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  • 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. More
    Closes 31 October 2027
  • 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. More
    Closes 18 March 2024
  • 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 Centre has been identified as the priority site in the town. We need to hear from people... More
    Closes 11 March 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. More
    Closes 10 March 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... More
    Closes 10 March 2024
  • 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 as efficient as possible. Crucially, for the coming year, no reductions are planned to council services. We know budgets can be complicated and we want to answer some of your questions... More
    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 setting process is happening now. Have your say on the Council’s budget proposals It is important that we consider your views on the budget because the Council exists to serve... More
    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 provide this much needed affordable housing. Northumberland County Council have been working with HUSK to develop proposals for the re-development of a number of garage sites across the... More
    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 Perinatal Period to ensure that Family Hubs are offering the support you require. Perinatal period – Refers to experience of both parents during pregnancy and the first 12 months after... More
    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 that the links are in place to ensure the safe and efficient movement of people and goods. To view a higher resolution, you can right click the image and select "Open image in... More
    Closed 10 December 2023
  • Register your school - Northumberland Youth Voice on Climate Change.

    Sign up for the Northumberland Youth Voice on Climate Change event. Northumberland County Councils Climate Action Plan 2021-23 is about to expire and development of the Climate Action Plan for 2024-26 is commencing. With this comes an opportunity to capture the voice of our young people, who will be living with the effects of climate change for so many years to come and have a very different perspective on what priorities the Council should include in the plan. Northumberland... More
    Closed 27 November 2023
  • Cargo cycle training

    Thank you for recently taking part in NCC's cargo cycle training, provided by Outspoken cycle training. This project has been part of the Capability funding used towards behavioural change within Northumberland. As part of our grant funding agreement with the DFT, and to support the development of projects such as these, we will welcome your feedback in the following questionnaire. This questionnaire will form part of our primary research to understand the effectiveness off this training... More
    Closed 13 November 2023
  • Cramlington Employers' Survey

    Survey for employers in Cramlington asking what would encourage you to remain in the town. More
    Closed 31 October 2023
  • Selective License Survey - For residents of the proposed area

    Northumberland County Council are looking to implement a licensing scheme in the area where you are a resident/owner of property, and we would like your views. Selective licensing is a scheme which will require all private landlords in the area to have a license in order to rent their property out, this allows the council to use powers to regulate landlords and agents of private rented properties in areas that suffer from low housing demand and/or high levels of anti-social behaviour... More
    Closed 31 October 2023
  • Selective License Survey - For businesses in the proposed area

    Northumberland County Council are looking to implement a selective licensing scheme in the area where you own or run a business and we would like your views. Selective licensing is a scheme which will require all private landlords in the area to have a license in order to rent their property out, this allows the council to use powers to regulate landlords and agents of private rented properties in areas that suffer from low housing demand and/or high levels of anti-social behaviour... More
    Closed 31 October 2023
  • Northumberland ESOL provision questionnaire

    ESOL provision is a challenging and interesting topic for us, hence we would appreciate if you take some time to please fill in the below survey. This has an estimated time to complete of 10 mins. Thank you so much for your assistance in participating. More
    Closed 15 October 2023
  • Bondicar Terrace to Plessey Road Cycle Scheme - ATF3 Public Consultation

    What is the Active Travel Fund 3? The UK government announced £200 million worth of funding to deliver new walking and cycling schemes across England as part of a £2 billion commitment to active travel. Across the UK, local authorities were invited to submit bids for the Fund, to support the delivery of schemes which aligned with LTN 1/20 and could support healthier and happier communities. Funding allocations were announced by the Department for Transport on May 14th 2022, which... More
    Closed 15 September 2023
  • Northumberland PlayZones (Phase 2)

    Do you live in one of the areas listed below and would you like an outdoor sports space (PlayZone) for your community? We are working in communities around Northumberland that match the funding priorities set by Sport England. 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 potential PlayZones in the second phase... More
    Closed 23 July 2023
  • Employment & Skills Hub

    We're really keen to hear from residents about a new employment and skills hub. This hub would offer employment support such as careers advice and guidance, creating or updating a CV, job search and applications, digital skills, volunteering, employment and training opportunities, being self employed, interview skills, help with costs associated with finding a job (clothing/travel), or receiving support around your health and wellbeing. At the hub you can meet friendly staff from a range... More
    Closed 11 July 2023
  • Bedlington Active Travel Corridor - LUF Public Consultation

