We regularly seek the views of local people on a wide range of topics and services throughout the year, such as:
- community safety consultations
- public transport consultations
- education and schools consultations
- leisure consultations
- libraries and culture consultations
- planning and regeneration consultations
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The council’s consultations database records all consultations carried out by or on behalf of the Central Bedfordshire Council.
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Central Bedfordshire Council is wants your views on its proposed Park Homes Fees Policy. The Council is required to publish this Policy which outlines proposed charges in relation to park home licensing fees.
You can read the Executive Summary (PDF 44KB), the full draft policy (PDF 76KB) or the consultation document (PDF 70KB) and then give us your feedback using the online form. The consultation runs from 9th December 2013 until 20th January 2014.
Central Bedfordshire Council is asking local residents, schools and parents to comment on the admission arrangements that are proposed for Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools from 2015/16.
Central Bedfordshire Council is asking residents to comment on the Arlesey Cross draft Master Plan. The consultation is open between 9 November and 16 December. There will also be public exhibitions during this period where residents can view and discuss the plans. You can view the plans and have your say online.
Central Bedfordshire Council is asking local residents and stakeholders to comment to on where they think changes are required to existing polling district boundaries and polling places and, where possible, to suggest alternative proposals.
The consultation will be open for comment between 21 October and 31 December, 2013. You can find out more and have your say on the review of polling districts and polling places 2013 online.
Superfast broadband could be winging its way to most of Central Bedfordshire and you can help by completing a survey to show just how much demand there is for the service.
Superfast broadband would mean people could download music, games and films more quickly, and websites would download faster too. And for businesses the service would boost opportunities to access global marketplaces and allow more companies to offer flexible working to employees. Please read the Joint Local Broadband Plan (PDF 991KB) (the JLBP) for more information.
Please take part in the survey online.