Have Your Say Northumberland

Consultation and communication are vital to the effective and efficient delivery of customer-focused services and support to all communities in line with the council’s vision.

Consultation is carried out in order: to find out what you think, to identify your priorities and concerns and to meet our statutory obligations.

Featured Consultations

  • Hexham High Street Public Realm Improvements - Traders' Access Requirements

    Further to our recent correspondence regarding the upcoming public realm works, this is a request to traders in the Hexham High Streets Heritage Action Zone for information on dates and times when they receive deliveries to their premises. Whilst we cannot promise to accommodate all requests we will do our best to work around the needs of local traders.

    Closes 31 October 2027

    Hexham High Street Public Realm Improvements - Traders' Access Requirements
  • Family Hub Satisfaction Survey 2024

    We are looking to gain the views of parents about Family Hubs as part of our Survey. Family Hubs Northumberland are places where children, young people and their families can go when they need support. Our Hubs are spaces to meet, learn and take part in activities as well as being a place to access help and information.

    Closes 10 March 2024

    Family Hub Satisfaction Survey 2024
  • Waste Services Customer Satisfaction Survey 2023 2024

    As a council, we constantly review the way we deliver services to our residents and customers, to ensure that we are as effective and efficient as possible. To help us shape future service delivery it is important that we capture the views and experiences of our residents. Customer satisfaction surveys are one way of capturing this valuable information. To this end, we would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to fill out the following survey to give us feedback on your...

    Closes 10 March 2024

    Waste Services Customer Satisfaction Survey 2023 2024

Open Consultations

  • Waste Services Customer Satisfaction Survey 2023 2024

    Waste Services Customer Satisfaction Survey 2023 2024

    As a council, we constantly review the way we deliver services to our residents and customers, to ensure that we are as effective and efficient as possible. To help us shape future service delivery it is important that we capture the views and experiences of our residents. Customer satisfaction surveys are one way of capturing this valuable information. To this end, we would be grateful...

    Closes 10 March 2024

  • Family Hub Satisfaction Survey 2024

    Family Hub Satisfaction Survey 2024

    We are looking to gain the views of parents about Family Hubs as part of our Survey. Family Hubs Northumberland are places where children, young people and their families can go when they need support. Our Hubs are spaces to meet, learn and take part in activities as well as being a place to access help and information.

    Closes 10 March 2024

  • Cramlington PlayZone

    Cramlington PlayZone

    Do you live in Cramlington and would you like an upgraded outdoor sports space (PlayZone) for your community? A PlayZone is an outdoor space usually the size of one or two tennis courts, which can be used for a range of sports and activities. PlayZones will be designed and operated based on feedback from the community. The existing multi-use games area at Northburn Sports and Community...

    Closes 11 March 2024

  • Northumberland Community Sexual Health Questionnaire

    Northumberland Community Sexual Health Questionnaire

    We are developing a sexual health strategy for Northumberland to help support the sexual health needs of Northumberland residents. We would like your views to help us understand what you feel is important for your sexual health. If you would like to share your views, please answer a few short questions. Please note that of your response are confidential.

    Closes 18 March 2024

  • Hexham High Street Public Realm Improvements - Traders' Access Requirements

    Hexham High Street Public Realm Improvements - Traders' Access Requirements

    Further to our recent correspondence regarding the upcoming public realm works, this is a request to traders in the Hexham High Streets Heritage Action Zone for information on dates and times when they receive deliveries to their premises. Whilst we cannot promise to accommodate all requests we will do our best to work around the needs of local traders.

    Closes 31 October 2027

Closed Consultations

  • 2024/25 Budget Question and Answer Session

    We’d like to answer YOUR questions on next year’s budget. Each year we must set a balanced budget, which sets out our spending and investment plans and how our services will be funded. The budget must also take account of new cost-pressures as well as making sure all our services are...

    Closed 29 January 2024

  • Northumberland County Council 2024/25 Budget Consultation

    Introduction Each year the Council must set a balanced budget, which sets out funding for its services as well as its plans for investing. The budget must also take account of new cost-pressures as well as making sure all its services are as efficient as possible. The Council’s budget...

    Closed 26 January 2024

  • Have your say on new HUSK bungalows in Amble

    Northumberland County Council are committed to providing a range of good quality affordable housing products to meet the needs of its residents across the County. An important part of this work involves looking at how current council buildings and land, including garages sites, can be repurposed to...

    Closed 18 December 2023

  • Family Hubs Parent-to-be and New Parent Consultation

    Family Hubs Northumberland are places where children, young people and their families can go when they need support. Our Hubs are spaces to meet, learn and take part in activities as well as a place to access help and information. We are looking to gain the views of parents during the...

    Closed 16 December 2023

  • Blyth Relief Road - Public Consultation

    The town of Blyth plays a key role in the regional economy, with the £70 million ‘Energising Blyth’ programme of investment aimed at making Blyth a thriving UK and international centre of renewable energy and advanced manufacturing. To ensure this economic growth becomes reality, it is essential...

    Closed 10 December 2023