spaces are assessed on an annual basis to see if they are achieving the standard.

Submit your thoughts by completing our online consultation (Opens in a New window).

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Community Governance Review

Broxtowe Borough Council is carrying out a Community Governance Review which will provide an opportunity to review and make changes to governance arrangements at parish level.  

Full information can be found on the Community Governance Review webpage.

Representations can be made in writing addressed to:

The Head of Administrative Services, Broxtowe Borough Council, Council Offices, Foster Avenue, Beeston, NG9 1AB.

Or you can email cgr@broxtowe.gov.uk.

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Review of Statement of Gambling Principles

Under the Gambling Act 2005 Broxtowe Borough Council is required to have a Statement of Principles relating to its duties under that Act. The Council is also required to review that policy as necessary every three years.

The Council is now consulting on its proposed Statement of Gambling Principles.

The amendments are limited. There are no substantive changes to the policy following the previous consultation in 2018.

Comments can be made by e-mail to licensing@broxtowe.gov.uk or posted to:

Broxtowe Borough Council

Licensing Department

Foster Avenue

Beeston

Nottingham

NG9 1AB

We would like to thank you for taking part in the consultation process and we look forward to receiving your comments.

View proposed Statement of Gambling Principles (.pdf)(821KB)(Opens in a New Window)

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Homelessness Strategy

The Council is currently consulting on a new strategy for the next five years.  

The South Nottinghamshire Homelessness Partnership (Broxtowe Borough Council, Gedling Borough Council and Rushcliffe Borough Council) have worked together to develop a draft Homelessness & Rough Sleeping Strategy.

The strategy aims to build on the priorities and progress made in the preceding strategy and enable us to respond to the new and emerging challenges that we face in tackling homelessness in South Nottinghamshire.

In accordance with the Homelessness Act 2002, all local authorities must have in place a Homelessness Strategy based on a review of all forms of homelessness in their district and demonstrating how homelessness will be prevented and resolved.  The Strategy must be renewed at least every 5 years. 

We would welcome your views on the strategy and the priorities it outlines.  You can share your comments and suggestions by filling in the survey (Opens in a New Window).

If you have any questions about the consultation or need the documents in a different format, please email housingoptions@broxtowe.gov.uk or contact Richard Smith on 0115 917 3045.

Following consultation, a full report on the findings and outcomes of the consultation will be presented to the Cabinet or Committees of the participant Councils to ensure the Strategy is in place and agreed by the start of 2022.

View the South Nottinghamshire Homelessness Strategy 2017-2021(.pdf)(596KB)(Opens in a New Window).

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CCTV Systems Consultation

We are looking to extend existing surveillance coverage and install a number of new cameras 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. 

The locations included are:

View Consultation Notice - Hickings Lane Recreation Ground(.pdf)(211KB)(Opens in a New Window)

View Consultation Notice - Beeston Town Centre Cinema(.pdf)(210KB)(Opens in a New Window)

View Consultation Notice - Yew Tree Court(.pdf)(202KB)(Opens in a New Window)

If you wish to comment or object to the proposals outlined in the above documents, we would be pleased to hear from you in writing by 2pm on Tuesday 30th November 2021 to:

CCTV and Security

Broxtowe Borough Council

Foster Avenue

Beeston

NG9 1AB

Please quote the name of the location on any correspondence. Otherwise, the Council shall assume that you have no comments or objections at this stage.

Should you require further information or clarification on any points arising from the proposal please contact the Council’s Camera Surveillance and Security Manager on 0115 917 3680 during normal office hours or email: cctv@broxtowe.gov.uk.

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