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  • Pharmacy Needs Assessment Public Questionnaire

    Help improve your Local Pharmacy services… We’re currently assessing the provision of pharmacy services for local people living in Northumberland. You can play a part in improving what is on offer by answering a few questions about the way you use pharmacies. Your responses will help us to write a local Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment (PNA), which will help to ensure that your local pharmacy provides the service you need both now and in the future. ... More
    Closed 17 June 2022
  • Ever thought of fostering children?

    The Northumberland Foster Care Team want to understand what barriers people who would like to become foster carers are facing. If you would like to foster, but currently don't, please let us know why you have not enquired, or if you enquired to become a foster carer, why your enquiry could not continue. More
    Closed 10 June 2022
  • Hospital Level Crossing public consultation

    This consultation is seeking feedback on the proposed closure of Hospital Level Crossing, which has to close on safety grounds prior to the introduction of faster and more frequent passenger trains. The consultation is being undertaken jointly by Northumberland County Council and Network Rail as part of the proposals for the Northumberland Line project. An introduction to the Northumberland Line and Hospital Level Crossing is below. To read about and have your say on the proposals,... More
    Closed 31 May 2022
  • Bellingham Borderlands Place Programme Consultation

    Through the Borderlands Place Programme , Northumberland County Council intend to target investment in places that will help boost economic activity across the region. Recognising the importance of our smaller rural market and coastal towns to the local economy. Each town, including Bellingham, will be developing an investment plan to secure up to £3m of Borderlands Place Programme funding. A series of Place Plans will be developed for both Bellingham and Northumberland's other... More
    Closed 23 May 2022
  • Hexham HSHAZ Proposed Public Realm Improvements

    Northumberland County Council is set to deliver a £2.4m programme of improvements to boost the town centre and enhance the conservation area, focusing interventions on the target corridor of Priestpopple, Battle Hill and Cattle Market. This is part of the Hexham High Streets Heritage Action Zone scheme, funded by Historic England and Northumberland County Council. Details and images of the proposed improvements will be available to view in the foyer of the Queens Hall from... More
    Closed 15 May 2022
  • Seaton Valley Cycling Infrastructure Plan

    This consultation exercise is to understand views on proposals to enhance the cycling infrastructure in the Seaton Valley area of Northumberland. More
    Closed 2 May 2022
  • Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plans

    This consultation exercise is to understand views on proposals to enhance the walking and cycling infrastructure in Northumberland. More
    Closed 15 April 2022
  • 2021 Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment

    Northumberland County Council must produce a new PNA by summer 2022. As part of the process of informing the updated document, we need your help in describing the services currently provided in your pharmacy. We hope to get activity data on NHS and commissioned services from the commissioners and the NHS Business Services Authority, but we will need information from you about additional services you provide. We do realise that COVID has affected a lot of your services, and therefore... More
    Closed 18 March 2022
  • Newbiggin Borderlands Place Programme Consultation

    Through the Borderlands Place Programme , Northumberland County Council intend to target investment in places that will help boost economic activity across the region. Recognising the importance of our smaller rural market and coastal towns to the local economy, this programme will provide up to £50 million across the whole Borderlands region. A series of Place Plans will be developed for both Newbiggin and Northumberland's other priority towns and town centres. Towns will only enter... More
    Closed 20 February 2022
  • Community Risk Management Plan Consultation 2022

    The Fire and Rescue National Framework for England (2018) reminds us that we are accountable to the communities we serve, and that we must consult regularly on our risk management plan. You can view a copy of the Community Risk Management Plan Here . In our plan, we have told you about the types of risks communities face in Northumberland and set out the things we are doing and plan to do to remove or to mitigate those risks. Thank you for taking the time to read our plan, we... More
    Closed 16 February 2022
  • Advice Services Survey - For People Living in Northumberland

    What are Advice Services? In Northumberland there are a number of different charities and organisations that give advice to residents. In this survey we are interested in the advice that is given, particularly about Benefits (Eligibility, claims, sanctions and appeals) and Debt Management, plus a range of other areas including: welfare, work, housing, family, law and courts, immigration, healthcare, consumer rights, pension guidance and witness support. Why are we doing this... More
    Closed 24 January 2022
  • Homelessness and Rough Sleeper Strategy Refresh 2022-2025