    What is the Levelling Up Fund? The UK Government launched Round 2 of the Levelling Up Fund (LUF) in 2022. LUF is designed to invest in infrastructure that improves everyday life across the UK. The £4.8 billion fund will support town centre and high street regeneration, local transport projects, and cultural and heritage assets. Across the UK, local authorities were eligible to submit bids for the Fund, which was announced at the government’s Spring Statement 2022. Our Bid ... More
    Closed 26 May 2023
  • Hexham to Corbridge Active Travel Corridor - LUF Public Consultation

    What is the Levelling Up Fund? The UK Government launched Round 2 of the Levelling Up Fund (LUF) in 2022. LUF is designed to invest in infrastructure that improves everyday life across the UK. The £4.8 billion fund will support town centre and high street regeneration, local transport projects, and cultural and heritage assets. Across the UK, local authorities were eligible to submit bids for the Fund, which was announced at the government’s Spring Statement 2022. Our Bid... More
    Closed 7 April 2023
  • Northumberland PlayZones

    Do you live in one of the areas listed below and would you like an outdoor sports space (PlayZone) for your community? We are working in communities around Northumberland that match the funding priorities set by Sport England. 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 potential PlayZones in the first phase... More
    Closed 2 April 2023
  • New Family Hubs Website Parent Survey

    We're asking for your views on the new Family Hubs website for Northumberland. The purpose of this survey is to gather feedback on the new Family Hubs website for Northumberland which is currently under development. Your views and suggestions are really valuable as we continue to evolve and develop the website. Thank you for taking the time to look through the site and for sending your thoughts and insights. Link to the website: nland.cc/newsitetest More
    Closed 24 March 2023
  • Bridge Street Improvements 'The Link'

    As part of the £70m Energising Blyth regeneration proposals, Northumberland County Council (NCC) has secured funding through the Future High Street Fund and Town Deal to revitalise Blyth Town Centre and transform the wider area. The proposed Bridge Street Improvements ('The Link') project part is of the Energising Blyth proposals. This consultation gives the local community and businesses the opportunity to comment on the development. The proposals include new lighting, paving,... More
    Closed 17 March 2023
  • Education in the Berwick Partnership - Phase 2 Consultation

    Welcome to Phase 2 C onsultation on the future of schools in the Berwick Partnership. During P hase 1 Consultation we asked parents, staff and the wider community in Berwick whether they believed a reorganised 3-tier structure (the current structure) or a reorganisation to a 2-tier (primary/secondary) structure would be better able to secure a viable, su stainable and successful education system across all phases from nursery to... More
    Closed 3 March 2023
  • Thriving Together Consultation

    Family Hubs are committed to collaborative working with voluntary and community organisations. How do you think we can capture shared outcomes, data around transitions, signposting and celebrate successes when children, young people, families and communities have benefitted from accessing your services and our services? More
    Closed 28 February 2023
  • SEN/D Activity Provision - Northumberland (North)

    Northumberland County Council are keen to expand their sport & leisure offer for young people with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities through their Ability2Play programme. Using sport and leisure activities as a catalyst, the Ability2Play programme focuses on providing opportunities, expanding social circles, encouraging independence and improving mental health for its service users. This is achieved by creating a fun, safe environment where everyone is encouraged to be... More
    Closed 26 February 2023
  • Northumberland’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Strategy for Children and Young People 2022-25 Consultation

    North East and North Cumbria NHS Integrated Care Board and Northumberland County Council are consulting on how to strengthen support for children and young people with emotional wellbeing and mental health needs. Northumberland’s Emotional Wellbeing and Mental Health Strategy for Children and Young People 2022-25 sets out our local partnership’s vision and how we will achieve this. It details our aspirations and priorities for the county and the improvements to our... More
    Closed 4 February 2023
  • Northumberland County Council Budget and Corporate Plan 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 setting process is happening now. At the same time, we are also refreshing the Council’s Corporate Plan. The Corporate Plan sets out the Council’s key priorities and shapes how... More
    Closed 17 January 2023
  • Digital Inclusion and Skills Survey

    Thanks for taking the time to complete the Digital Skills and Inclusion Survey. The data gathered in this survey will be consolidated into a connectivity map that will capture a picture of the digital inclusion provision that currently exists within Northumberland County Council. Your response will act as a resource for all future projects by helping to provide a clear picture of existing provision, and creating a channel of communication for all parties interested in digital inclusion. More
    Closed 15 December 2022
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