    Northumberland County Council are updating the Homelessness and Rough Sleeper Strategy for Northumberland (2019-2021) and would welcome your thoughts and ideas on whether you think our current priorities are still valid. We are asking you to consider the following for each of the six priorities: Do we need to keep the priorities as they are or remove/merge them? Are there any additional client groups that we need to identify Are there any other areas of work you would like... More
    Closed 31 December 2021
  • EOTAS - Education Other Than At School - Your Thoughts

    We want to understand what young people who use the EOTAS service feel about the support they receive. This is not just about the teaching you receive from EOTAS, but about all the different people who might work with you to support you eg doctors, CYPS, social care etc. We want to use this information to understand what is working well and whether there are things we could be doing differently. More
    Closed 10 December 2021
  • Consultation on the proposal to amalgamate Seaton Sluice and Whytrig Middle Schools

    The Governing Body of the Seaton Valley Federation has asked Northumberland County Council to consult on a proposal to amalgamate Seaton Sluice and Whytrig Middle Schools on one site, together with Astley High School. We would like to hear your views on this proposal. This consultation document sets out the reasons why the Governing Body believes this proposal would bring significant benefits to students. As a parent/carer, member of staff or a member of the community, you may feel... More
    Closed 1 December 2021
  • Consultation on proposals for Atkinson House School

    Northumberland County Council is consulting on making changes to Atkinson House School and we would like to hear your views. Firstly, if you are a parent or carer of a young person currently on roll at Atkinson House, please be assured that these proposed changes will not affect your child’s place at the school or their transport entitlement to the school if they are eligible. As a parent/carer, member of staff or a member of the community, you may feel you will be impacted by... More
    Closed 1 December 2021
  • Hexham Hub: Business Survey

    The Hexham Hub was established in 2018 to bring together strategic partners in Hexham to ensure a cohesive approach to the development, prosperity and community of the town. Its purpose is to strive for a thriving retail, business, living, tourist and evening economy and to respect and uphold the town's history and heritage and it’s neighbourhood plan as it develops. More
    Closed 14 November 2021
  • Schools in the area covered by Berwick Partnership - Your Views

    One of Northumberland County Council’s key priorities is to enable every child living in the County to attend a good, local school. Part of the work to support this priority includes the provision of sound, suitable buildings in which school staff are able to effectively deliver the broad and balanced curriculum necessary for all children and young people to achieve to their full potential, no matter what their abilities. In order to support this priority in the area covered by Berwick... More
    Closed 22 October 2021
  • SEND Local Offer

    We are committed to providing up-to-date and relevant information on special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) services and the support on offer in Northumberland to children, young people, and their families. As part of this commitment, we are conducting a review of our SEND Local Offer – the website that holds all of that information and whether it does what it should do as it is now, or whether we should consider alternative options. The SEND Local... More
    Closed 16 October 2021
  • Health Visiting and School Nursing Services consultation

    Northumberland County Council and Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust are planning to enter into a partnership arrangement, aiming to link health visiting and school nursing services more closely with other services which support children and young people and their families in Northumberland. The two organisations are asking for views about what opportunities there are for closer joint working, and whether the proposed partnership is the best way to realise those... More
    Closed 15 August 2021
  • Northumberland Line - Palmersville Dairy level crossing

    The existing pedestrian level crossing known as ‘Palmersville Dairy’ currently connects the Bellway Industrial Estate to the south with the residential estates of Palmersville to the north along the route of the Forest Hall 5 Public Right of Way. The introduction of faster and more frequent trains on the Northumberland Line means that the existing level crossing will need to be closed for safety reasons, the proposed replacement pedestrian underpass provides a safe... More
    Closed 8 August 2021
  • Ashington Investment Plan

    We have launched a new survey and if you live, work, study, visit, or run a business in the town we encourage you to use this to have your say on developing plans for Ashington. More
    Closed 20 June 2021
  • Equality, diversity and inclusion consultation reopened

    Our Equality Objectives 2021 - 2025 Northumberland County Council is asking for your views on our new draft equality objectives. Objectives are the things we plan to do . These objec tives will guide our work for the next four years. When our objectives are agreed we will develop actions to help us monitor how we are doing. The objectives aim to help us to tackle inequality and achieve our vision to improve equality, diversity... More
    Closed 30 April 2021
  • Heart of Blyth

    Blyth is already a strong and resilient town and we know you have some great ideas on how to make it even stronger. We have the opportunity to receive up to £300,000 to take action together to help Blyth get even stronger and we need your ideas about how we can do this. The Heart of Blyth project is bidding for funding from the Health Fo​undation to take more action to create a stronger community. We know that living in a strong community affects all aspects of our lives from our... More
    Closed 25 April 2021
  • Equality, diversity and inclusion consultation

    Our Equality Objectives 2021 - 2025 Northumberland County Council is asking for your views on our new draft equality objectives. Objectives are the things we plan to do . These objec tives will guide our work for the next four years. When our objectives are agreed we will develop actions to help us monitor how we are doing. The objectives aim to help us to tackle inequality and achieve our vision to improve equality, diversity... More
    Closed 9 April 2021
  • Study opportunity survey: Blyth based Technical Welding & Fabrication Training Centre.

    Northumberland County Council wish to support young people and adults who aspire to develop skills and to work in technical roles within Welding, Fabrication, Pipe Fitting and Mechanical Engineering occupations. These skills are in demand in manufacturing, structural engineering and energy sectors. To allow this support to be provided, Northumberland County Council and Northumberland College are exploring the demand for a technical training facility to help you reach your... More
    Closed 19 March 2021
  • Consultation for Alnwick STEM Hub (a vision of Metrology Software Products LTD).

    Advance Northumberland is developing a feasibility study to assess the potential of establishing a STEM Hub in Alnwick. Current plans for the STEM Hub are based on the FabLab concept , providing workshop space for schools, individuals, clubs and community groups to access to explore and learn about different emerging technologies, such as 3D printing, satellite technology and artificial intelligence. The STEM hub would be focused on supporting the development of skills in... More
    Closed 12 March 2021
  • Active Through Football - Participants

    The Active Through Football programme aims to create a long-term change in the participant’s habits and attitude towards physical activity, the program will run alongside and compliment your pre-existing programmes. Changes to your lifestyle and attitudes to physical activity could be supported, encouraged and maintained, allowing you to sustain these changes. We would like to speak to you, as a potential participant, to allow us to understand how Active Through Football could work... More
    Closed 5 March 2021
  • Active Through Football - Leaders

    The Active Through Football programme aims to create a long-term change in the participant’s habits and attitude towards physical activity, creating a behaviour change towards physical activity. Running alongside and complimenting their pre-existing programmes, the changes to their lifestyle and attitudes to physical activity could be supported, encouraged and maintained, allowing them to sustain these changes. We would like to speak to you, as a provider, to help us understand how... More
    Closed 5 March 2021
  • Feeling Connected Feedback

    The Northumberland Communities Together: Feeling Connected webinar brought people together from across the voluntary sector to discuss how the county approaches loneliness and social isolation. This webinar is designed to celebrate the amazing work that is being done by organisations and communities across Northumberland and how they can be supported to build on it. The webinar featured a keynote speech from Olivia Field, Head of Health and Resilience Policy at the British Red Cross, as... More
    Closed 28 February 2021
  • VCS Infrastructure Support Consultation

    Thank you for taking the time to complete this short questionnaire. You have been contacted because you are a member organisation of NCVA; and as part of a review of how Northumberland County Council commissions supporting services for voluntary agencies in Northumberland we would like to understand more about the sector’s needs and the opportunities for development, in order that we work in the most effective way to support the development and delivery of a thriving and vibrant... More
    Closed 12 February 2021
  • Northumberland Line

    The Northumberland Line will bring passenger trains back into service between Ashington and Newcastle. It is a priority of both Northumberland County Council and North Tyneside Council and is supported by a number of key project partners, including the Department for Transport (DfT), Network Rail, Transport for the North (TfN) Nexus and Northern Rail. The Northumberland Line aims to stimulate and support economic growth, regeneration and community development in Northumberland and the... More
    Closed 14 December 2020
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